Original Purple Textile Ring One of Kind Ready to Ship
Textile ring made from twisted ribbons decorated with beads on Silver Tone Brass Nickel Free Adjustable Ring Base 40×30 mm (1.18″x1.57″)
Green With Envy-Sterling Silver Hoops
Sterling Silver Moss Aquamarine Hoop Earrings
Twisted Blue Bacteria Inspired Earrings
Twisted Blue Bacteria Inspired Earrings:
I am completely, totally, and faithfully in love with this first bracelet.
And these other ones are incredible as well.
If God didn’t want you to have it, He never would have let you see it.
Well, alrighty then.
Gogo Borgerding combines her love of vibrant color with her passion for bold design to create sterling silver and anodized aluminum cuff bracelets. Borgerding fashions the top layer of each cuff in silver, and then rivets the silver to a bottom layer of colorful anodized aluminum. The result is reminiscent of 1950’s picnic-ware– bright silver melded with luscious roses, golds, and reds, each cuff a refreshingly timeless piece of jewelry.
It is said that the stimulating effects of coffee were discovered by a 9th century goat-herder who observed his goats becoming livelier and more energetic after consuming the fruit of a certain bush. As the story goes, the shepherd gathered up some of the coffee “cherries”, brewed himself a drink and, as any coffee lover can well-imagine, became hooked.
Whether that’s a true tale or a tall-tale, historical records show that by the 15th century coffee consumption was wide-spread throughout Africa and the Middle East. It wasn’t until the mid-1600s, though, that coffee merchants began importing the beans on a large-scale basis to the Netherlands, home of Europe’s first coffeehouses. Today, coffee is enjoyed world-wide and has become a part of our cultural landscape. Cafes and coffee-shops are everywhere and “going for coffee” remains an affordable daily indulgence; even with today’s economic belt-tightening. For some of us, it is the one vice that we have allowed ourselves to hang on to.
If you think ‘chainmail’ and immediately images of jousting come to mind, then you’re really missing out.
Beautiful, elegant, and timeless. Chainmail jewelry in silver, gold and enameled copper by Red Panda.
Frida Methusalemsdottir: I was born and raised in Reykjavik Iceland, lived in New York working as a make-up artist for 12 years.
In 2002 I moved to Nelson New Zealand and began making my jewellery.
I enjoy working in my home based workshop, and the flexibility it gives me as a mother to my 7 year old son Jesse Thorir.
I like sterling silver combined with drops of gold, organic shapes that feel good to wear and touch.
I like to reveal sophistication through simplicity.