In life, the little things are the big things. For Natasha that little something huge was a small jewelry loom she got when she was 10 years old. It sparked a life-long love of making things with her hands, from simple seed jewelry to pretty gemstone pieces to her current signature: sweet wearable ceramics. Some people might be tempted to call the clay pendants “beads”—but that’s not how Natasha thinks of them. They’re wearable works of art, often paired with interesting metals and leather. Each piece is cut from earthenware clay then hand-stamped before going through two firings in the kiln. The result is something earthy and arty, that’s also sweet and feminine. It’s a pretty big little thing itself.