About Sydney Jewelry

At Sydney Jewelry, we realize that we all live in a time where being accepted and following your own path can be considered an absolute act of bravery. We celebrate you and your freedoms. We should all be free to make the choices that bring us internal happiness and fulfillment. We provide jewelry that not only makes you look and feel good on the outside but may also bring warmth to your soul. We support you and admire your amazing strength to be authentically you. 

Sydney Jewlery was launched in August 2021. When I was born, my mother named me “Sydney”, and the hospital had misspelled my name to be “Sidney” on my birth certificate. This was unbeknownst to me until I turned 16 when I went to the DMV to obtain my driver’s license. When I provided my birth certificate as proof of identification, the DMV employee pointed out that my name was misspelled on the driver’s license application. It was then that I decided I needed to change the spelling to be in legal compliance to “Sidney”. 

My mother passed away 23 years ago and there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t remember her and miss her warm and caring spirit tremendously. In opening Sydney Jewelry, I decided to return to the spelling of “Sydney” in her memory.

My love of jewelry design began when I was blessed to live on the beautiful island of Maui for over 4 years. Living in Hawaii brought a sense of peace and beauty that I had never previously experienced. I created pieces of jewelry that included the pretty plumeria, hibiscus, beloved sea turtles and all the wonderful colors of Maui. I shared my love of Maui through my jewelry design with the many tourists that came to visit the island from all parts of the world. It was a wonderful experience to meet tourists, chat with them and admire the amazing whales as they breached the waters of the ocean right in front of us.

My hope is that you will find as much joy in wearing your Sydney Jewelry pieces as I have found in planning their design. Each piece is thought out and designed with love and a commitment to celebrate all people for who they authentically are.


by | Sep 11, 2021