1985 marks the year of the birth of Liztech jewelry. Before this time, Jill spent years studying various art forms and experimenting with numerous techniques and did production work for studio jeweler from the east coast to the west coast. It was not until the unexpected discovery of the mirrored architectural laminate made of aluminum, polyethylene and electroplated chrome that the first piece of true Liztech jewelry was created. As the technique began to become refined, vintage glass stones were introduced to showcase and honor the glory days of this dying art form. Jill Elizabeth has gone on to develop hundreds of original deigns of pins, earrings, tacks, necklaces and bracelets. Her art has been cited by numerous organizations and art councils and she has been commissioned by over seventy-five non-profit organizations to create original pieces for fundraising. Each and every piece, handmade, one at a time in the Pocono Mountains.
It isn’t just the beauty and sentiment of the jewelry Jill creates that has the world collecting her pieces, it’s the manner and style in which the jewelry is crafted. In an industry inundated with copied, mass produced styles, Jill’s crafts have provided a refreshed, new approach to the age old art of wearing jewelry well. To know good jewelry seems to be synonymous with knowing and loving the art of Jill Elizabeth of Liztech Jewelry.