Luster Metal Works to be featured in luxury gift lounge in honor of The 2012 Golden Globes nominees and presenters

Added by on November 28, 2011

Luster Metal Works (Luster), in association with The Artisan Group, announces they will be featured on January 13-14, 2012 at a luxury Gift Lounge hosted by GBK Productions at the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, in honor of the 2012 Golden Globes Nominees and Presenters.

Five of Luster’s eco-friendly Textured Cuffs made from reclaimed copper will be prominently featured on display at The Artisan Group’s exhibit. Attending celebrities will receive the Interlaced Circles Reclaimed Copper Cuff in their swag bags. This event will also be attended by over 75 media outlets, ten of whom will be selected to also receive a textured copper bracelet.

To learn more about Luster and our products, or our participation in GBK Productions’ Gift Lounge, visit, call USA 217-840-7993, or email

Susan is a resident of rural Homer, Illinois, USA where she lives with her husband and two young sons, and is often found hammering her days away in her studio nestled among the corn fields or renovating her Edwardian Era house. Her hand crafted artisan jewelry and gifts can be found online at and at select local galleries and shops worldwide.

About the Artist

Susan Harbourt, the talent behind Luster Metal Works, was an engineer with a repressed artistic spark lurking inside. One fateful day, she and her husband were updating wiring in their Edwardian era home when the scattered coils of old copper wire inspired her. With the scraps at hand, Susan wove a bracelet, igniting an artistic flame that has only continued to grow.

Now a self taught metalsmith, Susan primarily works in recycled sterling silver and reclaimed copper creating an array of Eco-friendly rings, necklaces, bracelets, bookmarks, and gifts. Her studio is her paradise. It’s her place to create and let the hammer guide her, magically transforming metal from something you would dismiss as a scrap to amazing works of art.