Author Archives: Morgan

November Nuances

There’s something magical about the month of November, and knowing the holidays are drawing ever closer. Of course, the magic of November isn’t found in a single night. It’s the whole month: a month where lights begin to twinkle in
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A Reflection of Love

I can’t believe it’s already August! Summer has kept us busy with family, friends, and special projects. My heart is full with inspiration! Meanwhile at our studio, sketches for the new collection, special custom projects, and inspiration boards fill the
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Happy Mother’s Day

” I carry your heart (I carry it in my heart)” – ee cummings This month, it seems appropriate to reflect on one of the most important sources of my inspiration and the one that guides so many of my
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What’s New: Signature Collection

The concept of the Signature Collection is the beauty of connection and continuity. Circles are a common theme in this collection, highlighted by “Circle of Life” pieces. The Circle of Life pieces were inspired by my mother and three sisters.
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What’s New: Vibrant Collection

My stacking bands, part of my Vibrant Collection, are a series of stacking rings that can be randomly matched and added to symbolize special moments in one’s life. The concept is to be metaphorically layered in love. For mothers in
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Sisters

Perhaps my favorite piece of jewelry from my personal collection is the bespoke pair of sister earrings inspired by my two daughters. I love the earrings’ whimsical beauty and their ability to shine in their rawness. The faces are carved
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April’s Birthstone – The Diamond

“April hath put a spirit of youth in everything.” – William Shakespeare Welcome to April! Spring is in full bloom and new growth and rebirth are everywhere. I love the renewal process that happens during the month of April. It
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An Imperfect Slice of Heaven

Diamond slices are not supposed to be perfect. Their imperfections are what actually add to their value – the more interesting the inclusions and their patterns, the higher the price. The idea of a diamond slice is to cut the
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