Day 75: Quench charm bracelet

{relaxing in our temporary apartment}





Yes!  I’m finally resurfacing in Hamburg : )

Quench sterling silver and gemstone charm bracelet (see story, below).  Sterling silver and diamond pinky ring.  Diamond, platinum and white gold engagement ring.

The charm bracelet was handmade by my dear friends at Quench Jewelry Arts, where I worked on my jewelry designs for the last 6 months in Minneapolis.  This was their going-away gift for me!  Isn’t that AWESOME?!  Purple because it’s my favorite color, a kitty because I love cats (I have 2!), the Spoon for the famous Minneapolis Spoon Bridge, lips because I love making jewelry in the shape of lips, and then lots of other gorgeous sterling silver and rhinestone charms!  Thanks again to Sarah and ‘the crew’ at Quench!!   I LOVE IT!!!

Brooks Brothers button-down; Joe’s Jeans jeans; Target watch.


P.S. Notice the mug on the left-hand side of the first photo?  It’s mine, and it matches my jeans!

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  1. moralinda on January 21, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    Found your blog while looking for Alexis Lahellec jewelry. Like your postings, and like your travels through Europe. Wondering if you sell the jewelry you find. If so, interested.

    Keep up the beauty.

    • Katherine on January 22, 2013 at 4:10 am

      Hi & thanks for reading my blog! I would sell some of my jewelry, but not my Alexis Lahellec set. Sorry! But if you see something else that you like, let me know!


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