Nicole Maslowski started Maslo Jewelry in 2003, first focused entirely on reworking vintage pieces.
Over the years, the brand has grown and shifted into an exploratory mix of found objects, precious metals, and deadstock materials.
Trained originally as a graphic designer, the pull towards exploring texture, weight, and balance is evident in her work still.
Interpreting the contrast between new and old is a core Maslo design principle present within everything created,
whether a contemporary take on a timeless piece, or a vintage item being transformed into something reimagined.
We search for chains, findings and parts from the past that are most adaptable to living in the present.
By balancing repurposed with novel, our collections embody a refined palette of functional, everyday essentials.
Featured designs include hand casted and hand formed elements that tie in flowing lines
and organic shapes for a minimal, structural statement.
We value our community and we are committed to serving and strengthening it.
A portion of our profits are donated to organizations working to bring about positive change.
We are currently donating to:
Dress For Success
A not-for-profit organization that empowers women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support,
professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life.
OAR is a leading service provider of reentry services to returning citizens in Richmond and the surrounding counties.
It provides evidence-based and person-centered approaches to empower those impacted by incarceration to find individual success.
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