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3800 Hundred Oaks Ave
Baton Rouge, LA, 70808

Elizabeth Martin started making jewelry at the end of 2013.  Her initial purpose for creating jewelry was to help her son with his medical costs for cancer treatment. It was her way of finding light in the darkness, hence the name for her shop, FIREFLY.   She has taken  private metal smithing classes but her concrete work has been primarily trial and error and self taught.  She prefers a minimalistic aesthetic and simple form.  She likes to experiment with different materials, especially raw materials such as concrete and metals.

Elizabeth draws inspiration from contemporary and modern architecture.  

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Welcome to Firefly Jewelry - Finding Light in the Darkness

FIREFLY FAVORITES: THE ELEANOR CUFF MEDIUMSOLEIL NECKLACELUZ EARRINGSPETITE LUNE NECKLACEMEIRA EARRINGS

My name is Elizabeth Martin. This is my story of how I found light in the darkness. My jewelry making career began as a therapeutic endeavor in 2013 during an early retirement. My mother and son both had significant health complications at the time and my focus needed to be with them. My son was undergoing chemotherapy for cancer at a young age and my mom passed away after a battle with her illness. Mom was an artist all her life and following her death I felt something inside pulling me toward the arts - maybe it was her nudging me on the right path to channel her creative spirit. I listened. 

 

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NECKLACES

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RINGS

 
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CUFFS

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EARRINGS

 

COLLECTIONS

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My name is Elizabeth Martin.

This is my story of how I found light in the darkness.

My jewelry making career began as a therapeutic endeavor in 2013 during an early retirement. My mother and son both had significant health complications at the time and my focus needed to be with them. My son was undergoing chemotherapy for cancer at a young age and my mom passed away after a battle with her illness. Mom was an artist all her life and following her death I felt something inside pulling me toward the arts - maybe it was her nudging me on the right path to channel her creative spirit. I listened. 

 
 
 
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