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Elena Adams Designs Newsletter - February 9th, 2009



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Greetings!
 
Lots of new jewelry in this issue as well as the latest installment from the blog. Enjoy!

Sincerely,
Elena Adams

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Sterling Silver Picasso Jasper EarringsNew Earrings Available

Sterling Silver Picasso Jasper Earrings

Picasso Jasper is an incredible stone: with delicate streaks of black it looks like it could have been painted by hand. Only one pair available. See them here


Sterling Silver Chain Drape Earrings with Amethyst


Sterling Silver Chain Drape Earrings
with Amethyst

Stop the show with these delicate chain earrings. Multiple strands, hang to nearly 3.5", paired with A-grade amethyst drops. Only one pair available.
See them here.



Sterling Silver Star, Amethyst and Iolite Slave EarringsSterling Silver Star, Amethyst and Iolite Slave Earrings

Be your own brightest star with these pretty slave earrings. Iolite dances inside sterling silver stars, on a chain of amethyst. Only one pair available.
See it here

And more! See all the earrings here.

New from the Signature Collection
Starry Nights Smokey Topaz Necklace

Starry Nights Smokey Topaz NecklaceSmokey topaz in multiple shades makes a wonderful base for this handmade pendant. Capture the moon and the stars in fine silver (at least 99% silver) and pay tribute to our beautiful night sky.

See the necklace here
The Latest From the Blog
Ruby Red Fossil Stone Necklace


Ruby Red Fossil Stone Necklace Looks like it's time to pull out your arm warmers again! Big, bright, day-glow colors are making a spring come-back. Gucci, DKNY, and Michael Kors are all showing off their beach-side best. Keep it in line by sticking to block colors and simple prints like stripes and polka dots. Not ready to plunge into this look yet? Try a classic suit and pair it with a bright, mod-style necklace, or over the top, colorful earrings.

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