Casher started metalsmithing at an arts-focused summer camp when she was 15 years old. It was a hobby for about 15 years before she started making jewelry professionally in 2006. Throughout Casher's varied career path in the education, business, and non-profit worlds, she never imagined that she would become a professional jeweler, yet, making jewelry has been the one constant in her life.
Previously, Casher's jewelry featured relatively crisp, clean lines, but after spending so much time on her New Hampshire farm, a freer style emerged. Now, being back in the city and based in the South End, her work is a blend between a natural and urban esthetic. She loves the fact that metal is both industrial and organic at the same time — and her jewelry is a reflection of that. Casher tends towards bigger, bolder designs but also considers customers’ varied tastes and styles, making something for everyone in each of my collections. Visitors her studio during First Fridays or by appointment.
450 Harrison Ave.
Boston, MA 02118