There’s something magical and uniquely engaging about jewelry artist Sara Crisci’s work, as if it’s destiny fulfilled. In the house of Serrelynda’s Enchantment, she creates fashion statement cuff bracelets, earrings, and necklaces that are limited in production but lasting in quality, always mindful that she’s crafting an investment for her clients.
Serrelynda’s Enchantment is a nod to Sara’s given name (Saralinda) as well as literary lore around the name that Sara has found moving. Drawing her design inspiration from nature, legend, and myth, Sara’s work incorporates Neo-Victorian and Steampunk motif. She uses thick, solid brass and sterling silver plated brass, made in the United States, to build her pieces. She’s also a fan of incorporating Czech glass, gunmetal, antique buttons, and repurposed vintage items. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in San Francisco, Sara makes a bold statement with her work.
Sara looks forward to debuting her new line of unisex belt buckles at LVCreative’s inaugural popUP Shop at the Adorations Botanical Artisty studio on April 18th. This will be Sara’s first in-person event, for which she is excited. “This is such a different venue from a craft show or fair,” shared Sara. “I am inspired by the opportunity.”