For years, Elizabeth Woll has collected vintage clothing and accessories which have greatly influenced her designs. Early plastics like bakelite, galalith, and celluloid were cast, hand-cut, milled, and polished with care into beautiful jewelry, hair accessories radios, household items, and more.

Originally from the Boston area, Elizabeth studied Jewelry and Metalsmithing at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, and there, she was introduced to using alternative materials in jewelry making. She began casting plastics into jello molds and creating jewelry that was bold and colorful but not for everyday wear. In 2012, she relocated to San Francisco where she learned laser-cutting, and her process was completely transformed. Soon after that, she launched her jewelry line WOLL.

With Woll, Elizabeth aims to create covetable, well-made pieces of jewelry that are fun and whimsical. Each piece is a small work of art designed by her and made in her studio in The Mission District of San Francisco.

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