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About Lori

LOLiDE (pronounced low-lih-day)

Lori Linkous Devine

I’ve been in business for over 10 years and have hundreds of happy customers. But don’t just take my word for it. You can find out what they have to say here:

Google ReviewsWedding Wire

Lori Linkous Devine

I’ve been in business for over 10 years and have hundreds of happy customers. But don’t just take my word for it. You can find out what they have to say here:

Etsy ReviewsWedding Wire

In Case You Were Curious

I’ve been making things with my hands since I can remember. I was raised in semi-rural Virginia by Depression-era grandparents. My grandfather, never one to throw anything away kept what we referred to as the “junk room.” This was my supply closet, the place where I got all of the materials for my many projects. From leftover rug remnants and house paint, to old pieces of tire.  While I now have access to more tools and materials, I still find that sometimes the greatest catalyst for creativity is circumscription.

My work uses a combination of organic and industrial shapes with a sculptural focus. With a background in printmaking and a love of architecture, I have come to see jewelry-making as a type of sculpture that allows me to incorporate both these aesthetics. I try to make every creation a small work of art, even down to the clasps and ear wires which are designed to add to the overall beauty of each piece.

I find inspiration in the intersection of light and dark, order and chaos, natural vs. industrial —  things that connect my Virginia childhood with my new home in Seattle. I try to reflect this feeling of time, movement, and unexpected beauty in my designs; a marriage of my past and present.

In Case You Were Curious

I’ve been making things with my hands since I can remember. I was raised in semi-rural Virginia by Depression-era grandparents. My grandfather, never one to throw anything away kept what we referred to as the “junk room.” This was my supply closet, the place where I got all of the materials for my many projects. From leftover rug remnants and house paint, to old pieces of tire.  While I now have access to more tools and materials, I still find that sometimes the greatest catalyst for creativity is circumscription.

My work uses a combination of organic and industrial shapes with a sculptural focus. With a background in printmaking and a love of architecture, I have come to see jewelry-making as a type of sculpture that allows me to incorporate both these aesthetics. I try to make every creation a small work of art, even down to the clasps and ear wires which are designed to add to the overall beauty of each piece.

I find inspiration in the intersection of light and dark, order and chaos, natural vs. industrial —  things that connect my Virginia childhood with my new home in Seattle. I try to reflect this feeling of time, movement, and unexpected beauty in my designs; a marriage of my past and present.

LOLiDE Customer Reviews

5/5
We couldn’t be happier with the engagement ring & wedding bands set Lori made for us. LOLiDE is worth the investment – her rings are high quality, comfortable, and the communication and service is superb, and you support an ethical, small business.
– G. Chang, Google Reviews
5/5

“This was such a joyful experience. Lori was extremely helpful in all areas but especially in terms of design and helping discuss the ring fit. Extremely responsive, professional and honest. Such a stress free experience with her.”
– Scott D, Google Reviews

5/5

Our rings arrived today and we absolutely love them! They are beautiful, and exactly what we envisioned. It was a pleasure and honor to work with you. We are grateful that we found you. Thank you for your ideas, information, and guidance throughout the process. We wish you many more successes and all good fortune!
– Julie R, Portland, OR

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