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Our jewelry is sourced from many talented makers. Featured lines are Adajio, Firefly Mosaics, Origin, Tomas, Midnight Mountain Gems, DC Designs, Christoph Poly, Roman Glass and Cora Hornby.


In a workshop in Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala, artisans of the Firefly team are using traditional skills that have accumulated over centuries to make jewelry. Characteristic features of their pieces include strong, distinguishing colors and metalwork of silver plated or antique-finished brass in vintage filigree molds. Japanese and Czech glass beads are used with Austrian Swarovski crystals for detailed embellishments in the clever use of artful mosaics. 


Handmade in New York, these peices have soft patinas on bronze accented with pearls, beads and semi-precious stones. Exquisite details are captured by casting the pendants from the actual plant, using a technique similar to lost-wax casting.


Fragments of ancient glass discovered in archaelogical excavtions of the region between the Jordan River and Mediterranean Sea are used in these pieces. The exquisite patina was created by rich minerals over the course of two thousand years. The collection was crafted by only three designers at Saphirim Rahav, located in Qiryat-Gat, Israel.


Lightweight, unique, and inspired by diverse motifs, Adajio earrings offer a contemporary take on their style. Colorado artist, Barbara MacCambridge, designs with special interests in color and texture for the hand-etched and embellished pieces. The earrings are completed with glass, metal, and crystal components, with sterling or gold-filled wires.


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