The creation of Krisitna Collection jewelry begins in the Czech Republic and Germany, and it is completed at their studio in Woodstock, Georgia
We use a combination of memory wire and metal components in our jewelry, which are made from Tombac, a brass alloy containing copper and zinc. Each wire is cut and formed by hand and the pieces are then soldered together.
The wire and metal components are available in four coatings. The most popular coating is black enamel. Other coatings offered, include silver, a gold finish, and bronze, which is a patina finish over copper.
The jewelry features both Czech and German glass beads. These beads undergo many processing steps before they become the unique beads that are specific to our jewelry. These steps include heating glass and pressing it into molds, cutting and polishing, and adding a frosted finish using a tumbler with sand and water. Due to the nature of glass, our beads may vary slightly in color, shape, and size.