Archive for the ' Inherited jewelry ' Category

Feb 22

Vikki at a Crossroads Vikki came to me with an inherited ring from her mother. She thought the design was beautiful, but the ring’s size was an issue. Not only was the ring too big for her finger – its design was just too big for her taste. Vikki was upset that her mother’s ring […]

Sep 28

A Story of Loss and Inherited Jewelry Debra’s lovely story, which was featured on a previous blog post of mine, caught the attention of Dr. Oz’s magazine, The Good Life. This wonderful re-working of Debra’s mother’s wedding band into a piece of memorial jewelry for Debra to wear was a meaningful project for us both. […]

Mar 17

Sometimes Rings Fall Through the Cracks in Life My client Carol inherited a tired looking tiny band ring. It had wonderful memories because it was from her Grandmother. It had never really seen the light of day since she’d  received it years ago. She wondered if there was a way to make it look more […]

Dec 9

A Makeover for My Wedding Band? Many people have a gold wedding band, or platinum for that matter, that needs some care and love to bring it back to beautiful life. In a way we still see our band as how it looked when we received it and don’t notice that it’s changed. Sort of […]

Oct 7

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Charm Bracelets Charm bracelets are so full of love and memories and cute little jewelry treasures. That’s the good news. The bad news is they catch on things, rip your nylons, wreck your sweaters, (the ugly!) scratch your key board and get in the way. What’s a […]

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