Jazzy Jewelz By Nancy
Simply known as Nancy, there’s nothing simple about her designs. Featuring custom jewelry for brides and others, Nancy takes pride in making each piece as unique as the customer. Working with gemstones from around the world, Nancy creates breathtaking pieces that inspire, from the bracelet on the arm of the jewelry collector to the earrings crafted for the blushing bride. The Casual to Sophisticated collection includes original works of art in ceramic, natural woods, and sterling silver, among other materials; as always, shipping is safe and secure.
Zanzibar Tribal Art
1731 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
Just because you want handmade, that doesn’t necessarily mean local. How about a gift with a truly international flair? At Zanzibar Trading that’s exactly what you’ll find. With gifts from around the world, including art from Africa, Asia, and South America, Zanzibar is a truly unique destination for fair trade and handmade items. Shop online or at the store, located minutes from the heart of Sacramento, or make an appointment for your one-on-one consultation. Whether you’re a serious collector or just someone with an interest in distinctive items from around the world – look no further.
As it turns out, the best place to buy handmade items in Sacramento isn’t a place at all. Search “Sacramento” at http://www.etsy.com, the newest way to shop locally, and you’ll find everything your heart desires and more. Handmade clothing, jewelry, art, and cosmetics abound. Here you can find funky handmade hats from Punte Bella. Made from organic fibers, Punte Bella was started by a former elementary teacher who returned to her first love after the birth of her children. Now, she lovingly crafts hats for children from the best materials found anywhere. You’ll also find Murphy and Gert. Named for an adopted cat and dog, Murphy and Gert offers “cool goods for lucky pets,” including beds, collars, artwork, and more! Looking for clothing? Try Mimisdresshop, where you’ll find quality handmade clothing for children.
– Steve Hartsoe