The Power of the Full Moon – Charms and Talismans for Completion

The moon is full, so it’s the perfect time to finish all languishing projects and tie up loose ends. Traditionally, the full moon doesn’t refer to just the night of the full moon, but the three days before and after the full moon. Completion and Culmination Leading up to the 4th day of the full moon, … Continue Reading

Pearls: Stunning Jewelry and Strange Terminology

Despite our love of Pearls, not many people who stop by our store are all that interested in them. Is it because they’re not as shiny as other gemstones? Or maybe they’re not perfectly uniform like our strands of round or faceted beads? Or is it they aren’t in that exact shade or size or … Continue Reading

Learn how versatile Traditional Silk Knotting really is!

Knotting string is one of the easiest techniques to learn if you’re a beginner. It can also make beautiful statement pieces that look far more complicated than they actually are. Silk knotting can be used to create bracelets, necklaces, or earrings with any bead that can fit on silk, cotton, or even leather cord. It … Continue Reading

Everything you didn’t know about emeralds

Emeralds are renowned for their beautiful green color and unique cut. They’re a popular gemstone that looks fantastic against every skin tone and suits every occasion. Emeralds are a beryl crystal, putting them in the same family as aquamarines and morganite, and are naturally hexagonal in shape. Emeralds get their color from trace amounts of other … Continue Reading

Marvelous May Sale! – Gemstone Pairs and Gemstone Pendants

All of our gemstone pairs and pendants are on sale for May! Buy any one pair of gemstones or pendant and get 10% off. If you find a matching pendant to a pair of citrine tear drops, you can buy the 2 for 20% off. If you can’t help yourself, you can buy three or … Continue Reading

Support small businesses during National Small Business Week!

What better way to bring attention to small businesses in the US than a national holiday week? President John F. Kennedy started National Small Business Week in 1963 by calling for the celebration of the backbone of our economy. Every year since, there have been functions and conventions held to promote small businesses and help … Continue Reading