About Us

Hermosa (adj): a Spanish word meaning beautiful

Hermosa means “beautiful” in Spanish, which defines this unique Southern jewelry line known for its bold and colorful designs.  Hand-selected semi-precious gemstones, freshwater pearls, colorful crystals, vintage findings and chain, eclectic pendants, and unique clasps are the main ingredients of these multifaceted designs. The quality and detailed craftsmanship of Hermosa Jewelry is what sets it apart from the rest.  Each piece is designed with love and assembled by hand at the Hermosa Studio in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Timeless style and use of fine materials ensure that each handmade bauble will make a statement for years to come. Guaranteed to turn heads, Hermosa Jewelry is the ultimate accessory for any occasion. 

Owner, Haley Holzworth seeks inspiration for her jewelry line from various color combinations, distinct textures, and the organic progression associated with the changing of seasons. A native of Charleston, SC, she is influenced by the Southern lifestyle and the coastal landscapes of the Lowcountry. After graduating from the University of South Carolina, Haley majored in International Business and Marketing and minored in Spanish.  Inspired by Haley's semester spent in Seville, Spain, and her study of the language, she changed the name of her company to Hermosa which translates to beautiful. 

Our Values

Our Customers are Top Priority

Our customer is always our top priority. We strive to go the extra mile to make sure you enjoy your experience with us.

We make expertly crafted jewelry with the highest quality materials

We hand select all of our materials to ensure that you are getting the best quality jewelry. Our jewelry is hand crafted only by the best!

Shop and Support Local Businesses

As a locally, female founded small business, we find it especially important to support our fellow local businesses.


The Hermosa Journey

The Beginning

Haley started dabbling in making jewelry from an inherited collection of vintage jewelry in middle school. She wore a uniform to school and her reconstructed designs were a way of expressing her own unique style.