Gold filled and sterling silver spiral earrings are back in stock! Lightly hammered to catch the light, these are favorites for any time of the day or night.
Click HERE if you want to discover more about the historical meaning of the spiral!
Hands down, my most popular earrings - the metals are sterling silver, gold-filled and pure copper. The earrings have a nice silhouette which I think contributes to their popularity. Mixed metals are always popular - goes with any other jewelry, which makes getting ready in the morning super easy.
Lots of movement in these daisy drop earrings in sterling silver, sterling & copper or sterling and gold-filled. I love them in all combinations for pairing with different outfits for every day of the week. How about you?
I have been making these earrings for awhile in sterling silver, gold and black. I decided to feature them today because I have plans in the new year to design a new collection around this idea, to include bracelets, necklaces and more earrings. So stay tuned and look for more to come!
Thank you, Baton Rouge, my hometown, for another wonderful arts market!
Although it got a little (ok, a lot) hot by the end of the market at noon, everyone seemed to take the weather in stride & have a great day!
Laura Teague Jewelry will be back at the Baton Rouge Market the second and third weekends in December, December 9th and 16th - I hope to see you then!
Mixed metal earrings continue to be popular through the fall.
Click HERE to join our circle of jewelry lovers
be the first to see new jewelry designs!
Thought maybe this month would be a good time to post some jewelry from one of my newer collections - La Luna!
Thanksgiving is right around the corner and most of my family comes to our house for the week.
I am always looking for interesting and easy ways to make the table pretty and I came across this simple idea on Pinterest.
I love that all this really takes is some brown paper for the "napkin ring" and a little sprig of rosemary!
Simple and pretty!
Laura lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and creates jewelry inspired by ancient and contemporary designs and motifs.