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Friday, May 19, 2017

Old Favorites

For today's blog post, I asked the team to show off something from each of their shops that may have been overlooked. Here's what they came up with...

From Keikeaux:
This druzy gemstone sparkles like sugar! The long sturdy chain makes this an easy go-to statement piece. 
Gemstone Neckace, Druzy Necklace, Druzy Agate Necklace, Raw Gemstone Jewelry
Druzy Agate Necklace

From Sferra Designs:
Gorgeous amethyst and sterling silver earrings featuring trapezoidal faceted amethysts, unique and show stopping. 
Amethyst Earrings in Sterling Silver, February Birthstone, Amethyst Dangle, Purple, Gems, Plum Grape Violet, February Birthday, Semiprecious
Amethyst Earrings in Sterling Silver

From Allie's Adornments
I don't normally put items on sale but the prices on these have been reduced. Both made with Victorian black glass buttons that are over 120 years old.
SALE Birds, Antique BUTTON  bracelet, Victorian glass with flowers in red & black. 7.5" one-of-a-kind jewellery. Price reduced.
Antique BUTTON bracelet
SALE Antique BUTTON locket necklace, Victorian shooting star on gold. Price reduced.
Antique BUTTON locket necklace

From Nans Glam:
This is a one of a kind aqua and brown necklace that was featured in Jewelry Affaire Magazine, July 1, 2012. It is abalone and amazonite with copper. I collaborated with Becke of OceanAvenueSilks who provided the hand painted 1" silk ribbon which she designed to go with my beach themed necklace.
Abalone Statement Necklace, Multi Strand, Ribbon Necklace, Summer Necklace, OOAK
Abalone Statement Necklace

From Zizi Rho Designs:
This little thing is perfect for keeping your smartphone in your purse or hanging it on your wrist...
Knit Cell Phone Purse with Strap ~ Smartphone Cozy Case
Knit Cell Phone Purse with Strap

What have you been overlooking lately?

4 comments:

  1. So many pretty things. I have always thought Nan's use of ribbon in her work was very avant garde.

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  2. Love all of these! Can't believe they have been overlooked! Thank you Nan for the shout out!

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