Notes From The Road
Our contemporary fashionista customers will love the look of this new ring. It’s two separate rings that can be worn apart or together for a couple of different styles. And you can create a 3rd if you flip one upside down for an offset look. They’re super comfortable too, no matter how you wear them!
We love this design for its uniqueness! The lapis and turquoise are a timeless combo for Mine Finds and we’re really excited for you to see it.
Until next time… Enjoy the shows!
This necklace has gone where no other necklace has gone before. A bold display of color like no other. We’re talking about 36 inches of cool faceted agate beads in orange, black, white and yellow. Many of them have natural little “windows,” allowing you a special glimpse into the magical interior of the stone,
Spark plugs, brake shoes, toilets, sinks, dentures. What are we babbling about, you wonder? Kyanite, of course! These items have one thing in common-porcelain. And Kyanite is used to make porcelain. It’s not all beauty and no brains! This beautiful shimmery blue stone is also very heat resistant and is used to make molds for high temperature metal casting. It’s also used in the automotive and railroad industries. Apart from these industrial uses, we are most familiar with Kyanite as a gemstone. It can be used in all types of jewelry and Jay has demonstrated this in his earrings, rings, necklaces and bracelets. It’s definitely one of our favorite stones!
There’s something in the air and it smells like cool weather and falling leaves. Could it be too soon to think about Christmas? No, it’s never too soon to prepare for the coming holiday season. Here at Mine Finds, it has put us in the mood for red. Red coral, that is. It’s one of our favorite colors and we’re excited to wear it, although you don’t have to wait for Christmas!
Did you hear that? It’s your wardrobe calling, and it wants to revamp your style starting with a special blue opal necklace! Jay found the natural blue rough in India, which is a first for Mine Finds. As you know, Jay usually buys his blue opal from miners in Peru and the US, but it seems they’re no longer producing opals. So, we’re very excited to roll out this new blue opal from India during Jay’s October shows.