Emily’s is a jewelry collection that intentionally combines classic elements with expressive forms.  Every piece is designed and handmade in NW Arkansas by me, Emily. I have a commitment to quality materials, environmental sustainability, and artistry. Everyday can be a special occasion and the small details of our lives can be special too. Thank you for supporting a small, woman run business! 

Heirloom Philosophy 

Together we can work against fast fashion. Jewelry should not be disposable. I embrace the idea of heirlooms: things we treasure and pass on. Items can be containers for stories. Passing down jewelry as heirlooms is a way to embrace what matters most to us: the people, places, and memories we treasure. These stories are compelling. Our jewelry is an expression of our embodiment. 

Quality Materials 

The pieces you buy from Emily’s are all made from 12K or 14K gold fill or sterling silver. These materials are both generally hypoallergenic and are comfortable to wear all day. A more affordable alternative to solid gold, gold fill lasts much longer than gold plated. 


Materials are sourced with sustainability in mind. Materials are recycled whenever possible. Emily’s is committed to reducing waste throughout each step of the production process. Every order is shipped without plastic. 


Every piece you buy from Emily’s is designed and made in my studio in NW Arkansas. Each handmade piece may differ slightly.

Free Repairs

If your jewelry breaks for any reason, I will repair it for free. If it cannot be repaired I will recycle the materials and replace the item. Questions? Email me at

About Emily

Hello! Emily here! I’m the designer, artisan, and business woman behind Emily’s. When I’m not working on this project you can find me cooking delicious meals, reading every book I can get my hands on, tending my many plants, listening to podcasts, wandering around outside, or talking someone’s ear off. I am currently working on masters in Library and Information Science and teach English as a second language to elementary students.