Double Happiness, which began with sisters Stephanie Wells and Alisa Rottenberg tinkering in their garage, has grown into company with a magnificent team of women every bit as unique as the jewelry they make. Case in point: “Sisi” combines brass beads and coins with handmade paper beads from Project Have Hope — http://www.projecthavehope.org/. What’s more, the collection is designed and handcrafted in a Southern California studio, which we think is double the fun.
From studying fine art in college to working with props and costumes at a Boston theater, designer Michelle Watson has always had an artistic streak. Today she uses her love of color and texture to create a collection of gorgeous jewelry using only a few tools. No chemicals. No soldering. We immediately fell for the collection when we first saw it. Now you can, too. Please stop by to see Mimi & Lu’s handmade gems. They will not disappoint.
From the vibrant colors of India, to organic seaside shapes such as shells and seaweed, to precious collections of postcards and photographs, Wendy Wink casts a wide net of inspiration. Go on a journey with her here: http://bit.ly/sHENrL
Spring Street’s glamorous tiger ring was spotted on the fingers of fashionable editors at the spring runway shows. It’s a purr-fect way to add a bit of razzle dazzle for day—or night. Stop by to see our selection of sparkly gems that will take you through the holidays and beyond.
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