For those of us who appreciate one-of-a-kind craftsmanship, artisan jewelry has increasingly become a popular channel for us to display our personality and personal style.
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Stackable rings are everywhere these days and for good reason. From office to formal events, date night or just wearing day-to-day, there are unlimited options in mixing and matching rings to create a look for any occasion. They also give you the perfect opportunity to practice with mixing metals.
One of the gemstones taking center stage in the upcoming Revelry Collection is the sapphire – but not only the classic blue sapphire we all know and love. The sapphires I have hand-selected feature a stunning abundance of hues.
How about some revelry with a fair bit of rebellion mixed in? The upcoming Revelry Collection showcases vibrant asymmetrical rose cut sapphires, garnets and tourmalines in raw, yet elegant settings of silver and 18K gold.
Around 2012, the rules of fashion changed. Mixing gold and silver jewelry was suddenly trendy. Well, I’m not sure about you, but I’m pretty slow to adopt trends, if I adopt them at all. But as a mature (ahem) adult and jewelry designer, I will admit that I was feeling a little left out of the gold love fest. Also, with maturity the idea of perfection just goes out the window, don't you think? Perfectly matched everything is just boring. It’s much more fun to mix things up by experimenting a bit outside of the box.