Statement handmade jewelry pieces, simplified.
Born from the hustle and bustle of New York City, Liz.beth Jewelry Co. is inspired by the colorful people on busy streets.
Each individual is unique, and the same can be said about every gemstone I use in my pieces. The unparalleled natural beauty in gemstones creates one-of-a-kind pieces that complete any look.
My name is Elizabeth (Liz.Beth) and I am the owner/designer/maker/guinea pig for Liz.beth Jewelry Co.
The name "Liz.Beth" actually comes from my husband. When he would say my name quickly, it almost sounded like Liz Beth and the name stuck! I love all things color and dedicate myself to creating jewelry I and my friends and family would wear.
I believe that simple, dainty designs make small details on each gemstone pop. It makes the details on the Rose Quartz more noticeable and the sparkle of the Herkimer Diamond catch the eye.
I love making special pieces for customers all over the world, but my favorite part is writing the handwritten “thank you” notes for each order. It is a personal connection with my clients and the hope to make them smile that I cherish the most.
Every piece is handcrafted by me in my home studio with my trusty assistant, Scarlet, a 6 y.o. Weimaraner. Together, we meticulously pick the perfect gemstones for each piece, and then craft jewelry that meets only our highest standards.
This duo spends our days fulfilling orders, handwriting notes, playing with new designs, searching for new gemstones, and forming relationships with their clients.
I believe in giving back and working to make a difference. Each time you purchase from Liz.Beth Jewelry Co, you are helping to end domestic violence through my Liz Cares program.
This program gives 1% of my profits to help support the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) and other agencies who support victims of domestic violence.
I am so lucky and thankful that people come to me for unique and one-of-a-kind pieces for the person that sparkles in their lives. Nothing makes me happier than hearing how much somebody really enjoys their piece or how much they appreciate the care I put into making jewelry. It makes all of the extra steps worth it.