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Symbolic🌱 Designs that Inspire, Intentionally Designed

🕉 Yoga/Buddhism
🙏🏼 Spirituality
🌸 Mindfulness

Welcome & Thanks for visiting Maji Designs, Jewelry
Intentionally designed to incorporate Symbolism – Veganism – Yogism – Buddhism – Spirituality – Mindfulness – Gemstones with Healing and Spiritual properties – Personalized – Individualized.

After becoming a Vegan is 2018, it became important to show this in my Jewelry Creations also. My 10 plus year jewelry business consisted of dozens of leather pieces. In late 2018, I remade, reworked, redesigned by entire line and philosophy to be 100% VEGAN FRIENDLY.

The cords I currently use in my designs are Faux leather cord, Faux suede cord, Cotton cord and Linen Cord, All of my pieces are 100% original and designed and made by me, Lynne Hinz, in my home studio in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. I also incorporate LOTS of SILVERS – Sterling, Hill Tribe, Tibetan & Bali. Along with Antique Brass, Bronze, Gemstones, Czech Glass & Wood beads,

In addition to shopping for my designs here on Etsy, you can now purchase any of my pieces directly on INSTAGRAM and FACEBOOK as they are both now SHOPPABLE!! Follow me on Instagram at @majidesignsjewelry and on Facebook at @majidesigns as I post multiple times a day – New Designs, Sales Events, and Inspiration.

Thank you for reading about Maji Designs, thank you for your interest in my jewelry & I hope that you find something you love!

 

 

Online Sales

Maji Designs does not currently take online orders. Email or call for purchase information.

Email

majidesignsjewelry@gmail.com

Phone

Call 310-991-3610

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Sponsors

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through grants from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.

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