I have been making jewellery for several years. In my portfolio you can find watches, rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets or even pens.
I make jewellery from wood, resin, metal and precious stones. Each piece is made with enough care and love. When making, I make sure that each piece of jewelry is thoroughly machined, shaped and polished to the perfect shape. As the final stage, it is infused with a finish for a perfect appearance and long-lasting durability.
I like to fulfill customers' wishes and am delighted when they are satisfied with the result. That's why my work is so fulfilling and fun for me as well.
My passion and job description
The jewellery I make in my workshop is created with great passion. With each piece I try to be as creative as possible. A person like me, who loves colours, will find this work incredibly "winning", which is why the combinations I create are endless. The colors can be combined endlessly and it's perfect on it. If you have a wish, I would be happy to help you realize it and make it.
Originality is only one
Every piece of jewellery made is original in its own way and you will see signs of my handiwork and love of craft on it. I care about careful workmanship and thoroughly check the quality of my jewellery. In case you would like to make customized jewelry, feel free to contact me. I will design a unique design according to your ideas, according to which I will make your original jewelry.
Every piece is original, whether it is a person or thing.
Dominik Fanta, handmade jewellery
I graduated from an arts and crafts school in woodworking (artistic woodworker). After school, my enthusiasm for woodworking temporarily left me, but and life still led me back. The year I graduated, I first saw working with resin and wood on the internet and was hugely intrigued. I can't explain to anyone what happened to me at that moment, but the very first opportunity I had to get a piece of board and buy my first resin, I did, and I wanted to do it and work with it and work with it ad infinitum. Not to mention the fact that the cutting board was not at all ideal for use and at that time, neither was the resin. But the cutting board is still in my house to this day.
I've always tended to make miniature things that will be valuable. I find detail work incredibly fun and fulfilling, whether it's jewelry, pens, or a watch, for example. I'm grateful for the whole journey, even though it was often nerve-wracking in the beginning, failed attempts at trying new ways of making. There have been a lot of blind alleys, but I'm glad for it. Thanks to this, I learned to work on my own, got practice and valuable knowledge in this field.
I am constantly pushing myself further in jewelry making. I am thrilled when people like the jewelry and are happy with it.