After spending over 7 years in Europe moving between Sweden, Switzerland, and England, Courtney has come back to Michigan to not only be closer to family, but to start her journey as a jewelry designer. As the newest member of the team, it took Courtney by surprise when she found her interest in jewelry while…

Steven began making jewelry in the tenth grade. He then worked towards his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan.

An Ann Arbor native, Moria left her hometown to experience life in Colorado, Arizona and Alaska. An experienced designer, having spent five years with a prominent shop in Colorado Springs, Moria has been with Abracadabra since 2004.

Born and raised in Ann Arbor, Greta attended art school at Warren Wilson College in the mountains of North Carolina. There she studied printmaking, bookbinding, and old time music while living on a 300-acre farm.

During her senior year at Capital University, Natalie began her jewelry career via a four month internship at a high-end custom jewelry store in Columbus, Ohio.

Until Margaret is elected Prime Minister of Canada, she is contentedly biding her time here at Abra. A former high school teacher, Margaret now grades stones instead of essays, and is a skilled and fastidious appraiser and designer.

Arte Vitta jewelry embodies creativity. Inspired by caving and outdoor adventures, informed by an education in fine art, and refined on NYC’s 42nd Street, this designer’s one of a kind jewels feature fine gemstones in exquisite cuts and vivid color.

Anya is a longtime Ann Arbor local, but comes to Abra following a few years balancing wine bottles and nurturing grapes in the Southwestern US. Her designs betray not only the warmth of the desert, but a deep love for antique jewels, from 9th century Byzantine, to industrial Art Deco, to ‘70s turquoise – admitted…

Whether it is through texture, color or concept, she appreciates quality craftsmanship and stark contrast in jewelry.