Equestrian Spirit. Horse Love.

I began riding at the age of ten and competed tirelessly in hunter, jumper and equitation divisions throughout my teen years. Once a girl falls for horses, it’s forever love. Even though life took me along a path to university and on to raising children, I never lost my passion. Doesn’t everyone want a pony?…

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Vintage Sparkle. Let it Snow.

Vintage jewelry is a favorite of mine. As a child I coveted my grandmother’s brooches and beads. They always looked so pretty and added a personal touch to every outfit. There’s mystery, history and the element of daring to be different when you find just the right piece. And the brooches in particular are often large…

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Water & Mud. It’s Lokai.

My daughter discovered the Lokai bracelet and immediately asked if she could order one. How could I say ‘no’ to a bracelet with two meaningful beads, one with filled with mud from the Dead Sea and the other with water from Mount Everest. If you visit their web site, you can read the founder’s story,…

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Charmed. Estate Jewelry.

Estate jewelry comes with a history. It’s often a mystery, although sometimes the former owner shares things with the seller who can pass it along to the new owner. Not so for this old world charm, but I imagine it to have been on a magnificent bracelet with many others collected over the years. The…

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Love. My Name Necklace.

Inspired by Carrie Bradshaw. Yes I was. I was familiar with name necklaces from high school. They were very popular at the time. I always coveted one, as I do love things with a personal touch. Watching Sex in the City re-ignited my obsession with the name necklace. My online search began and I landed…

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