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Necklaces Jewelry is more than adornment. It’s an expression of the wearer. For these eight studio artists, the urge to create is incessant, and is inspired by ...Read More »
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2009 NICHE AWARDS Finalists, friends and retailers celebrated the best in fine North American craft at the 2009 NICHE Awards, held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia Feb. ...Read More »
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For the Boys These jewelry artists understand that gold doesn't have to be girly, diamonds don't have to be delicate, and beautiful, handcrafted jewelry isn't only a woman's prerogative. ...Read More »
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It’s A Man’s World Too The next time a man enters your store and says he’s looking for a piece of jewelry, it just might be for himself. Men’s interest in ...Read More »
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What’s In A Name? Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is way too cosmopolitan to compare to Mayberry, and yet it shares some of the best features of that mythical township. Families stroll ...Read More »
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Record for the Hungry Seventy-year-old ceramist Albert Goldreich broke the record for “continuous throwing on the potter’s wheel by one person” on Jan. 24 at 18 Hands Gallery in Houston, ...Read More »
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News from the Gallery Front Brush Strokes Gallery in Fredericksburg, Va., celebrates its fifth anniversary April 3 with a First Friday reception for the month-long exhibition of Kandra Orr’s paintings. Brush ...Read More »
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Delay for Some Producers of Children’s Products In response to a series of 2007 toy recalls, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) went into effect Feb. 10, with some very important caveats ...Read More »