Anne Havel is famous for her torch-fired vitreous enamel on copper or fine silver jewelry designs. Each of her pieces is a combination of many techniques she has developed over years of working in her studio.
Anne Havel’s enamel jewelry stands by itself for its unique painterly style and unusual settings.
Anne Havel began her own jewelry business in 1998. She began enameling in 2007 and started teaching her unique brand of torch fired enamel in 2012.
She lives and works in Wells, Vermont.
Anne Havel has earned 16 various awards honoring her work over the last 6 years and her work has been published in several magazines and books.
She is currently a member of the Enamel Guild North East, International Society of Glass Beadmakers, Washington Guild of Goldsmiths, Ohio Designer Craftman, American Craft Council, Vermont Hand Crafters, Studio Place Arts, Crafthaus, Grains of Glass and Kit and Caboodle.
When not working on her own jewelry designs in her studio, or selling her work in an art show event, she is teaching workshops across the country sharing her many secrets and masterful techniques with all of her delightful students!!
Denver School of Jewelry Arts
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