I founded Angelynn’s Jewelry Organizers in 1991 with a lot of hope, ambition and expectations. I have done my very best to utilize simplicity, function along with innovation. Deciding to only use sustainable materials I have created and managed every aspect of the manufacturing and the design process – end to end – with the highest standards being dedicated to the well being of people and the planet.
My jewelry organizers are my very own copyrighted and trademarked designs. The are beautiful and durable and great for home, retail or commercial use. Created for women, teens and girls of all ages.
My very first product was the Polycarbonate Acrylic Earring Angel Pierced Earring & Body Jewelry Organizer. Then I designed my first jewelry tree (necklace holder). Inspirational jewelry organizing designs just pop into my head and heart and just keep coming. Bringing an idea to prototype and then to market takes a lot of time, testing and effort so patience is a must!
I have always loved being creative. In high school I took welding, jewelry making, pottery, photography and art. Skills I never knew that would come in handy to create my own business. Discovering how to weld, design scale, function and aesthetics were important lessons learned.
Angelynn’s Jewelry Organizers are an American Original! 100% Made in the USA using recycled and reclaimed carbon steel and polycarbonate.
Angelynn’s and its manufacturing shop partners made of Skilled American Tradesmen are a small part of the future of the Handmade in the United States product market.
Our jewelry organizers may cost quite a bit more than other jewelry racks and organizers but that is because it costs quite a bit more to make them by hand here in the US. But I look at it this way; it is an investment into America the land I love; and I believe the quality of product we produce is worth the price and they will last a lifetime with proper use.
My only manufacturing partners are Sharn Enterprises in Frankfort, Illinois and Sunbelt Plastics right here in Frisco, Texas. I see them as family.