Cara Jablon is a retired environmental attorney who has been designing and making jewelry since 1999. She also has a doctorate in Biochemistry. Cara started taking courses in jewelry making to learn how to repair necklaces, and her interest
developed into a business as she learned new skills and techniques. Cara makes necklaces, earrings, lariats, and bracelets (including a large collection of stretch bracelets), using fresh-water pearls, semi-precious stones, pewter, silver, crystal, and glass. She enjoys making jewelry that is versatile, easy to wear, and reasonably priced.
Cara’s work is quite eclectic, and ranges from delicate necklaces to large spiral pearl and stone necklaces. Much of her work focuses on geometric shapes, and she enjoys mixing a variety of shapes and sizes in her designs and combining these shapes with
semi-precious stones, such as onyx, coral, turquoise, and jasper. Her current collection also includes necklaces made from coiled wire beads that she makes. She sells her work at many local craft shows and is a member of the Northern Virginia Handcrafters Guild.