Do you remember Daryl Hannah emerging from the ocean in Splash? We do!
Necklaces (top to bottom): 1) Vintage Coral and brass chain by hitchcock Madrona. 2) “Sunken Treasure Necklace” comprised of chandelier crystal and vintage elements by Subversive Jewelry. This looks like it was found at the bottom of the ocean!
Rings (left to right): 1) Snake ring by Eric Saeter (Kate’s own). 2) “Oyster Ring” also by Eric Saeter.
Bracelets (left to right): 1) Vintage chain and pearl by Xenia Mara (another new one!). 2) Vintage Bakalite found by hitchcock Madrona.
These aren’t actually men’s shoes (my feet are not that big), but they are MADE like men’s shoes. I purchased these in Orvieto, Italy on holiday with my family in June. These are handmade in Italy with substantial materials and detailed finish work. It struck me – women’s shoes are NOT made with substance. I could feel the difference just by picking up one shoe. I was sold.
Earrings: Sterling silver, brass and waxed linen earrings by Winifred Grace.
Rings: (left to right) 1) Sterling Silver monogram signet ring by hitchcock Madrona. 2) Indian head penny (1905) and sterling silver ring by Shannon Koszyk. 3) Steel “Ace” ring (personal).
I am off this weekend for Casey’s family reunion tomorrow. Dustin will be in the store Saturday. Then D and I are off to Edmonton, Canada for an inspirational trip. Kate is back in the store on Sunday. Yeah!
One of our fabulous artists, Debra Baxter , just launched her new website featuring our own (yes, she is OURS) Kate as the model. Everything perfection.
We have a sterling silver version of Debra’s “Crystal Corsage” $550 (above) in the shop right now. It is beyond wonderful and strangely wearable (you have to come try it on). It is featured on the current COVER of Seattle Metropolitan Bride & Groom Magazine (thanks Laura!).
How beautiful are these photos?!