Thursday, October 14, 2010

ETSY featured shop: Lunar Blue Designs

This week I'm featuring a lovely ETSY shop;  Lunar Blue Designs.



Lunar Blue Designs is the creation of Jennifer and Amy Grier, sisters and business partners who are passionate about gemstones and handmade jewelry.

With a Ph.D. in Planetary Science, Jennifer has deep and unique insight into the origin and characteristics of gemstones. She crafts most of the jewelry in our shop, and does it with a purposeful eye toward how each type of gemstone shapes the personality of a piece of jewelry.

Amy is drawn to Asian art and creates gemstone and glass malas, prayer beads, and devotional jewelry. She draws on her M.A. in East Asian Studies to design each item with authenticity, but always combined with her own vision of how a piece can fit conveniently and stylishly into modern life.

Above all, we believe in quality, passion, and a lot of fun!




'Lunar Blue Designs' by IvyRoad

Gothic Bat and Blood Ne...

$40.00
Blue Glass Dangle Earri...

$19.00
Spider Web Agate, Amber...

$72.00
Grounding Mahogany Obsi...

$59.00
Celestial Trio Crystal ...

$105.00
108 Bead Hand Knotted M...

$59.00
Set of Three Designer G...

$99.00
Sparkling Blue Glass an...

$49.00
Autumn Leaf Earrings --...

$22.00
Bronzite and Gold Clois...

$139.00
Dark Green Fluorite and...

$29.00
Ruby Zoisite Necklace, ...

$189.00
Glowing Moon Goddess Ne...

$39.00
Gothic Black Cross Neck...

$49.00
Large Round Prism Cryst...

$125.00
Lapis and Bali Sterling...

$105.00


Please be sure to stop by and check out their shop, you wont be disappointed!


4 comments:

Designer and Craftsperson said...

Thanks for the shout out - you have a really fun blog here. I like the eclectic topics, especially the recipe for sopapillas. :) Maybe with your recipe I'll be successful for the first time trying to make them at home. And now I'm getting hungry ...
Jennifer Lunar Blue Designs Blog

Creative Director said...

Hi Stefanie--Thanks for the feature! I'm still hoping that bat will find his forever home. :-)

Amy
Lunar Blue Designs

Stefanie said...

Thanks ladies!! And thanks for the shout out on your blog as well!

Jennifer the key to sopapillas is having the oil hot enough and not using too much of it! :) Hope that helps.

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Hi, Thanks for sharing this beautiful Etsy site. They do a wonderful job with all the color coordination. I always like looking at what other jewelry designers are up to. Wonderful designs;-)