Meet The 2013 Halstead Grant Top 10 Finalist: Symbology

With inspiration from cultures found around the world, Alice Scott is tapping into her symbolic designs a piece at a time!

North Carolina jewelry designer, Alice Scott, began making jewelry at the young age of 6 years old, painting pumpkin faces on brooches to sell during Halloween. From that moment on she was hooked, attending the Rhode Island School of Design for Jewelry and Metalsmithing. Honing her techniques, she studied cultures from around the world implementing their symbols into her own creations, thus Symbology by Alice Scott was born.

Alice Scott: Globe Necklace“Each piece is meant to help each person who wears it feel connected to something mysterious, ancient, and bigger than herself.”

Alice Scott: Cascade BraceletSymbology by Alice Scott can be found at events and fine galleries from  coast to coast with her jewelry for sale online at Etsy with prices starting at $24.

The grant sponsor, Halstead, is one of North America’s leading distributors of jewelry supplies. The firm is celebrating their 41st anniversary this year. Halstead specializes in wholesale findings, chain, tools and metals for jewelry artists.


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