About our Jewelry
The jewelry we make is special. Every piece is hand made by us using our unique design and style. All of our pieces are created as either unique one off pieces or made in very small quantities. Because everything is custom, some minor variations from our pictures is to be expected from any piece that there is more than one of. To craft our jewelry we utilize a wide range of techniques, from metal stamping, to resin work, to forging in silver clay. We do take special requests, such as personalized gifts or even bridal jewelry. Just send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work out the details!
The Dynamic Duo
Partners in Charms is the mother-in-law, daughter-in-law team of Kathleen Gallant and Stefanie Kellenberger.
When we first began designing jewelry together, we had so much fun that we felt like we were “partners in crime.” So we changed it up and became Partners In Charms, and it is almost illegal how much fun we have designing and selling our jewelry! Currently in a number of stores in Ohio, the demand for our unique adornments has inspired us to create our website so that discerning women everywhere could have access to our creations. We believe that every woman is unique and deserves jewelry that reflects her individualism. Quality and craftsmanship form the underlying foundation of everything we create.
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Stefanie is a 6th grade Language Arts teacher, and resides in London, Ohio with her husband, Kevin. She grew up in Mansfield, Ohio and graduated from Lexington High School. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Capital University, and her Master’s degree from Ashland University. Soon after marrying Kevin—Kathy’s son—Stefanie began making jewelry along with Kathy, and before long Partners in Charms was formed. These days Stefanie loves spending time learning new techniques, and does all of Partners In Charms' metal stamping and resin work.
Kathy received her undergraduate degree from Ohio University in textiles, design, and business. She later used her expertise to open a fine fabrics shop with her mother in Old Worthington, Ohio. When her mother decided to retire, Kathy went on to pursue graduate work in textiles and clothing at The Ohio State University, where she taught textile courses and became the Coordinator of Fieldwork Experience. Although health issues forced Kathleen into an early retirement from teaching, she found great joy in creating once again, only now with baubles and beads!