About Me, My
Customer Service Policy
My Artist Statement

About Me

I began my career as a metalsmith in 1995 after having been a USAF officer in the Medical Service Corps, and a hospital administrator in various civilian positions. I have taken classes through the Craft Guild of Dallas, and various Guilds and masters from around the world.

My current body of work is hammered on both sides using the ancient techniques of Chasing and Repousse, Shell Forming, Fabrication and Raising. I feel that jewelry should be a daily extension of your mood, and therefore, I like to make symbols to represent how you feel of the day. Or how you NEED to feel for the day! What thrills me most is finding out how I can transform the metal with bold, strong strikes, bending, and heating so it expresses togetherness, shows the love, and becomes a soft, fragile beautiful creation.

If you put on the jewelry I make, and you are empowered to tackle the day, I’ve done my job.

Customer Service Policy

I believe in offering quality customer service and building lifelong relationships with my customers. To ensure your complete satisfaction, I invite you to contact me via phone or email for any question or concern you have.

Phone: 817-291-4904 Monday - Friday 9-5 CST
email: diana.casabar@me.com

Returns will not be accepted after 30 days from the date of purchase, and merchandise must be in salable condition and accompanied by a sales receipt. Any special orders (commissions) or altered products are non-refundable. Refunds will be made in the method of original payment.

In-stock orders will be shipped 3 days from date of purchase. I charge $15.00 for registered receipt and insured shipping. If express mail is required, the fee is $35.00.

PLEASE NOTE: Jewelry items may appear larger or smaller than actual size due to photographic techniques.

Artist Statement

After spending her childhood in northern California, Diana Casabar developed her style from her memories of their botanicals, avian and insect aesthetic. She hammer sculpts those memories into modern metalwork. Her guiding principle is to provide structure and ornament between the gems and metal, akin to the scrolls and whiplash curves of Art Nouveau style of design.