The Fairy Collection

The Fairy Collection

Pointy little ears. Gossamer wings. Darling little details. Yes, it's the Catie Raymond Fairy Collection, just in time for summer! We are absolutely in love with the inspirational Fairy necklaces, the Fairy wing earrings, and the oh-so-sweet Fairy Babies. Not to mention the fairy silhouette night light (which also makes an amazing garden accessory. Check it all out here!

In the media: The Orillia Times interviews Catie Raymond about her one-of-a-kind steampunk jewelry

In the media: The Orillia Times interviews Catie Raymond about her one-of-a-kind steampunk jewelry

The Orillia Times' Roberta Bell interviewed Catie Raymond, during the lead up to the annual All Things Steampunk, and got a lesson in the steampunk movement. Here's what Bell had to say... Each time she takes apart an old clock to find parts she can repurpose in her jewelry making, Catie Raymond is blown away by the intricacy of its design. “It freaks me out that they actually made these kinds of things so long ago,” laughed the Coldwater-based salvage artist, who has made a career out of turning the old into new again...

New Bracelet Designs from Catie Raymond - now available online!

New Bracelet Designs from Catie Raymond - now available online!

There's a reason Catie Raymond's designs have such a loyal following - they are as eclectic as they are gorgeous! Found in high-end boutiques across the nation like The Old Tin Shed (which was awarded Canadian retailer of the year), Catie Raymond's jewelry designs are getting more and more attention as people continue to fall in love with the whimsical, luxurious and expertly crafted pieces of wearable art. 

In the media: Catie Raymond's steampunk jewelry featured in 'The Toronto Star'

In the media: Catie Raymond's steampunk jewelry featured in 'The Toronto Star'

Andrea Gordon from the Toronto Star sat down with Catie Raymond last fall, and had this to say... "Catie Raymond has always had an eye for beauty in the most unlikely places. She spots it in the innards of old watches, bits from a plumber’s tool box and old copper wire. Then she transforms the junk into jewelry... Raymond, 52, fashions bracelets from copper plumbing chains, ribbon and old charms. At her studio in Coldwater near Orillia, she also creates one-of-a-kind necklaces adorned with antique keys, faded beads and gears from mechanical watches..."