CRAFTSMANSHIP

Our current collections are designed in California and manufactured with our teams in South Korea and China. We've worked with our main manufacturing team for years now. It's important to us to know and trust the team making our jewelry. They are skilled in their craft that we are delighted to have as part of our team!

In regards to materials, most of our jewelry has .2 microns of 14k recycled gold plating, a layer of palladium + an additional protective coating for long lasting protection.

SUSTAINABILITY

We're constantly trying to challenge our industry. Even though we're small, we know we can create big impact.

One of our favorite initiatives is our plantable earring cards; you can literally just through them in the ground and they'll grow!

We purposefully partner with manufacturing teams that can produce small batches that create less waste.

We currently partner with suppliers who use recycled gold.Our shipping packaging is made of compostable cardboard.

GIVING BACK

We've always believed in giving back to our under servced communities in our local community and abroad. Here are some non profits we're passionate about and have donated a portion of our sales to:

The Marjaree Mason Center

Black Girl Ventures

Step Up Womens Network

Friends of UNFPALA LGBT Center

Love Does

OUR STORY

"We have here only five loaves of bread and two fish," they answered. "Bring them here to me," he said. And he directed the people to sit down on the grass. Taking the five loaves and the two fish and looking up to heaven, he gave thanks and broke the loaves. Then he gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the people. They all ate and were satisfied, and the disciples picked up twelve basketfuls of broken pieces that were left over." Matthew 14:18-21a

We're reminded often that in the grand scheme of things, we have little to give. This story of five loaves and two fish reminds me that even though we have little to give, God can do a lot with it.

MEET BRI

In 2010, my husband bought me some crystals on our annual family trip to Alaska and suggested I make some jewelry with them. With some glue and rocks, five and two was born. Through out the years I learned different skills including soldering until finally I decided to out source to our trusted manufacturing teams.

Something has always remained a constant is to always try to do better for our customers and our team. Quite plainly, I don't want to sell sh*t to people. I want to create beautiful pieces of jewelry that last.

 

PS I don't usually look like this, you can def catch me in sweats and a messy bun. 

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