Our fall collection is here. It comes with a palate of mixed metals and both satin and shinny finish.
Like hand stamping, we love it when things aren't matchy matchy and "just so." Life is not that way and fashion is is about personal expression. Let's keep it interesting, ladies. Let's mix it up. Let's layer it on and customize it by hand with uneven letters.
Today, I gave this letter to a old friend in hopes that it reaches Eugenie Bouchard sometime soon:
I have enjoyed watching your grit and determination on the court.
To celebrate who you are and all the greatness you represent for so many Canadians, I want to gift you this “tell your story” charm necklace - personalized with your first initial on a heart, a tennis racket personalized with a B for your last name, a pearl of wisdom (which also could represent a tennis ball), a Canadian maple leaf for your roots and a key - for you to unlock your goals.
We often see clients that are marking life events - marriages, christenings, birthdays, births. And deaths.
Our jewelry is a way to hold people we love close to our hearts. We are so honoured to share in your stories of love and loss. We love to find ways to celebrate those you love.
This week a client told us the story which we had seen, with heavy hearts, already in the news. A close friend of hers lost a young girl crossing the street nearby us. She wanted to give six family members, including her mother, something special.
I am in my happy place with my boys making unisex sailing rope bracelets poolside with the help of my eldest son. Every summer, I take sailing rope and use a hot flame to permanently glue them onto their wrists or necks - often with a charm or a dog tag and usually before they head off to camp. So,when our North York rep discovered these cool upscale magnetic silver clasps, I was thrilled about the possibility of a removable summer unisex bracelet.
Braided sailing rope bracelets were a childhood staple.