... About Us      

Silver Lark Jewelry and Crafts is the culmination of many years of work and dreams.  For artist Ginny Norris, her work in the craft world goes back to the late 1970's, managing a small art supply and crafts store.  She matured in the business side of crafting as a Senior Seasonal Buyer for a major East Coast arts & crafts chain.  Even today, some of the semi-precious stones in the jewelry she wears were bought on the streets of Hong Kong and Taiwan during business trips to the Orient.  Her path to "where we are today" became clear around 2003 when she embraced the new techniques for crafting fine jewelry using PMC® - Precious Metal Clay.  The artist can now have unlimited imagination in design -- with an end reality of .999 fine, pure silver jewelry.  Ginny's training and certification, and untold more hours to perfect her craft, led to Silver Lark Jewelry. After completing his military career, Steve spent  14 years in the crafts industry in the management, distribution, and warehousing areas.  He provides dichroic glass fusing and designs for Ginny's work, and handles the necessary business side of things ... so that Ginny's focus can be just the design and crafting of her jewelry.

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Silver Lark Jewelry and Crafts, near Eureka Springs, Arkansas 

Silver Lark Jewelry

Closed - 12/31/2018.


Ginny Norris

1948 - 2018



Over the course of four and a half years, Ginny underwent major surgery, and the full spectrum of aggressive treatments for Stage IV colon cancer.  She lost her battle on July 9th, 2018. Fighting till the end ... with that big smile on her face.

Thanks to all of you that admired her work, visited us over the years at the large craft shows, and enjoyed talking to Ginny as much as I did for 50+ years together. Her loss is almost unimaginable to me and the family. May God Bless you and yours.




... Our Jewelry  

      Ginny designs a wide variety of hand-finished pieces, with a focus on one-of-a-kind and individually crafted pendants, earrings, and bracelets.  Her array of designs, styles, and textured finishes will clearly portray to admirers that you have purchased that truly "one of a kind" piece of hand-worked jewelry.  And ... so important to us ... you know that your choice was a real value.

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