Silverwillow Studio produces adornments that speak to your soul, exude personality, and last for generations. There is something incredibly intimate about a piece of jewelry that you hold close to your body. Therefore, your jewelry should be a reflection of who you are and what you love.
Much of the jewelry in Silverwillow Studio is one-of-a-kind, and absolutely nothing is mass-produced. Owner and designer Erin Choi controls every aspect of the jewelry-making process from design to fabrication and holds herself to the highest standard of craftsmanship. Both traditional metalsmithing methods and modern technology, such as 3D printing, are used to create the pieces you see in Silverwillow Studio.
Erin loves the aspect of mixing the materials to make something visually appealing and make it enjoyable for everyday life. She is passionate about utilizing components found in nature, including different types of natural, undyed gemstones, and highlighting their unrefined beauty.
Because of her passion for nature, Erin ensures her gemstone suppliers carry conflict-free items, and she generally steers clear of lab-grown or dyed gemstones. Additionally, she recycles 100% of her scrap metal either in her studio or at the Los Angeles refinery.
In addition to fabricating unique pieces from beginning to end, Silverwillow Studio helps clients breathe new life into existing pieces by repurposing their gold and other materials. Erin is happy to design, fabricate, or recycle custom pieces that range from engagement pieces to heirloom jewelry and beyond.
About the Owner: Erin Choi, originally from South Korea, moved to the United States in 2006 to pursue her dream as a jewelry designer. Erin’s extensive knowledge of jewelry and metal arts, gemology, and ornamental engraving allow her to create fine jewelry pieces that are as extraordinary as the person wearing them.
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