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Former Waynoka Railroader Bringing Custom Jewelry Pieces to Nescatunga

Lora (Earhart) Bromley is a wife, mother, a former Waynoka Railroader and the creator/owner behind Cross Trails LLC who will be represented at the Nescatunga Arts Festival this year.

For the last three years, she has designed and created custom jewelry pieces for private clients. This year she began creating ready-to-wear designs.

Bromley started making jewelry because she wanted more from the jewelry she wears.

“I feel jewelry should be inspired by the people we love and the things we cherish the most around us,” she said.

“I began by taking a metalsmithing class at a local community college,” she explained. “From there I chose to broaden my horizons, through learning engraving and fabricating fine jewelry at GRS Training Center.

Outside of the classroom, everything Bromley learned and will continue to learn has been through hard work, dedication and perseverance.

“I thoroughly enjoy seeing a design I created to become the extraordinary piece my clients are proud to pass on to future generations,” Bromley said.


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