Call Us Today! 226-214-1590

//TLS029 Susan Dinner – Custom Art Jewelery

TLS029 Susan Dinner – Custom Art Jewelery

Screenshot from 2015-02-24 20:58:34

Jewelry can tell you a lot about the person wearing it. Among the expressive of all of our possessions, jewelry has long been used to convey status (such as a wedding ring), organization (such as an engineer’s iron ring), or simply to convey wealth. Jewelry can also be used as an artistic expression of one’s personality, which can be achieved with an extravagant necklace or a subtle, yet elegant bracelet.

Custom jewelry takes that level of personalization to a whole new level. Susan Dinner, a graduate of the nationally-renowned Ontario College of Art & Design (more commonly known as OCAD), honed in on her passion for design and eye for detail and decided to start designing her own line of custom jewelry eight years ago.

Major events can help put our lives in perspective by causing us to expand our focus. Susan attributes the time in her life when she became a widow that shifted her perspective and made her realize that she should follow her passions and make a living doing something that makes her happy. Ultimately, our lives are a constant pursuit of happiness, and that is a big part of what being an entrepreneur is. Susan recognized that what made her happy was creating beautiful pieces of jewelry, and also the looks on the faces of satisfied customers when they don one of her creations.

Susan takes her passion for jewelry and helping people one step further by contributing a great deal to philanthropic efforts, including assisting in foreign micro-finance projects and local fundraising galas for the arts. Above all else, Susan is the embodiment of what an entrepreneur should be: dedicated and passionate.  Find out more about Susan at

Audio Only Version:
Right click this link and save the .mp3 file to your favourite device.

By |2018-12-19T11:22:19-05:00February 25th, 2015|The Show|2 Comments

About the Author:

I'm a recently graduated Master's student from Western University. I work by day as the Regional Services Coordinator for Community CarShare, a cooperative not-for-profit carsharing organization. My spare time is divided between working for the Londonpreneurs as their communications coordinator and as a prominent nightclub photographer in London, Ontario. I also operate a personal blog that contains almost 60 original articles and essays on various topics of interest.


  1. In House Logic February 25, 2015 at 4:41 pm - Reply

    Well done, Michelle and Susan! Great to see positive energy like this projected in London’s solo-preneur community.

Leave A Comment


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.