Georgia Dale Griffiths started her career as a metalsmith at age 50. She thought she had retired for good at age 48 to travel the country with her husband, as full-time RVers. While traveling out west, Georgia discovered the semi-precious stone called Picture Jasper. She knew immediately that she would make jewelry from the beautiful stone. Her hobby quickly became a passion, which led Georgia back to college to study metalsmithing. Her love of nature is always part of her designs. Georgia prefers simple, clean lines, and she draws from the Delaware Valley where she lived most of her life, the eight years she lived on the Outer Banks of North Carolina and her many years touring the country as a full-time RVer.
Georgia currently shows her work at the Borrego Springs Art Institute,in Borrego Springs, CA. She frequently sells her work at farmers markets as she tours the country. You can contact Georgia if you see a piece you are interested in purchasing. Because she travels constantly, she never accepts commissions.