Living in the Michigan woods, silversmith Betsy Lehndorff has been making jewelry for 12 years and creates innovative, well-made pieces. Sterling silver fern leaves, ants, and frogs are combined with freshwater pearls and local gemstones, culminating in a style that is a solid seller at two high-end galleries.
Betsy also is a frequent contributor to Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist, which has published her work since 2010.
Spider Collar, 2019
Brooch -- aquamarine and moonstone, 2008
Sleeping Beauty Truquoise and Jet collar, 2010