my story

My journey into the world of jewelry creation started at the age of 10. I remember begging my parents to take me to a silver ring making class. They had to do some convincing but I was eventually allowed to join in (with a lot of extra help from the instructor). Since then I have always been drawn toward sterling silver jewelry and taken classes here and there while in high school, university, and after. During the pandemic I decided it would be a nice hobby to dive into. After finding Whaley Studios in San Diego I started creating pieces for myself. Slowly my friends and others started asking if I could make jewelry for them and eventually Kayge was born.

All items are constructed entirely by hand using recycled sterling silver in my studio in San Diego, California. Playing with simple and sculptural aspects, I hope to create timeless, high quality pieces that can be passed on and enjoyed for generations.

Due to the handmade nature of my jewelry, each piece is unique and no two pieces will be exactly the same and may have subtle imperfections. I believe the handmade, one of a kind nature of my work is what makes it special. Please reach out if you have any questions/ comments!



Instagram @kayge_studio

Email kaygestudio@gmail.com



I will try my best to create and ship your items in a timely manner. My goal is always to have items out within a two week period yet with the unpredictability of life and order volumes I cannot guarantee an item will ship within that time period. If you need an order to be rushed, please contact me and I will do my best to accomodate you.


There are no refunds for any purchases so please double check your size before making a purchase. If resizing is needed then please know that any shipping costs in addition to resizing fees will be covered by you.


For international buyers please be ware of any duties or taxes to pay that may not be included in the final purchase.


Home page photo by Caylee Robertson @cayleerob

Lifestyle shots by Charlie Hawks @chawks

Product shots by Erica Joan Photography @umm.erica