Uniquely personalized jewelry featuring the handwriting of one you love. A person's handwriting is a unique expression of who they are; like the sound of their laugh, the lines that appear at the corner of their eyes when they smile, or the way they brush their hair off their face. Create a remembrance that is sure to become a treasured heirloom. Made to be worn for a lifetime, loved, and passed down.
Inspired by posey rings that date back to the 5th century. Posey, also spelled "posy" or "posie" is French for poem. Rings were engraved with little poems or short sayings that were religious, friendly, or amorous in nature. Our collection is made of both
antique and present day posies, some paired with the language of plants and flowers. Inscribed sentiments and
hand carved images of nature create messages of love, friendship, and inspiration.
The crinkled petals of a newly blossoming flower draws attention to the message of spring. A flower opens into brilliant beauty after enduring the harshest conditions. Bloom! Push through the dark and the dirt!
Celebrate resiliency, growth, and new life.
"Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature." ~ Gerard de Nerval
A symbol of connection and togetherness, this daintily hand carved link is decorated with a continuous blossoming vine. It serves as a reminder that we flourish when we find our way to ourselves and each other. Who would we be without our people? Who would our people be without us?
"Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who
make our souls blossom." -Marcel Proust
Carefully hand carved boats pay homage to one's path in life. They serve as reminders to live a deeply meaningful life by
navigating forward despite our fears and doubts, by being true to your authentic self, and charting your own course
in order to become who you were meant to be.
The hand carved bohemian flower conjures up feelings of long sunny days, freedom, and surrendering to wild abandon. Our original design is inspired by crewel embroidery of the Jacobean era from the 1500 to 1600s.
"Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair..." ~ Susan Polis Schultz
Folk style cherry blossoms. Their prominent centers invoke being grounded, accepting things as they are,
and letting them go their own way. In the Japanese language of flowers, the cherry blossom represents
an awareness and acceptance of impermanence along with the beauty of imperfection.
The flower conveys gentleness and kindness.
"The Master sees things as they are, without trying to control them.
She lets them go their own way, and resides at the center of the circle." ~ Lao-Tzu