Sandy Comstock is inspired with words and phrases that bring people comfort, humor, and a belief in themselves. The uniqueness of her designs has brought about a large following of devoted collectors, and her works have been featured in numerous magazines, including People, Niche, Sundance, In Style, In Touch, and Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion.
Sandy’s success as a designer has spanned a career of 30+ years and her jewelry has been showcased in the finest shops and galleries throughout the United States. A self-taught silversmith, Sandy works primarily in sterling silver using the lost wax casting method. Pewter, bronze, and natural elements are often added to create stunning works of wearable art. All her jewelry is made in America.
A passionate advocate of animal rescues, Toby and Max Jewelry is named in memory of her two beloved companions who kept her company in the Comstock Studio in the early days, when she began her jour ney into the world of design. Her Dog & Cat Lover designs reflect her sense of humor and whimsy, and the deep bond that exists between a pet and its “person.”
Sandy divide her time between her studio on the Oregon Coast and the beautiful rain forests of Boquete, Panama.