You may have already heard, but Sierra herself is all sold out! Get the last of her stock here, at the Coveted Home.
This necklace is handcrafted in India using a polki cut diamond and 14K gold. The diamond is a slice that has been backed by silver foil to reflect the light.
Named the Primrose Necklace after one of our favorite prairie flowers that blooms in the spring and summer after the prairie has been burned. When you catch it in the evening light it seems to glow with a beautiful yellow color.
-14K Yellow Gold
-Size: 16″ long
-Diamond Size: .5 Carat
-Diamond is from Zimbabwe
It was love at first sight when I walked into Coveted Home and spotted our new Janelle Gramling collection. The wallhangings immediately grabbed my attention – jaw-dropping! The air plant vases (with the tiny little air plants) are so adorable, and the jewelry is lovely and unique! Melanie was taking the Talisman necklace for a spin; it looked so chic with her boxy white tee. Everyone at Coveted Home is smitten with Janelle’s work, and we’re delighted to share it with you! We have a limited supply, so if you like what you see, you’d better move quickly! Please feel free to call or email the shop with any questions. (816.437.7958 or email@example.com)
About the Maker:Janelle Gramling is a self-taught artist who lives and works in Milwaukee, WI. She marries textiles and ceramics to create distinctive, beautiful home decor pieces and wearable accessories. She lives in a the historic home that she rehabbed and shares with her with family. That is quite an interesting story in its own right. You can read about it here (but first, check out these beauts!)
Limited Edition Wallhangings from left to right: Arc – grey + porcelain ($68), Talisman ($68) Suns and Stars ($98), Moon (SOLD), and Arc – Peach ($68)
Vase + Air plant – sold separately ($22)
Talisman Necklace ($58)
Janelle Gramling Jewelry: Stoneware Studs ($28) and Stream Necklace ($38)
Ceramic Point Necklace ($38)
Thanks so much for letting us share your work with Kansas City, Janelle!
Mornings that begin with delivery truck greetings are guaranteed to be wonderful days. Like on Christmas, we frantically tear through boxes to reveal highly anticipated new inventory. Instead of Hallmark cards, we read shipping invoices. No bows; just bubble wrap. It’s not fancy, but man, a day that starts out with box cutters and cardboard is a damn good day. Saturday was no exception.
Meet Mariele Ivy, owner and designer behind Young in the Mountains. Born and raised in Montana; now living in Colorado. Mariele is an uber-talented designer as her handmade wares range from ceramics to handbags to jewelry. Made from recycled sterling silver + reclaimed hardwoods, her jewelry is edgy, fierce, simplistic. Each ceramic piece is hand built with a contrast between stark white porcelain and black graphic patterns that tend to look like modern artifacts. We can’t decide what we love most. And we don’t want to. We’ll take it all!
Although she works in varying mediums, Mariele has been making jewelry since she was 5 years old. “Jewelry communicates status and style. Without speaking you can be striking, powerful or intimidating. You are sharing something about your self when you choose to add something to your body.” – Mariele Ivy
Welcome Young in the Mountains to Coveted Home! Stop by the shop today to see these beauties in person. Or take one home, but we may fight you for it!
We are all suffering from “spring fever”. I think it shows when you see our latest arrivals at the shop. Fresh pillows showcased in citrine. New jewelry from Takara (based out of Portland). A few of our favorites from local jewelry designer, Jennifer Janesko. And a restock of The Object Enthusiast’s beloved ceramic vessels and ring dishes. Stop by the shop to say hello and catch up on all that we are currently coveting. And beware, this fever is contagious. All items are available through our online boutique if you wish to stay indoors.
I am so excited about the new jewelry line we have picked up! I happened upon Sara Cramer’s jewelry at First Friday a few months ago and was instantly in love with it. A little bit edgy, a little bit glamor and 100% striking, Sara’s jewelry line is taking off. She has only been at this for a short time now and is already having a hard time keeping up with orders. There is so much local artistic talent in Kansas City and I love it when I come across someone who is a good fit for collaboration at Coveted Home. And of course, what’s a furniture boutique without a few fun fashion pieces?;)
Sara sent me a few photos of the pieces we have here, but there is much more–lots of great earrings, bracelets and necklaces. The pieces are made of glass beads and the prices are great. Stop by to see our full collection.
Double loop bracelets, $65 ea.
Gold two toned striped bracelet, $125
Breast plate necklace, $115
Assortment of earrings: $25-$45
The first 3 images were taken by MKII Photography and the last photo was taken by me here at the store, which is why it looks awful in comparison. I just wanted to show some of the earrings as well though.