We're the Peisingers
Transformation intrigues me - be it in a person, place or thing. Having a career as a holistic interior designer and a feng shui consultant, I experienced the wonders of transformation both in the personal lives of my clients and also in their environments. The process is similar to that of the journey of a butterfly, which transforms from an innocuous creature to one of splendor and, at times, unimaginable beauty.
This is what I experience when I work with metals. In my studio, sterling silver and copper sheets and wire just stare at me, just waiting to be transformed. I am amazed each and every time I start cutting, hammering and reaching for another tool - and then voila. In front of me is a piece of jewelry that speaks volumes. I try to infuse aesthetic balance in each piece of jewelry, striving to make each piece a showstopper. Marye Brenda
We design jewelry to be every woman's foundation of sophisticated elegance and timeless style. Creativity and quality come first, not at the expense of price. We strive to be a destination for creative high quality, handcrafted jewelry.
Our handmade jewelry is created for you by Marye Brenda and Joseph Peisinger. We are the husband and wife team behind Marye Brenda Jewelry. We take great pride in creating meaningful jewelry We can often be found in our studio with Teddy, our furry family member.
* I bought an inflatable 2 person kayak and then decided to travel to Georgia, South Carolina and Florida - notorious for alligators. Okay then, may pack the non-inflatable kayaks!
* I love inspirational quotes - Joseph listens when I read them to him....
* Joseph is forever trying to suggest changes to my designs. Some work, others are gently ignored.
* We love traveling in the RV. Joseph drives, and Teddy and I navigate, sometimes loudly. P.S.: Don't always believe Google Maps.
~ Marye Brenda
Our Way of giving back - The Compassionate Friends
They Saved My Life
….and I want to give back so that they are there to save the life of another surviving parent. Our 19 year old son died in an automobile accident, and I felt I couldn’t breathe - let alone walk. I sat in the car on the parking lot at my first Compassionate Friends meeting watching parents whose children died walk into the building. I didn’t understand how they could do that, because I felt that I couldn’t take my next breath. But with the help of our 15 year old daughter, we got out of the car, and walked into that building for our first meeting. - Marye Brenda
We send 10% of gross sales each month to The Compassionate Friends so that they can help others survive when their child dies. The Compassionate Friends is a national organization that provides grief support after a child dies. If you know of someone who might need their help, please check out the website for them at www.compassionatefriends.org, or to send a special donation. Thank You.