Tarpon Springs, FL, August 15, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- All Wired Up Jewelry made announcement today of the company’s introduction of custom, handcrafted pieces, unique from any other piece in the company’s product line, by master jeweler Karen Tuttle.
Karen Tuttle, a master jewelry designer and an expert in the field of wired jewelry, has begun creating one-of-a-kind pieces, never again to be duplicated by the company. The pieces are extremely detailed to be worn as the focal point of a woman’s clothing. Most recently, Tuttle introduced the design of her newest piece, Abalone Paradise, handcrafted with recycled, 14-karat gold-filled wire and colorful, eye-catching, Abalone shell.
The All Wired Up Jewelry line is based on the designs created by Ms. Tuttle. Each piece of jewelry, including those from their wide selection of earrings, necklaces and pendants, is created as a piece of wearable art. Using concepts that set themselves apart from other sculpted jewelry designs, Tuttle directs the company’s designers on their attention to detail through the use of recycled gold or silver wire, coupled with Swarovski crystals, gemstones and other materials in meticulously putting together each and every pendant, necklace and pair of earrings by hand.
“It’s this handcrafted technique that sets All Wired Up Jewelry apart from other jewelry designers,” Tuttle recently stated. “This uniqueness creates appeal to women of all ages . No one will ever own a piece exactly like another’s piece of jewelry, because each piece is made to be its own work of art.”
All Wired Up Jewelry appeals to individuals with any fashion style, as Karen lends a feminine touch to the designs, while Mark Tuttle, Karen’s husband, relies on his engineering background in bringing the contemporary designs to life. All Wired Up Jewelry is light and elegant, using recycled, 14-karat gold-filled and sterling silver wire with no adhesives in the design process. The company also uses no equipment when designing the jewelry, and rarely uses electricity or other energy sources in their screened workroom that’s partially outdoors.
For more information on the new Abalone Paradise necklace or other All Wired Up products, or to request a high resolution photo of the Abalone Paradise necklace, please contact Jessica Burfield at Libra Design and Media, 608-577-9337.