Tim Pratt

Starting Global Pathways in 1996 gave me the unique opportunity to travel the world in search of gems, minerals, and unique products. Throughout my travels, I have realized that we are all pretty much the same. Our names, customs, and geography might be different, but deep down our desires, needs, and passions are all the same. I love meeting, talking, and developing friendships and ideas with new people. Cheers!

Molly Williamson

I appreciate all things quirky and natural. By making jewelry, I get to create pieces of wearable art. Like the person who made them, the pieces are unique and imperfect. What I love about handmade jewelry is that you get to hold it and understand the amount of care and emotions (be it love or frustration) that went into its creation. I am honored that people can relate to my pieces and choose them to express themselves or share with others.

Valerie Suplee DiFranco   I have spent the past ten years working and falling in love with vintage jewelry. There is an element of history and nostalgia in jewelry that I really appreciate. This is a fun job that I greatly enjoy doing. Whether it is helping design a client's unique engagement ring and wedding bands, resurrecting an heirloom piece to pass on to the next generation, or simply re knotting an old strand of pearls; we get to know a bit about people's lives through the items they treasure. It is an honor to be a part of that experience.

Valerie Suplee DiFranco

I have spent the past ten years working and falling in love with vintage jewelry. There is an element of history and nostalgia in jewelry that I really appreciate. This is a fun job that I greatly enjoy doing. Whether it is helping design a client's unique engagement ring and wedding bands, resurrecting an heirloom piece to pass on to the next generation, or simply re knotting an old strand of pearls; we get to know a bit about people's lives through the items they treasure. It is an honor to be a part of that experience.

Annika Rundberg   I have a decade of metalsmithing experience under my belt. In 2012 I received my B.F.A. in Metalsmithing and Jewelry from New Mexico State University, and studied at Arrowmont and Penland School of Crafts. I have taught jewelry at Stonybrook Fine Arts in Jamaica Plain, MA and Generator in Burlington, VT. I am lucky to work with a team of people that support, share, and push skills to the next level.

Annika Rundberg

I have a decade of metalsmithing experience under my belt. In 2012 I received my B.F.A. in Metalsmithing and Jewelry from New Mexico State University, and studied at Arrowmont and Penland School of Crafts. I have taught jewelry at Stonybrook Fine Arts in Jamaica Plain, MA and Generator in Burlington, VT. I am lucky to work with a team of people that support, share, and push skills to the next level.