I want to live in a world where women support businesses that align with their values.
A world where women think about the impact they have on the world, educate themselves about the companies they support, and make intentional purchases.
I believe that a beautiful piece of jewelry is more than accessory.
It can have meaning. It can connect you to a memory of a time or place, and the person who made it.
You see the value in handmade items and the long-term value investing in high-quality jewelry meant to last, rather than buying what’s cheap and trendy.
I do too, and that’s why I make high-quality jewelry using recycled or reclaimed sterling silver as much as possible in my handcrafted jewelry designs.
Linkouture is minimalist eco-friendly jewelry for everyday wear.
It’s jewelry for women who care about surrounding themselves with items that have purpose and meaning.
My name is Bev Feldman and I’m the Chief Creative Officer at Linkouture. (That’s my fancy way of saying I design and handcraft each piece of jewelry here!)
There is beauty in owning something that was made by hand, and I take pride in each piece of jewelry I make.
I am committed to making jewelry I can stand behind and make sure I am confident about each piece of jewelry before I send it out to its new owner.
I started making jewelry as a hobby years ago and created my Etsy shop in 2012. After returning seven months later from a five-month untraditional honeymoon backpacking around South America with my husband, I looked for jobs but kept making my jewelry.
As I faced the challenges of finding a new job and began considering starting a family, I thought, “What if I grow my business while being a stay-at-home-mom?”
As the mom of a sweet daughter, Eve, and with number two on the way, having my jewelry business has allowed me the freedom to be the kind of parent I want to be. Spending time on creative activities can be therapeutic, and I love being able to spend so much of my time creating with my hands while also being home with my daughter.
I am committed to continuously educating myself on improving my jewelry-making techniques and processes to be even more environmentally friendly
In addition to using mostly recycled precious metals in my designs, I strive to ensure that other aspects of my business are green. I collect and recycle extra bits of metal, package, and mail the jewelry in eco-friendly/recycled packaging, and print materials on recycled/sustainable paper.
I also use my business as a way to give back, with four pieces of jewelry for a cause currently for sale. To date, I have donated several thousand dollars to various organizations that I feel do good work, including the ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, and One Fund Boston.
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