Meet the Sisters
>>> OUR MISSION <<<
We believe in the sisterhood that resides in all of us. Our hope is that these pendants encourages women to feel empowered to uplift not only themselves, but to motivate other women as well.
>>> ABOUT <<<
We are Kat and Beth, sisters and moms of Littles. In August 2020, we renamed our company to KINTHREE after our three young children.
Our custom designs are created and cast in the United States. It is our goal to make pieces that inspire women to initiate change. We celebrate the bonds women forge between each other, commonly known as sisterhood.
We respond to emails and special requests quickly, and we strive to provide excellent customer service. Thank you for supporting our American-made, woman-owned small business.
We believe in giving back. For some of our pendants, we donate a portion of the proceeds to important causes. Learn more HERE.
>>> KAT <<<
Kat started her career in jewelry design as a silversmith in 2015. After becoming quickly excited about the ability to express her art through metal, she dove in head-first learning all she could about the art of jewelry design. As lead designer for KINTHREE, Kat creates her pieces using one of three design methods. She either sculpts the piece from wax, fabricates it with metal, or designs it on paper then creates it using computer-aided design. Each piece has its own unique story for why it was made and how it came to fruition.
Kat is the mama of one adorable little girl. She is married and living in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago, IL after recently relocating from Venice, California.
>>> BETH <<<
Beth started her career in jewelry design in 2017 after marching in the Women’s March in Chicago, IL. Inspired by the power of women uniting together to create change, she started the social activism jewelry shop “Infinite Sisters” alongside her sister Kat. In 2020, they rebranded and created KINTHREE CO. As lead marketing and communications manager, Beth strives to create lasting and long relationships with each of our customers and women's networks.
Beth is mama to two creative young boys. She taught science and special education teens for 15 years and now homeschools her sons. She is married and living in the Southwest suburbs of Chicago, IL.
>>> CONNECT <<<