The birth of a jewelry maker

When I was just 12 or thirteen, I had the opportunity to live with my Aunt Jean for the summer to help out with her new twin babies. While there, I was given the enviable task of organizing her jewelry boxes. Aunt Jean is a stylish gal with a thing for colorful costume pieces, so as a youngster I was just dazzled! I also got to take all the broken and mismatched pieces home and try to ‘fix’ them. Hahaha! Anyway, this experience was the birth of a jewelry maker. I would not actually begin making jewelry until I was thirty-something, but I was forever changed.  – EG

See my work here : http://www.barbaraherndon.com

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