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Patty’s Kloset and Sample Sale!

On November 6th we are having our first ever Sample Sale! Come meet me, see the studio where all our jewelry is handmade, and enjoy wine and appetizers while shopping unique pieces you won’t find online. We will also be taking custom orders. Whether you need earrings to match your favorite necklace, or a pin to match your favorite coat, we can create a piece specifically for you. The first 100 people to arrive will receive a free gift. Get your holiday shopping done early!
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I can’t wait. We have been wanting to do this for awhile, and I’m happy it is finally in the works. I really miss having a retail store. Meeting my customers is always such a pleasure. I also love helping people find that perfect piece of jewelry, that they are going to wear forever. I’m hoping we have a great turnout because we have so much jewelry!! Ton’s of old and new pieces that are sitting in the studio and taking up space. So come by after work and bring your friends. We will have wine and cheese and it will be lots of fun.

In other exciting news, Patty of Patty’s Kloset collaborated with us to style some of our pieces. Patty is a NY girl now living in Jersey. Her blog is all about fashion at an affordable price. Her style is fashion-forward and classy, and the looks she features are genuinely wearable and affordable. For example the dress she’s wearing below only cost her $13! But she looks like a million bucks.

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The Hamsa cuff she is wearing can be found here. It is $65 and features Swarovski Crystals and Cat’s Eye. It is adjustable, and you can just squeeze to fit your wrist.  One of my favorite new pieces, and an Etsy exclusive.  il_570xN.637306482_hvux il_570xN.637416999_2kny


The Evil Eye necklace can be found here. One of our most popular items. Simple and so easy to wear with anything. Costs $90 and is embedded with Swarovski Crystals and plated in 24K gold. It was so internist hearing Patty’s personal connection to the Evil Eye. Here is what she said on her blog:

“I chose this evil eye necklace from the collection because it stood out to me. The design was simplistic in nature and gorgeously made. The design also stood out to me because the eye is actually worn as a good luck charm  in the Dominican Republic. This alone brought me back to thoughts from my culture and upbringing. If you guys don’t know, babies usually wear a evil eye bracelet (mal de ojo) to ward off any evil thoughts or wishes.” 

How cool, right? Evil Eye’s are really a universal symbol.