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Meet Tiffany

Hi! My name is Tiffany Tassano and I am the face, and hands, behind elizabeth burge.

I’ve been designing jewelry since 2010, but my interest in jewelry stems from a childhood of wearing fantastic accessories while competing in horse shows and pageants, and while acting in theater.

Currently, I reside near San Diego, California with my husband and three rescued kitties. We love spending time at home cooking, learning about wine, and watching movies when I’m not busy creating new jewelry, of course!

elizabeth burge was created because I wanted a place where a woman could go to find gorgeous, handcrafted pieces for life. If you’re like me, you wear a similar style on a day to day basis but every once in a while you need something different, something special, something more. Wouldn’t it be nice to find that special something from your favorite artisan? elizabeth burge brings you simple, minimalist, everyday pieces but also provides those elegant, unique, once-in-a-lifetime accessories in one location. There’s also a weekly newsletter, filled with interesting information and awesome member-only offers.

What (and who) is elizabeth burge?

elizabeth burge was conceived in 2010 as tjscorner on etsy and renamed in 2013. Why? The name tjscorner just didn’t have the feel I was looking for in my jewelry line.

My jewelry is simple, elegant, and ranges from every day wearability to once-in-a-lifetime creations. While tjscorner was a good starting point for me, elizabeth burge better embodies the pieces I create as well as how I see you.

Named after my grandmother, Chloe Elizabeth Burge (“Chloe” is reserved for my daughter), elizabeth burge customers are kind, hardworking, enjoy the simple things in life, and have a certain elegance about them. elizabeth burge customers love to think, play, and dress outside the box; they are drawn to the handcrafted and take pleasure in knowing that what they wear isn’t something you can find at any department store.


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