Thanks for stopping in to Generic American Goods. My name is Eric Sease and I have been involved
with the aesthetic natural beauty of plant life for the past decade, with the majority of my time
focused on regionally appropriate landscape design and holistic ethics of farming and arboreal
maintenance. Creative woodworking was a natural evolution for me. I live and work on a farm,
where I hone my craft of wood jewelry using the unique, hyper-local wood on the property.
ABOUT THE PRODUCTS
The wood used for my jewelry comes mostly from felled trees on the property that develop a unique
character from the natural processes associated with the life and death of trees. All aspects of my
jewelry are done by hand, from the harvesting of the wood, to the hand sanding of the individual
pieces, to the polishing of finished products with a homemade blend of oil and beeswax. Due to the
natural variations in all parts of the wood, each piece is completely unique, guaranteeing a one-of-a-
kind statement piece for your jewelry collection.