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Acute Triangle Necklace

Mixed Metal.  Formed and forged Sterling and Gold Fill triangle on 18-inch chain. Triangles are not fixed in place and can move freely.

Hadena Necklace

Formed and forged 5-tier gradient circles. Available in all Gold Fill or all Sterling Silver.  18-inch long chain.  Clasps are gold fill or sterling silver lobster.   Pendant 2-2/8 x 1.5 inches

Little Rainbow Necklace

14KT Gold pendant and chain is 17 inches.

Tidal Necklace 

Formed and forged pendants with 14 KT Gold Fill or Sterling Silver metal and chain. 4.5 x 2 inches.

Handmade by L. Greenwalt Jewelry in Portland, Oregon.

L. Greenwalt Jewelry was founded in Portland, Oregon in 2012. Lauren Greenwalt, native to Colorado but a Portlander at heart, has had a life-long love affair with color and texture. An imaginative, artistic child born into an artistic family, painting and drawing were always second nature to her. She realized one day that a three-dimensional medium was a better fit for her creative urges. Jewelry design comes naturally as the perfect medium, in that it allows her to combine a love of classic elegance with playful, quirky symmetry. In 2018, L. Greenwalt was able to welcome the very talented Kieron Thomas, making L.Greenwalt Jewelry a wife and husband team. Designer / Maker, Lauren Greenwalt and Co-Owner / Maker / Artist, Kieron Thomas. Inspiration for L.Greenwalt Jewelry stems strongly from the geometric motifs of the Art Deco era and the sensuous fluidity of Art Nouveau creations. Each piece incorporates nuances from the past—but with a new twist.