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Susan Dyer

Susan Dyer’s jewelry pops with color. And that’s part of the design. “I spend a lot of time considering scale, wearability, color, function and versatility,” she says. Many of her pieces can be worn to show bright polymer clay patterns, or reversed to showcase the pattern in the silver backing. “Other pieces have multiple components that can be rearranged,” she continues, which allows the wearer multiple looks.

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Yummy & Company

"I’ve always loved jewelry,” says Jennifer Wilfong of Yummy & Company in Baltimore, Md. “I can remember making clover necklaces, crowns, bracelets and rings as a child.” Although she took a detour in college, studying painting at West Virginia University, and began her career as a painter who tackled large-scale dramatic pieces, it didn’t take much to convert Wilfong to jewelry.

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