We like to call some pieces that come through “The Kitchen Sink” designs – everything you can think of, is on the necklace. And personally those are my favorites. No concerns for “matching” or for “what do you think” or even “will others understand my necklace?” Yes – I love Kitchen Sink necklaces because they express true individuality.
The inspiration behind our Antoine Molten Coin Hand Stamped Name Necklace is quite simple…sunken treasure. When I was little, I would dream of treasure. Seriously. I would pretend I was a mermaid and dive for beautiful treasures. I even tried to figure out how I could grow-up and become a treasure hunter (now I just frequent Estate Sales). So our Antoine, one of our best sellers, is aged, a deep patina and beautifully worn. As if it’s been sitting at the bottom of the sea watched over only by mermaids.
The super-amazing thing about what we do at Three Sisters is that we peek into people’s lives – names, dates, secret messages, coordinates. We see the beauty in love and relationships. Sometimes I like to think the jewelry that graces my desk is a secret, hidden message directly to me from the universe. Look around – those messages are there.
I am avid music-lover. Any chance I get, I go to a concert. I prefer to have Spotify blaring instead of the drone of the TV. We just ended a five concert frenzy in less than two months and it was wondrous! Outside Lands Festival, Kaaboo Festival, U2, Depeche Mode, Lauryn Hill & Nas. Yeah! Now if I can just figure out how to get to ALR this weekend!
My mother in law is headed to Egypt this Fall. I’m so excited for her – the Egyptian history is so rich and lustrous. I have travel in my bones.
You can count on inspiration behind every one of our pieces – whether completely random or somehow sensical, we thought it would be fun to share what inspires us to push the edge of personalized jewelry. These liquid silver bell bottoms are the inspiration behind our Personalized Diamond Tassel Necklace.
It’s getting to be that time of year… parties, parties and more parties. I’m so in love with this antipasto platter. Inspired by the garden and all things fresh – it brings a bit of spring into fall.
I’ve been playing cards (poker, rummy, go fish) since I was learning how to read. My Grandma taught me how to play with a cigarette hanging out of her mouth. She would play me for my lunch money and honestly, those are some of my best memories. She would stack the deck, let me win and I thought I was a shark at the tender age of 7. I thank my grandma for giving me those memories. Miss her tons.
It’s Southern California and we all know that rain doesn’t happen much around here. But that doesn’t stop me from wishing and waiting for a bit of rain to freshen up the palm trees.