Archive for the ' Bracelets ' Category

Aug 11

A Father’s Love and a Love of Horses My client Cheryl had a special coin from her deceased dad that she wanted to wear. She also happens to loves horses. I encouraged her to add her love of horses to whatever piece of jewelry we ended up making to make it that much more wearable. […]

Apr 14

It’s the Story of an Opal Bracelet Cheryl inherited a ring with opals that wasn’t really her cup of tea. Yet, the opals had been her mother’s and she wanted to wear them to remember her. As a redesigning jeweler I  will share the steps of this jewelry makeover project.

Oct 8

Taco Dinner Delayed by Crappy Clasps! Who hasn’t had chain clasps from hell? I’ve had lots of them. There’s nothing more frustrating than rushing to get dressed for dinner at your favorite taco place, and then  wasting time trying to put on your necklace with a clasp that just won’t work! Argh! Somehow, the hook […]

Jan 13

Neglect Not, The Little Diamonds! I run into clients all the time with small caches of tiny diamonds. Sometimes they’re loose. Sometimes not. Often, the diamonds are set in some ancient—and out of date—piece of jewelry they wouldn’t be caught wearing in a million years.