Merchant spotlight: Found Wanderer
Found Wanderer is a handmade jewelry business that focuses on creating blissful jewels geared toward the wandering, bohemian goddess. Owner Kacey Royer loves to use “found” objects in her creations, such as crystals, stones, vintage and old beads, as well as any other object which embraces a natural sense of beauty.
Kacey started out by creating simple bracelets and customized orders that she would sell to locals here in York. She would create something, such as a macramé bracelet for instance, post it to Instagram, and see who commented on it. To her surprise, a bunch of girls were interested and so she began to create more and more, looking to see what types of things were relatively simple to make so she could create customized pieces to give to her customers as fast as possible.
Kacey incorporates crystals into almost all of her pieces. Her favorite type of crystal is called a "druzy" crystal, which actually has tons of smaller, sparkly crystals encrusting the top of it.
When not working on handmade jewels, Kacey works as a stylist at Free People: an American bohemian apparel and lifestyle retail company that sells women’s clothing, accessories, etc.
Kacey loves hosting her shop at Redeux and loves that it is a place for artists to come together and share their passions.
Kacey also loves being able to head downtown and see all the different types of people that live in this area.
Stop by Redeux at 113 S. Duke Street and check out Found Wanderer and Kacey's work.