Show Me The Money Bracelet

by Lynette Novak
(Boulder County, Colorado)

Show Me The Money Bracelet

Show Me The Money Bracelet

Grey, white and black coin freshwater pearls (hence the name) are creatively linked with a .925 Sterling pear shaped connector to three more strands of different sized freshwater pearls. Finished with a .925 Thai sterling silver toggle. Fits up to a 7 1/2 inch wrist.


I wanted to make a bracelet to match a coin pearl necklace that I had made...not having a lot of coin pearls left...I needed a unique way to stretch my materials! The bracelet is a hit and I am complimented on it often.

A little about me: I have always loved jewelry and accessories. I believe it's in my blood...I remember my grandmother in her dining room, sorting through piles of blue & gold boxes with treasures in them. Women of a certain age will remember Sarah Coventry and my grandmother was a successful sales representative for them in the 1970's. Creativity was fostered in her home for myself, my siblings and my cousins. What a gift!

I love semi-precious beads, silver, stone beads, fabrics, papers, ribbons, pearls, buttons and flowers. Recently I have been fortunate to do what I love and create jewelry for others to enjoy. RockHill Designs was launched with a friend in July 2009 and I am looking forward to creating my way through 2011.

Lynette Novak
Owner/Designer
RockHill Designs
www.rockhill-designs.com

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I am from Fort Collins, Colorado- I love your eclectic design of the bracelet and the colors of the pearls paired with silver. Boulder is such a beautiful city, I would imagine you'll find a great artistic community there and enjoy your new business. Best of luck!

Emma

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