About Turquoise ranch & Jessica

Turquoise Ranch is about fun, confidence, and celebrating uniqueness. Jessica believes that you should feel your best always, and knows that a large part is loving the way you look. She feels her job is to give you awesome and affordable handmade jewelry in fun and innovative new styles. TR knows the struggle of loving a piece of jewelry, but wishing the color or metal suited your taste. This was the inspiration for TR to create a diverse array of options in many colors. Turquoise Ranch is sure to elevate your look, whether it happens to be jeans and a tee, or a cute dress.

Jessica is the founder, boss babe, and maker of Turquoise Ranch gems. She's a daydream believer and hopes to make women have that special feeling of confidence and uniqueness by wearing her jewelry and accessories.  She loves using her creativity by dreaming up and designing new pieces. Turquoise Ranch is her dream business.

Want to read more? Keep on scrolling!

Create a life you love


So you wanna hear more...

From the time I was a little girl, I loved accessories. Sure, I was raised with two brothers, and certainly valued all that came with that, but I was a girly-girl in that way. I loved working with beads and creating what I thought were such beauties. I couldn’t wait to get my fingers into the embroidery thread and make knotted chokers, anklets, and friendship bracelets. 

As time went on, my materials and skills evolved, but I always loved working with my hands and creating. I suppose it only makes sense that here I am, decades later, still creating jewelry. To be honest, even writing/reading my own story it feels like fate. But it wasn’t always that way.

In all honesty, it was a fluke. I wasn’t happy with my selection at all my usual haunts. I was relentless in jewelry shopping. I have generally always cared substantially more about my accessories than my clothes. Just the way I’m wired, I guess. From the time I was little, shopping excitedly at Claires and The Icing, through later in life in Charming Charlie and the like, then to local boutiques- it was one of my favorite hobbies. I didn’t care where I shopped; I just wanted to curate an amazing selection for myself. And wow, I sure had a great collection.

As time went on, though, I just was not satisfied with what I was finding out there. So, without even thinking about it, I started making my own jewelry again. Friends and family were supportive and loved it, and one thing turned into another, and here I am. The little girl who loved creating is now the 30-something mama creating for herself and family. I'm so thankful to be living this dream, and creating for me and you.