Saturday, November 7, 2009

Ethora... Euphoria!

"I see the moon and the moon sees me, down through the leaves of an old oak tree..."

What can I say? I could wax poetic on this woman's work for... ever! She makes the most unusual and unique Tree of Life pendants and jewelry that I've ever seen.

Each piece is made of reclaimed silver and other than my absolute favorite (I have a thing for that moon in the barren branches!) with vibrant and beautiful gemstones.

Each one is a celebration of the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and a beautiful, wearable demonstration of your admiration and love for life and mother nature. She even has a
tutorial on how you can make your own!

Now, if the Tree of Life design isn't your thing? Don't worry, Ethora's shop is still definitely worth a browse because not only does Ethora make Tree of Life pendants; she also has some beautiful gemstone rings and earrings as well.


And get this! Not only is each piece she crafts unique, meaningful and durable, they all come with an unconditional lifetime guarantee for as long as she's alive!


So take a look. If you're like me, wandering through her shop won't be just a wonderful browsing and shopping experience but a wonderful experience all the way around! There's just something about Ethora that makes the vibe in her shop reach out and touch on the need for some serenity in all of us!

TO VISIT ETHORA'S SHOP YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE OR, IF YOU RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

5 comments:

ethora said...

Wow, thank you so much!

"Each one is a celebration of the interconnectedness of all life on our planet and a beautiful, wearable demonstration of your admiration and love for life and mother nature."

You totally get me. :)

Mami Made It said...

This peace is so beautiful!

Mami Made It said...

Oooups, I meant 'piece'. Freud is greeting ;)

Fern said...

Oh man! WOW! I see the tree & the moon in your new creation too! I didn't catch it at first, but then I made it out & it's stunning! WOW! You're talented :)
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Fiberpuppy said...

Beautiful!!!

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