Amy Stein-Hansen
Ashlee Cowles
Carol Murray Jewelry
Cindy McSurely
Deborah Crandell
Diane Frederick
Elizabeth Calcutt
Greta Bolger
Heather Harris-Brady
Helen Grove
Holly Polich
Ian Jones
Ingrid Andrews
Jim Young
Joe Thatcher Thatcher
Judy Zorn
Julie Avery
Kate Korroch
Kristi Wodek
Laura Quackenbush
Laurie Sears
Leslie Donaldson
Linda Gits
Lora Frankel
Lisa Ventimiglio
Marcia Conlon
Mark Bowyer
Mary Dye
Megan Holtrey
Melanie Olsen
Melissa Johnson
Mercedes Michalowski
Molly Thompson
Helen Raica-Klotz
Raizel Coiman
Renee Hintz
Sharon Hubbard
Sharon Mick McAuley
Tamara Hoffbauer
Tami Maisel
Terry Beamsley
Tim Sparling Sparling
Ginny Hawkins
Walter J. Lee
William Lindemann
Yvonne Sage

Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology

H. Eleanor Jones

My love for beautiful jewelry started in my grandma’s jewelry box. I have fond memories of being a kid playing dress-up at her house wearing probably two pounds of her vintage costume jewelry at once. I gasp thinking of the gorgeous vintage jewelry that I simply lost in the grass while playing outside!

Years ago I started making my own jewelry, after being unable to find just the right pieces I wanted to wear. My adventure into the world of silversmithing allows me to create jewelry with torch and hammer, and I love the dichotomy of a beautiful shiny piece of jewelry against the dust and tools it rises from. My grandma’s influence comes through in the Art Deco and Mid Century Modern style of many of my pieces. I like to create unique designs for today’s woman with a nod to retro style. Part of my collection features “intention” jewelry, rings and bracelets which I hand-stamp with empowering intention words. I play with kinetic designs: most of my earrings have movement, and a staple of my collection is the “fidget ring,” which features discs that spin. I also like to incorporate vintage elements and upcycled materials where I can in an elegant way. Each piece is hand crafted by me, and given a name that suits her personality. The artisan nature of the collection means that each piece will have slight variances that make it a unique keepsake.

I enjoy the time I spend creating these pieces, from the search for beautiful foundation elements to the design and construction of the finished products. Having pretty things around us makes us feel good, and I hope you will feel beautiful wearing my jewelry.

Strong women deserve singular jewelry.

h. eleanor

Our Members


Charlevoix Circle of Arts

Crosshatch Center for Art & Ecology

Dennos Museum Center

Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts

Good Hart Artist Residency

Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra

Leelanau Historical Society

Michigan Legacy Art Park

National Writers Series


Traverse City Dance Project

Glen Arbor Arts Center

Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum

Jordan River Arts Council

Mash-Up Rock & Roll Musical

City Opera House

Benzie Historical Society

Harbor Springs Festival of the Book

Downtown Development Authority

The Historic Vogue Theatre of Manistee

Northport Art Association

Voices Without Borders

Blissfest Music Organization

Raven and Lotus LLC

Traverse City Arts Commission

Crooked Tree Arts Center

Up North Arts

Cadillac Visitors Bureau

Parallel 45 Theatre Festival

Old Town Playhouse

Twisted Fish Gallery

Interlochen Center for the Arts

Traverse Symphony Orchestra

Rachael Harrell – Drama Kids

The Croft Residency

Drama Kids – Rachael Harrell

Michigan Museums Associations Scholarships & Conference


Gary Gatzke

Ian Jones

Jim Young

Kristi Wodek

Mark Bowyer

Mary Gillett

Megan Heator

Molly Thompson

Renee Hintz

Susan Wenzlick

Ted Alan

Greta Bolger

Edward Kocher

Nick Walsh

Heather Harris-Brady

Monica Stokes

Amanda Kik

Mercedes Michalowski

Sharon Hubbard

Leslie Donaldson

Elizabeth Calcutt

Maia Hausler

Becky Lancaster

Linda Dewey

Melissa Johnson

Daniel Stewart

Walter J. Lee

Michelle Bien

H. Eleanor Jones

Tom Kaufmann

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