Our Unique Methods
Our Unique Methods
I hand-craft all my jewelry myself, using only hand tools and high quality silver and gold wire, but that’s not all!
One-of-a-Kind Designs
One-of-a-Kind Designs
All pieces Terri creates are one-of-a-kind originals. Treat yourself to something special.
Metaphysical Properties
Metaphysical Properties
In many cultures, gemstones have specific meanings, uses, and powers. What quality are you looking for?

 

 

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JUNE – CHANGE OVER TO SUMMERTIME!

JUNE – CHANGE OVER TO SUMMERTIME! June brings yet another "change of season", we transition into the quieter months; our real "down" time. The days get longer, and the afternoons really heat up! June is the beginning of our rainy season, so each afternoon (hopefully after 3pm) we can see some pretty wild thunderstorms roll…

MAY; SEASONS CHANGE AGAIN!

 MAY; SEASONS CHANGE AGAIN!  Well, here spring is not the only season change, May starts our "down time". Things get a little quieter, a little slower, and a lot hotter! I still have four markets a week for May, but that's instead of 5 or 6. The snowbirds have all gone home, so traffic is…

APRIL IS A REAL GEM!

  APRIL IS A REAL GEM! April has a birthstone of a DIAMOND! How can you not LOVE a month that revolves around diamonds? Remember, diamonds are a girl's best friend! I have diamond impregnated grinding wheels and diamond sintered saw blades, so I like to tell people I don't wear my diamonds, I wear them…

Welcome to Terri's Treasures!

At Terri’s Treasures I offer unique and affordable gemstone jewelry; I saw, cut, and polish the gemstones myself, then I wrap sterling silver or 14ktgf wire around them, therefore, each piece is completely handcrafted, and truly a “one-of-a-kind”. Each piece is “tagged” with its own identification number, because no two pieces are exactly alike. Pieces are subject to availability. With a wide price range and a large selection of materials, there is sure to be a treasure for everyone!

It all started in the third grade with a chapter on “rocks and minerals”, in science. The class took a field trip to to a local “rockhound’s” workshop. He explained the tumble polish method and showed us his vast collection of gems. On the way out we each got to choose a polished stone to keep; I still have mine.

That was it, I was hooked! On my next report card I got straight “A”s and was rewarded with my first (of many) real rock tumbler! Dad built us a workshop in the basement; and stones have been my passion ever since.

Thank you for visiting with me, I hope you enjoy exploring my treasures as much as I enjoy creating them!