How It's Made
Gogo Ferguson spends her time on Cumberland taking walks to find her inspiration. She will often find shell and bone washed along the scenic coastline. Skeletons from snakes long gone and the armor from an armadillo are found in the islands untouched forests. Where others would see an end, Gogo sees a beginning. Finding beauty and patterns in the various parts of nature at the end of their life cycles. Taking the bone and shells she finds, she transforms nature into wearable art.
Our sterling silver, gold, and vermeil items are made using a process called Lost Wax Casting. By making a mold in this way, Gogo is able to grab every detail she can to best capture the beauty that nature has provided. Once cast in the metal they are turned into earrings, pendants, enhancers, and whatever else Gogo imagines; Her way of honoring the nature and the island she loves so much.
Gogo takes time to find each individual piece her jewelry is inspired and molded after. Nothing is harvested and no animals are harmed in the process of making Gogo Jewelry. Our goal is to honor nature, not take away from it.