Tidings From My Kansas City Jewelry Store!

My office is a casual low-key environment. We do, however, keep in contact with our clients. I send reminders, highlight jewelry I love, and updates on our office. Here are the press and publications I send out including our jewelry lookbook featuring some favorites from the passed year. For your information, I produce these in-house. The ideas, pictures, and layouts are all ours alone.

There is always more information on my blog and social media accounts.

Jewelry Lookbook 2018

Marsha and I keep a few orchid plants and have a collection of African Violets, so for 2018, we pictured some of the beautiful jewelry that has come through our shop alongside some beautiful flowers we have grown. I am very proud of the jewelry, flowers, and the pictures.

For the jewelry, antique styles including filigree and halos continued to be favorites. We also crafted from beautiful pieces with sapphires of all colors and stunning aquamarines. Stackable rose, yellow, and white gold bands with diamonds in different shapes grew in popularity and make a beautiful look. Of coarse, my best seller is still a solitaire round diamond, which Marsha and I photographed a few times.

Please Enjoy (and come see some jewelry and flowers)!

Jewelry Lookbook 2017

I am so excited for the second year of our lookbook. I have so much fun looking through and remembering the pieces we created. Each jewelry project is so different and can be such a whirlwind. Determining what pieces to include this year was not easy. Perhaps, one aspect of custom jewelry that continues to impress me is the great designs my clients find.

In addition to the custom pieces for individuals, I include pieces Marsha and I designed and crafted as beautiful gifts. The pieces we make allow us to experiment with jewelry materials and techniques, which often became incorporated into future custom pieces.

Please Enjoy!

Jewelry Lookbook 2016

As a way to feature our favorite pieces, we produced this Lookbook to send out. As I say in the introduction, it is a reminder that Marsha and I get to craft and sell beautiful treasures everyday. It is our job (and one we are fortunate to have)! 2016 is the first year since moving from my 9286 Metcalf store front that we have sent out such a book.

The pieces are mostly available for holiday gifts though there are a few custom pieces I could not leave out. I will let the rest of the publication speak for itself. Enjoy!

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