Honolulu jewelry designer, Debby Sato followed her creative bliss and began designing jewelry in 2006. Throughout her life, she’s had a passion for art and the environment. She grew up exploring Hawaiian forests and the ocean.
Debby earned her B.A. in environmental studies with an emphasis on botany. Throughout her life, she has taken many art and jewelry classes throughout the country.
Today she combines both of her loves. Debby’s jewelry designs are inspired by the plants of Hawai`i, the ocean, and the island lifestyle. She is constantly exploring different techniques and developing new visions for her work in metal.
Our jewelry is ethically sourced and the sterling silver used in our jewelry is made with recycled metal. Our sterling silver and gold fill are zero waste. The shells and beach glass we use are collected in Hawai`i. All our shells are never collected "live".
A portion of the profits protect native Hawaiian plants and animals. A portion of our profits from the Mauna Collection helps protect Mauna Kea.