Mathew DiSpagna Talks about Cold Fusion & His Jewelry Collection. Podcast!!
For those who like jewelry that’s not seen everywhere and is distinctly “one of a kind”, may I suggest you visit www.MathewDiSpagna.com. This Massachusetts-based jewelry designer has a unique perspective on jewelry done in fine silver, sterling silver and with precious and semi-precious stones.
During late September, I was able to snag Mathew DiSpagna for a podcast that was exceptionally long but given that we have known each other virtually for over 3 years, the conversation is fluid and got deep into his design perspective and dynamic. Want to know what cold fusion jewelry is? Listen to the podcast. Want to know how he creates and what drives him? Listen to the podcast. This man is passionately involved in the creation and innovation of a new style of jewelry that has yet to be matched in the marketplace. Why bore you with reading any more text? I want the man to speak for himself- so click play and realize it’s about 30 minutes long. (Yes, it’s long, but you learn a TON about what goes into the act of creating hand-made jewelry and unique designs.)
The Jewelry by Mathew DiSpagna
The Disepshun Collection
1.5″ x .8″
(To be named later)
Bi Color Tourmaline – Paprok, Asghanistan
Green Tourmaline – 2
Purple Scapolote – 2
Spessartite Garnet – 2
3″ x 2.8″
Bi Color Tourmaline
Green Tourmaline 2x
Purple Scapolite 2x
Spessartite Garnet 4x
3.25″ x 1.9″
Indobox Wrap as discussed in the podcast.
Where to find Mathew DiSpagna Jewelry: there is an online store, plus Mathew’s website and go direct via his facebook group or page.
Plus follow Mathew Dispagna on Facebook at
Mathew DiSpagna page where he has been posting wraps to sell for various price points starting at $50 and up — which are bargains for holiday given the current value of silver and stones. So rock on and get something amazing for yourself or someone special.
Thank you to Mathew DiSpagna for his time in the podcast. He was in LA for a couple of days in November and I was able to meet him to see the jewelry and I have to say the photos don’t begin to do it justice. Some pieces are truly huge; others are more delicate. Others are so intoxicatingly beautiful that you wonder how can you walk away without buying one or having him make one for you.
This is one jewelry designer to watch: he’s going places!
Stevie Wilson, LA-Story.com
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