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Sand and Sea Pendant

Our new pendant is reminiscent of walks on the beach as the cerulean blue water laps at your feet, sand squishing between your toes. Here there are a trove of seashells as far as the eye can see.    46 more words

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Double Diamond Earrings

Welcome to a new chapter in NEC jewelry – patinated copper. To Native Americans, the diamond shape mean transformation, immortality and protection. These qualities fit perfectly for our new earrings – Sterling Silver (for feminine energy) and Copper (for healing energy) on Sterling Silver ear wires.  6 more words

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Gates of Spring Earrings

With all of her floral swag, spring enters in with beauty and grace promising renewal and new beginnings.  Our new pretty gives a nod to this season and the past.  38 more words

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Wings of Light Pendant

“Feet, what do I need you when I have wings to fly,” Friday Kahlo. Our new pendant embraces this idea of flying–following your dreams.  The brass etched image from a photo shoot in Galveston, Texas includes subtle cutouts inviting the “light” of Sterling Silver (Feminine energy) to shine through.  15 more words

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Abstracted Copper Hoop Earrings

I love the practicality and flexibility of hoop earrings. Our new pretties create a variation on this theme. An abstracted photo etched image from the painted churches of Schulenburg, Texas carves a subtle shape on the bold Copper band while Silver ear wires add the finishing touches.  13 more words

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The Ray of Amethyst Pendant

An abstracted image from the painted churches of Schulenburg, Texas is photo etched on copper and serves as the backdrop fo this new pendant.  While Sterling Silver highlights the deep purple Amethyst, the stone of protection that captures the light.  12 more words

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Gothic Rose Earrings

Breathtaking, awe inspiring and sometimes didactic, stained glass windows hold a special place in my heart.  Medieval and Gothic art was the very first Art History course and the fixture of silica and sand still fascinates my to this day.  31 more words

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