You've discovered a unique collection of artisan jewelry by Wendy Stauffer. 

My twin backgrounds in biology and design lead to the work that you see here. My work often explores leaf and petal motifs and the rhythmic rise-and-fall wave patterns found in nature. While freeform and organic, the creations are tempered by an underlying nod to structure and balance. The juxtaposition of raw and organic with delicate and romantic accents is another often expressed theme.

As a jewelry artisan, I often apply wire wrapping to traditional metalsmithing techniques--a unique and original application of wire wrapped fringe accents to bezel set stones allows for movement and color play.

Since 2005, I've designed and created every piece that has left the studio and joined the collections of women around the world.

Always learning and evolving, please check back often for new work and ideas. To get in touch, please drop a line at wendy@wendystaufferjewelry.com



Nicolás Estrada (Editor), Barbara Schmidt (Preface), Helen Britton (Preface), New Bracelets: 400+ contemporary jewellery designs,  January 2021.

"A Thousand Facets Asks You to Vote" jckonline.com, October 2020.

"Meet Wendy Stauffer of Fuss Jewelry and her Flirty Fringe Aesthetic" JenniferHeebner.com, 1.10.2020

@athousandfacets, instagram, May 6, 2019, Dec 24, 2010

Silver Belles, Bridal Guide, Sept/Oct 2008

Lara's Pick, Southern Weddings, Premier Issue 2009