Neck Candy. Too sweet to resist.

 Summer is all about color and our designers have not disappointed. We are so obsessed with all the tints and prints popping up this season. Our new arrivals are like candy -- too sweet to resist -- and hand crafted with the most vibrant hues. These pieces pair well with color blocks and prints to create textured and complex ensembles; or, they also work well as statement pieces on a simpler canvas. Here are 3 pieces we would like to personally introduce to you. Take one of these delectable treats home with you and let's sprinkle this Summer with lots of color.


We just added this beauty to our inventory and can hardly contain ourselves. We're not sure what we would rather do -- eat it, or wear it! The Nisrine Necklace is handmade with multi colored chalcedony accent gemstones. Chalcedony is a form of quartz in microcrystalline form, which can occur in a wide range of colors and sizes. Chalcedony comes from the latin word 'Chalcedonius', which some claim is named after "Chalcedon" -- an ancient seaport known today as Kadikoy, Turkey. We give this colorful gem a definite thumbs up as a great addition to your summer jewelry box.

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This is such a fun and versatile piece that can ebb and flow with you for those long summer days. Work or play, the Jess Necklace can rise to many occasions, and is the perfect accessory for a classy high neck blouse, or a flirty, frilly V-neck dress. We feel it for ya though -- peach, blue or red? Which color will you choose? We say, you can't go wrong with either of these popping hues!  



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This! One of our all time favorites. Featured in Elements Magazine and StyleWithinReach, the Blake Necklace is made from Howlite. Howlite is an amazing gemstone known for its grey veining and stress-relieving properties. Some say it calms, helps insomnia and absorbs negative energy. So many reasons why we love this treasure, and we know you will too! 

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