August 08, 2012
Rose Gilley Designs
Shannon's goal is to create pieces of jewelry that make you feel at home, the go to piece that makes you feel like you are with your favorite relative or your best friend.
Her goal has been to add color and element to an individual's day to day attire and personality. Each design is created with semi-precious and precious gemstones, handcrafted in a 1940s, Tudor style bungalow home in Sacramento, California. No two pieces are the same, and only one original design is sold.
Shannon's hope is that you will find her designs to compliment your lifestyle, as well as add multiple dimensions to your soul.
I was recently sent the beautiful necklace featured to the left, called "Some Like It Blue Necklace." It's made with faceted aquamarine stones, and round peruvian opal blue stones, wire wrapped together to create a long flowy necklace using 14 kt gold filled chain and metal to create a hammered disc, and a necklace about 30 inches in length.
I loved how light this necklace was, but it's definitely noticeable. I wear green, blue or some variety of these colors almost every day, so this necklace was the perfect addition to my collection of accessories. I love the texture of the hammered discs in comparison to the smooth stones. I feel the contrasting textures make this even more appealing to the eye, and fun to wear.
I would definitely recommend Rose Gilley to friends or family (or anyone for that matter) who are looking for beautiful jewelry or gift ideas!
Check out her beautiful pieces here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/RoseGilleyDesigns?ref=seller_info
Below is a video from Rose Gilley's website showcasing the many pieces available: http://www.rosegilleydesigns.com/index.html
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