Jewelry at the Frame & I
Adorn yourself or your loved ones with beautiful handmade jewelry from our gallery! You’re sure to delight in our unique jewelry offerings. Necklaces, earrings, and bracelets are all made by individual artisans. Ali Erickson brings her magical touch with a bit of ancient history to her chunky, colorful collection. MoMo glass has an upscale museum masterpiece feeling in delicate glass mosaic pieces. Other jewelry in sterling silver and copper from local artists Sharon Marzonie and Charis Lyon is also available to browse and enjoy. Handmade jewelry creations abound in glass, semi-precious stones, copper, silver and brass; all are beautiful, powerful and unique. Because they’re made individually by our jewelry artists, every piece is one of a kind. Our jewelry has a creative, artistic flair that all your friends are sure to admire! The selection is constantly changing, and new pieces get collected quickly… So don’t hesitate, come in and see our current jewelry selection at The Frame & I in beautiful downtown Prescott today!
Our Jewelry Artists
Ali Erickson of Sunrise Adornments
Ali Erickson is a world traveler, former school psychiatrist, and altogether creative spirit! Her bead work is curated from around the world. She incorporates the beautiful beads and pendants she finds into brand new, yet ancient feeling, jewelry pieces. She is a capable sterling silver artist and makes many of her own findings and clasps to add just the right finishing touch. Semi-precious stones, agates, antique trade beads – all find their homes in Ali’s chunky, colorful jewels.
Our MoMo glass earrings and pendants are exquisitely beautiful miniature masterpieces made of glass, wire and enamels. Reminiscent of modern artists’ work, these little gems are sure to delight the art and magic lovers in your life (maybe even you)!
Rosario Torres is of Argentine extraction, born in Tandil in the Province of Buenos Aires. She is a natural autodidact, gifted at picking up the rudiments of things and then improvising, innovating, and leaping into cross-over genres with her work. She learned the basics ofvitrofusion (glass fusing) in the workshop of a neighbor who taught classes nearby while living in Buenos Aires.
Edo Mor was born in Ramat Ha’Sharon in Israel and moved to the US at the age of nine. He met Rosario while backpacking in Spain, near Jaen in Andalucia. They began traveling together, were soon living together, and shortly after, began working together with glass. It was a love affair, a creative rapport, and a language intensive, all in one.
Their abundance of time spent on four different continents is visible in the work; their feelings and intuitions hover between hemispheres, the Old and New World. Just as important is their easy, willful departure into hermetic, inner worlds. They sometimes spend several days in the studio without leaving for longer than the time it takes for an evening walk.
Edo and Rosario married in 2004 and decided to settle in the US in late 2005. Amaya Torres Mor was born in the summer of 2011. Django Mor was born in the summer of 2013. They live in Western Massachusetts, in the village of Haydenville just outside the town of Northampton.