Copper Witch Designs
Welcome to my online boutique featuring unique, handmade copper-themed jewelry and home décor

Welcome to Copper Witch Designs, an online boutique featuring my one-of-kind artisan copper and mixed metal jewelry designs, metal wall art and other home decor.

Check out my galleries for your holiday shopping!  Order by December 15th to ensure delivery by Christmas.

Copper

Witch

Designs™

ABOUT COPPER WITCH DESIGNS™

"Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It's ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.” I don't know who said this, but it defines all that I find beautiful in life. I am inspired by nature and simplicity. And, while I appreciate the spectacular, I am enchanted by the ordinary. My goal is to share the beauty I find in these things.

My collection includes a wide variety of jewelry and accessories including earrings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, and key rings, as well as a line of home decor items including wall hangings, sun catchers and other items.  I am also in the process of developing my signature collection of Copper Witches for all occasions and building a special line of Endangered Species sculptures.

Ten percent of all profits on regular purchases will be donated to animal welfare and environmental organizations annually.  Twenty percent of profits on items purchased from my Endangered Species collection will be donated to World Wildlife Fund.

Why Copper Witch Designs™?

The Team

JAMIE BELONGIA

When I was young I imagined myself living in the woods with a jeep, a boxer, and some kind of vague welding machine (because I didn’t actually know anything about welding machines…or welding for that matter).  And then, somehow, I ended up as a banker.  But now I find myself older… with an SUV, a border collie, a strange little black terrier, a cat, birds and a really awesome butane torch.  And I live in the woods…in the mountains.  Close enough!  I’m not sure what I thought I was going to weld in my vision, but I must have known that eventually I’d fall in love with metal.  After experimenting with painting, pottery, and a variety of other mediums, I started playing with copper and discovered that, in spite of what we think about metal as solid, rigid, and industrial, it is in fact lovely, malleable and friendly if you just know how to “talk” to it.   That was about 10 years ago and I've been working with copper and mixed metals ever since.   My creative inspiration is grounded in the idea that the greatest joys come from the simplest things.  My pieces are, therefore, based on common things from nature that we tend to overlook and simple shapes that, when combined, make elegant statements.

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The Copper Witch Blog

Recent Posts

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

July 24, 2017

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

July 11, 2017

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]

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Copper Witch Designs

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]

October 25, 2017

Chicken feet. Forged copper chicken feet. Cute, aren’t they? Well, I think they are.  And I bet you will, too, once you know their story, because these copper chicken feet are part of this year’s holiday ornament for Asheville Humane Society – a copper and bronze chicken that can be used as an ornament, metal[…]

October 6, 2017

Little Forged Copper Witches, that is… For most of my life, my brother has held the opinion that I’m a witch. Not a bad witch…just a witch. It’s probably due to my weird dreams and imagination. Or, how I relate to nature. Or, maybe he just sees something else there.  Me? I’m not sure. But,[…]

September 21, 2017

Not just any old forged copper animals.   These copper animals are holiday ambassadors, maybe even little heroes, for animal welfare.  Each year for the past five years, I’ve created and donated a limited-edition holiday ornament to Asheville Humane Society for use in a holiday fundraising campaign.  The ornaments, which are hand forged from copper and other[…]

August 17, 2017

Whenever I approach a new project dealing with nature, I have to make decisions about what I think will be the best way to present the specific features of the item in question.  Some beauties of nature simply can’t be represented in art.  They need to be shown exactly as they are, in the purest[…]

I like to think that the leaves I find for my patterns are “volunteers” … that they somehow jump in front of me because they really want to be models.  Silly, I know.  But, just about the time I convince myself to let go of this ridiculous fantasy, a determined little leaf convinces me otherwise. […]

“Anyone can love a rose, but it takes a great deal to love a leaf.  It’s ordinary to love the beautiful, but it is beautiful to love the ordinary.”  Unknown  This is my first blog, so it seems appropriate to start with the quote that leads my website.  It’s one of my all-time favorite quotes[…]