Mrs. T’s Blessed Jewelry

by Terry Watson | July 11th, 2014

 

Theresa Jones

Theresa Jones

Theresa Jones is a 55 year old mother of six and grandmother of 15. She is also a very humble and a loving Christian woman who was born and raised in Greensboro, N.C. She credits her two loving parents for keeping her in church; the place that provided solitude and where she also learned to love the Lord Jesus Christ, who she declares as the master of her life.

Mrs. Jones is also the owner of Mrs. T’s Blessed Jewelry, a custom jewelry line that is designed by her own hands. She prays and meditates over each piece, and the end result is a magical creation that her clients have grown to expect and enjoy. “I love using the creativity that almighty God has blessed me with and the satisfaction that my customers express. The gratification of seeing the items that I create from scratch from my very own designs makes it all worth it,” says Jones.

Her designs consist of necklaces, bracelets, earrings and ankle bracelets. “I customize each piece according to my customer’s request. I use all types of gemstones, beads in all shapes, sizes and colors. I also design children’s jewelry,” she says. Her most memorable piece is the first piece she ever made; a three piece necklace she sold to her sister. Her response was that it was very beautiful and she encouraged her to start selling her items.

Her company started in 2010 after the encouragement of family and friends. Arts and crafts are always something that she has enjoyed doing. “I was making other items before then but began making jewelry around that time,” she says. “Learning and finding a way to turn it into a business was the only missing component.”

The challenge of growing Mrs. T’s Blessed Jewelry into a bigger brand only fuels Jones fire. She hopes to open her own jewelry store and continue to create the jewelry that is satisfying. She would also like to teach her grandkids the craft of jewelry making.

DSC_14026 - CopyDSC_4054 - CopyDSC_3956 - Copy(Photos by Perfect Lenz Photography)

 

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