Dorothy N Hubbard
Dot Boo’s Handcrafted Jewelry offers collections of distinctive handcrafted jewelry including beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces designed to set the wearer apart from the crowd. Jewelry designer, Dorothy Hubbard’s evocative creations and compelling designs are artfully rendered in sterling silver, fine silver, 14K gold-filled wire, 14K – 24K gold and copper, giving the metal a new style sensibility. Dorothy, DotBoo for short, is a true self-taught artist, having over 25 years of experience, creating unique pieces, from glamorous, geometric art deco pieces to nature inspired works.
“..Geometric shapes are my inspirations with their simplicity which is very beautiful to me, that is why I use it as my signature. (Egyptian Spiral)….”
In August of 2010, Dot decided to expand on her knowledge of metal smithing. She studied under the tutelage of renowned jewelry designer Jay Sharpe, emerging inspired and infused with a new level of creativity to go along with her found smithing knowledge. Taking a special interest in silverersmithing, casting, and wire wrapping, Dotboo loves to expand on her jewelry designing abilities, constantly evolving her collections.
“Each year, one of my main goals is to reinvent a totally new and different line of jewelry within my own style. Not only does this keep me excited about making jewelry, but I think my customers appreciate it as well.”
Dot makes a point to have a variety of jewelry designs that every one can connect with. So whether you like very elegant jewelry or prefer a more natural piece, chances are you’ll find something that catches your eye. Whether classic or contemporary, Dot Boo’s Handcrafted Jewelry offers designs created from hand-picked materials all carefully selected by Dorothy Hubbard.each piece is unique, meticulously handcrafted, and made from top-quality materials. A handmade necklace, bracelet, or pair of earrings makes a great gift for a friend or loved one, but especially for yourself. Thank you for looking..
“..To me a successful creation is in the joy of the wearer..”