You can browse the online catalog using the categories above to see what's available.  The catalog contains thumbnail pictures of the main focal bead(s) of each piece.  To see a whole set, click on the "DETAILS" link.  

You can also search the entire inventory of jewelry by category, theme, necklace or bracelet length, price range or keywords.

Use the button to place any you are interested in into your online shopping cart, and it will keep track of them (including their pictures) during your visit.  You can add or delete any of them at any time or checkout when you're ready. 

My specialty is creating "Sets" which include the necklace with matching bracelet and earrings so you won't have to worry about finding coordinating accessories.  There are some necklaces for sale by themselves or with just earrings as noted; however, sets cannot be sold as separate pieces.  The lengths of necklaces, bracelets and earrings are stated (click here for common lengths and measuring methods).  Lengths do not include the length of the main focal bead, which is noted separately. All beading materials are described as accurately as possible so that you know exactly what you're getting.  For example, if the word "Garnet" or "Amethyst" is used, it is real Garnet or Amethyst (including the grade, when known); otherwise it will state amethyst transparent glass, etc.  Earrings are for pierced ears, but you may usually request a different type of ear-wires (Leverbacks, French Wires or Ball Posts) to suit your preference (just let me know in the "special instructions" part of the checkout form).  

When comparing prices, remember you are getting several pieces of jewelry in each set!  Each bracelet is about 1/3 to 1/2 the length of the necklace and contains the same beads as the necklace (minus the main focal bead).  The earrings also use the same matching beads.  Some sets have both dangle earrings and studs for even more coordination possibilities.  I think you'll agree they are a great value.

Every set is one-of-a-kind to be uniquely yours! 


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