Soulbuni Silversmiths

451 Main Street #6 | 530-903-3215
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Hours
Sun-Mon – 10:30am-6pm
Tue-Wed – Closed
Thu – 10:30am-6pm
Fri-Sat – 10:30am-7pm

In a world where everything is mass produced how can you distinguish between local made and made for the masses products? Soulbuni (pronounced Soul Bunny) Silversmiths prides itself on having a story behind each handmade piece of jewelry, the who, what and where of each item.

Soulbuni Silversmiths offers beginner to intermediate classes which are unlike most silversmithing classes. Each class is a based around project that will give you a finished piece and give you the knowledge and confidence to move on to the next more advance project.

What Soulbuni Silversmiths offers:

  • Artisan boutique featuring locally handmade jewelry and accessories
  • Jewelry arts studio, offering small intimate workshops; in just a few hours, you will walk away with a wonderful piece of jewelry made by YOU!
  • Custom Workshops: let Soulbuni Silversmiths customize a jewelry making class for your wedding party, birthday party or couples. With the help of an instructor, we will help you make something special to express your love and connection to each other
  • Have experience, but no tools or workspace? Rent studio time and receive guidance from instructor

 

Born and raised in Flagstaff, Arizona, Mandi grew up surrounded by Native American arts. Her grandmother and aunt were life-long collectors of Navajo and Hopi jewelry, paintings and pottery. Their love for these things grew on Mandi and she became a collector and creator as well. To her, a piece of turquoise is a thousand times more special than the fanciest diamond, and more rare.

In 2005, Mandi began silversmithing. With the help of her collection of old Native American books and influences of her childhood in Arizona, she taught herself to work in metals. Mandi is inspired by the history and origins of native materials and techniques, and she tries to translate that to her own work. “I like jewelry that is strong, has history and that can withstand changing times and trends. There is something about a heavy piece of silver or stone that absorbs the warmth and energy of it’s wearer that attracts me.”

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