Make this Mother’s Day truly memorable with a piece of handmade jewelry that will be cherished every day for lifetimes to come! We stick to this sentiment and don’t take any celebration, holiday or milestone lightly without providing these important dates with a marked expression of beauty and thought.
Mother’s Day is no exception, so get to picking something utterly unique and special. These luscious treats are a pure representation of how much you cherish all that Mom does! Show where your heart lies and reveal your passions. Our artists await you.
Here is our quick and easy guide to making the most fabulous stack of bracelets you ever did see!
Let the Arm Party begin…
This Mother’s Day, give flowers that last forever!
Honor mom this spring with a bouquet of golden flowers…
or hydrangea petals adorned with glistening blue topaz slices…
Pretty in pink with blossoming branches of beauty…
Check out this very special interview with Annette Ferdinandsen from VO+ Magazine!
Annette Ferdinandsen is a Danish sculptress and designer with a kind sense for beauty who makes all the original designs by her own hands: handcrafted organic creations influenced by nature, her travels and surroundings
Which design elements are the signature features of your brand?
Movement and sculpted forms are a signature of my designs.
How would you describe your creations?
My work is feminine and sensitive, as well as bold and creative.
What feeling do people get from wearing your jewels?
A sense of uniqueness and independence.
Where do you find inspiration?
On my travels to all different environments, based on nature, textiles, paintings…
Every new place one can go will teach you a new appreciation for design.
What kind of material do you love using?
I love gold with colored gemstones with a hint of diamond accents!
Achievements and things you are striving for…
My early works as a designer was recently received at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in their permanent collection. I hope to pursue more interesting one of a kind pieces as well as designs within the home décor.
To learn more about the artist, visit annetteferdinandsen.com/