Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Chaya Studio Jewelry #ChayaStudioJewelry

Chaya Studio

Even if we don't always admit it, we all secretly hope for something beautiful during the holiday's. This year Wrapped Up N U has partnered with Chaya Studio to bring you the beauty of the season. Chaya Studio's designs are handcrafted in Maine. The designs to me have a simple elegant flow that is breathtaking. When I looked over their web page I really had a hard time picking one item. So, this time I just said surprise me. And surprise me they did with the necklace in the phone. The Bending Blossoms Pendent that retails from $88 to $151 depending on what you select.
They offer a wide range from rings, earrings, bracelets, necklaces and even custom jewelry. Each comes ready for gift giving in their own ribbon tied box. Check them out today, their staff would love to help you find the gift your loved one with treasure for a lifetime.

Product Description

Chaya Caron finds inspiration for her work in the beauty of wild flowers, the poetic details of the
coastal landscape and the preservation of a moment. A fusion of natural elegance and stylish minimalism, her works of art are infused with details that expose the essence of the subject, such as the grace of a bird or the posture of a flower. Her award-winning designs are prized by owners and collectors across the country and in South America and Europe. In addition, she has been selected for inclusion at a number of high-profile juried shows throughout the country, including the exclusive New Orleans Jazz Festival; Craft Boston; Morristown Craft Market in Morristown, N.J.; and the Germantown Friends School Show in Philadelphia.

Committed to eco-friendly practices, she creates her popular lines and custom work with "Harmony Metals," hand-forged, upcycled metals and sustainable materials,
including gold, silver and platinum, along with previously mined diamonds and Fair Trade diamonds and colored stones.

In addition to her signature lines, Chaya is earning a legion of fans for her custom works and her "repurposed" pieces created with a client's existing jewelry. Her custom wedding rings are also quickly gaining attention from the LGBT community as more and more couples want their rings to truly reflect their individuality and the uniqueness of their bond.

A disclaimer and disclosure: * I received one or more of these product in exchange for a review. I was compensated with product for my reviews however, all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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