We are so excited to share this divine new jewelry collection with you! There is nothing like the beauty of diamonds and natural stones to add elegance and sophistication to any ensemble, whether it's a white t-shirt and jeans, or a little black dress.These one-of-a-kind pieces from Turkey are perfect to wear now, to kick off the holiday season - and versatile enough to wear year round. Composed of antiqued sterling, diamonds, pearls and stones such as iolite, labradorite and emeralds, this jewelry is meticulously designed and created to be timeless and worn for years to come.

Each piece is truly unique so please contact us to reserve any of the pieces you see here.

1. Moonstone/Diamond/Labradorite Pendants: $395-595
2. Pearl/Diamond Bead Necklace: $395
3. Pearl/Diamond Bracelet $595 and Diamond Earrings $1,495
4. Baroque Pearl/Black Diamond Necklace: $595
5. Shagreen/Diamond Bracelet: $1,595 each
6. Iolite/Diamond Lariat: $1,495
7. Citrine Necklace: $1,295
8. Labradorite/Diamond/Emerald Necklace: $895
9. Feather Earrings: $1,795

From Kim: In addition to the beautiful topography of Santa Barbara, we are surrounded by a multitude of cultural treasures.  One of the oldest and most iconic is our  "Queen of Missions." Founded by Franciscan Friar Fermin de Lasuen on the Feast of St. Barbara, December 4 1786, the Mission is unique with it's twin bell towers, a feature restricted to a cathedral church.  Most visitors know the classic exterior view, yet a visit inside the main chapel (pictured), gardens and cemetery is fascinating. The Mission has the oldest tradition of choral singing among the California Missions and in the 19th century served in part as a college, making it Santa Barbara's first institution of higher learning. I always make an evening visit to the creche set up mid-December, wonderfully back lit by the Mission facade under a big shimmering starry sky.

July 19, 2023 by Kimberly Hayes

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