We're especially excited to share a new metalworking technique, Mokume Gane, with you all! Beth had an awesome time learning to work in this medium - it's made with thin layers of recycled sterling silver and copper. The top layer is sanded down to reveal the layer below, and this allows an artistto create swirling patterns that we think resemble the sandstone cliffs that make up Pictured Rocks. You can see this texture on our Grand Portal and Mini Grand Portal Pendants.
Beth has also been experimenting with shape! Our Lakeshore Sunset Earrings feature a mixed metal design and a unique, upside-down teardrop shape.
It's time for a giveaway, but this time with a twist! Enter to win a Sunset on the Pictured Rocks Pendant by going on our digital scavenger hunt. Depicting the most spectacular natural wonder the Upper Peninsula has to offer, our Sunset on the Pictured Rocks Pendant valued at $405, has a gleaming sky made up of
We're excited to announce that we're releasing a limited line of stone earrings on November 8th! This is one of our most common customer requests, and has been a long time in the making. Because Great Lake Stones are so unique, it can be difficult to find a "pair" that are similar enough to set in earrings. But we've saved our matches, and we hope you love them as much as we do!
Although I am still in the early years of my twenties, I have had so many amazing experiences because of travel. I believe getting out of your comfort zone and exploring new places, go hand in hand on the journey to “growing up.” Originally from a small town like so many others, I did not have the opportunity to travel