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About

Zass Design

20 Glenwood Ave, Raleigh, NC 27603

The Smith mother-daughter duo is happy to call Raleigh, North Carolina home, where they have spent the last 17 years teaching themselves how to make jewelry & perfecting their craft.

As purveyors of handmade jewelry from up-cycled materials, they knew there had to be a way to continue the life of such unique + overlooked material without just throwing them in the recycling bin with yesterday’s newspaper. They paired some outside the box thinking with the Graphic Design degrees earned in their professional careers and started making earrings, necklaces, and bracelets with the vibrant prints that were once magazine pages.

In 2009 they took their nighttime hobby and created a limited edition jewelry collection of printed material to launch Zass Design (Zulay and Steph Smith). Seemingly overnight, the two built their sustainable jewelry passion into a successful brand.

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