The permanent jewelry trend began in Brooklyn, New York, Paris and Los Angeles in about 2018 and was brought to Minneapolis in 2021 by Everthine Jewelry. The ease of having a dainty piece of jewelry that is almost weightless, with a little sparkle, and no need to struggle with a clasp-- has drawing people to Everthine Jewelry ever since.
Permanent jewelry is also known as 'forever jewelry' and the action of welding is often referred to as “getting zapped.” Mothers and daughters, best friends, and partners make appointments to come in together. But, also people come to Everthine to treat themselves to something gold at a price point that is accessible.
Guests wanting a permanent jewelry service book a 15 or 30 minute appointment depending on the size of their group, through the Everthine Jewelry website. At the appointment, you'll choose from a variety of sterling silver and solid 14k yellow gold chains in yellow, rose and white gold. Everthine Jewelry owner, Aisha Formanski then custom fits the chain and welds it closed creating a clasp-less, seamless accessory.
Everthine Jewelry / Aisha Formanski is a Minneapolis jewelry artist who has been creating handmade jewelry for more than 25 years. The Everthine Jewelry studio is located in the heart of the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District at the historic Casket Arts Building.
Pricing starts are $40, and goes up to $200 for bracelets. Necklaces are charged by the inch and range from $80 - $360 depending on the length and chain style selected. Please message me for a quote if you're interested.