Where you can get your own Grammy worthy jewelry

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Ever heard the phrase reduce, reuse, and recycle? That’s the foundation of Debra Mitchell’s business, Twisted Silver, an eco friendly jewelry line. After Debra turned silverware wind chimes into a necklace 14 years ago, Twisted Silver was born. 

She began selling the designs in a California store where it began to grow and expand. It was then selected to be in a swag bag for Emmy Awards, and then was featured in the Grammys and Oscars. Twisted Silver thrived in Hollywood because of it’s repurposed nature and it’s mixed metals. The designs are perfectly imperfect with a cool without trying vibe. Every piece is new and one of a kind. 

They’ve recently relocated to St George, UT in the historic district in the new Green Gate Village on Tabernacle.  The neighborhood consists of historic homes recently renovated and repurposed for retail space, reflecting the design of the company. 

If you’re interested in buying some pieces visit them at Swiss Days on 9/01 and 9/02 or at Green Gate Village 76 W Tabernacle in St George Monday through Saturday 10:00AM to 6:00PM.

If you can’t make it in person visit their website at Twisted-Silver.com and use code GTU to get 25% off today.

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