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A real passion for history and architecture inspire my jewelry. Thick rings, wide bracelets and forged chains connect the wearer to an ancient, romantic world. 

photography:  James Hull


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These comfortably dangerous, slightly edgy works, stand out from the crowd with confidence. The symmetry of repeated arches, forged armor studs and intricate tracery continue a tradition used for centuries to impress. Blade forms and battlements that once protected castles now guard fingers and accent necklines.

2024   Show   Calendar

March 15th -17th  American Craft Council Baltimore Marketplace, Baltimore, MD

Booth #245


May 25th - 27th  Paradise City Northampton, Northampton , MA

Booth #510

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July 5th - 7th   Cherry Creek Arts Festival, Denver, CO

Booth# TBA


September 13th - 15th. Fall Crafts at Lyndhurst, Tarrytown, NY

Booth # TBA


December 13th - 15th. Holiday CraftMorristown, Morristown, NJ

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Cisterns of la Malga - Zaghouan Aqueduct, Tunis (Ancient Carthage)

Travel, Archive, Reviews and Awards


N515 Palma Forged Necklace

N515 Palma Necklace, hand forged and riveted solid Sterling silver

"Donna Veverka’s passion for architecture does not translate to the mere replication of famous buildings. She has developed an iconography of place with the human at its center. Hands will transport impossible aqueducts and domed chapels, the chest will have the structure of a stain glass window at its heart, ears have fragmented columns swinging from their lobes. At once Place, Space and Talisman, the objects she creates are resolutely permanent in an impermanent world." - EVD

I'm in a MAJOR Book!! Cast Art and Objects
by Jen Townsend and Renée Zettle-Sterling

Architectural Adventures: Tunis, Paris, Rome,
& Toledo


A Visit to Florence's Stibbert Museum, and recent adventures in Italy

In May last year Donna had a chance to finally visit the famous Stibbert Museum and the mind-boggling armor collection housed in the amazing Palazzo in the hills above Florence, Italy. The works just added to the website (pictured left and below) demonstrate how ironwork and the craftsmanship of Medieval and Renaissance Italian artisans continue to inspire her studio practice.

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