Better Than a Box
Nice things often come in tiny boxes. Here are several sources of unique and elegant items of horse jewelry.
Gold is almost always a fine choice for an item of jewelry.
And diamonds are you know who's best friend.
Feeling romantic? A string of pearls may be the perfect choice.
(Just between you and me and our horses, I think a string of pearls with only pearls is nicest.)
There's a wide choice in jewelry with an equine theme, certainly with gold and diamonds in mind, not to mention silver, pewter and other precious and semi-precious stones. You can even get a string of pearls with a equine-themed pendant.
We're always on the lookout for sources of fine horse jewelry, be it a large distributor or a small business featuring a selection of quality unique items. In particular we're looking for selections in a price range of your choosing combined with quality and uniqueness in design.
Show Stable Artisans - The Equestrian Jeweler
When you love both horses and jewelry expect something special as a result.
The owner's love for horse shines through (no pun intended) in their eqine jewelry inventory.
Their team of artisans has created a truly outstanding selection of jewelry.
The Equestrian Jeweler offers many different and attractive items - crafted in gold, silver, and precious gems. The gift idea suggestion here is to give
You'll find charms, chains and cords,bracelets, pendants, rings and earrings, a bit collection (check out the snaffle-bit bracelet!), a stirrup collection, breed collection, horseshoe collection, and on and on.
If you're searching for an item of fine jewelry for your horse lover it's a good bet you'd find something here. You see a few items highlighted here but what is shown doesn't do Show Stable Artisans justice.
Show Stable Artisans - The Equestrian Jeweler
You'll stand a good chance of getting the "You Did Good!" Award from your horse lover.
Back in the Saddle
An excellent source for fine equestrian jewelry including
striking pieces in gold, silver, pewter, and polished stone
is Back In The Saddle.One item in particular which caught our eye is the Xenophon Coin pendant.
Reminiscent of antique Greek coins the pendant features famed equine photographer Robert Vavra’s image of Xenophon’s Horse.
Another piece that catches the eye is this Silver Horse Slider Necklace created from an original piece by world-renowned sculptor and horsewoman Beverly Zimmer, with incredible detail in the eyes, muscles, manes, and tails of three connected running horses. Solid sterling silver. 21/4 slider sits on a flexible silver 16 omega cable chain. To find our more about this unusual item and others just click on the image and go to 'Horse Themed Jewelry".
A suggestion - when you go online at Back in the Saddle,
request one of their catalogs by mail.
Browse at your leisure and it's likely you'll find much that appeals to you.
If you haven't purchased gold jewelry before and would just like to know a few facts on the subject, we've put together for your information,these
Facts about Gold.
Celtic Horse Jewelry
While there's an abundance of celtic jewelry on the market, celtic jewelry with an equine theme can be difficult to find.
The striking feature Celtic design is the unbroken knot or string.
The Celts worshipped the horse. Their goddess Epona is the root of our word pony and the indo-European word ekvos, became eqous in Celtic, leading to guess what.
We've done a little research into what the Celts contributed to the horse world which you can read by
The Belt Buckle Shop
has several attractive buckles featuring celtic knots and other designs, including the Three Horses Belt Buckle - shown below.
Celtic & Fantasy Belt Buckles: Celtic Design - Three Horses Belt Buckle
Horseshoe nails - a strange gift to give, unless of course the recipient is a farrier. But the humble nail can be the basis for some outstanding jewelry. Visit Armando's, view his fine selection of pendants, chokers, earrings and crosses and you'll see what I mean.
Make Your Own Jewelry ?
If by chance you've an interest in creating your own jewelry, for sale or for gifts, a most helpful web site is home jewelry business success tips by Rena Kingenberg.
Rena also publishes a newsletter full of tips and advice on the
subject of jewelry.
|Many thanks to the following for permission to reproduce their fine photographs:
- Line Kirk - Copenhagen, Denmark -Just Some Pearls
- Jasper Greek Golangco - Pasig City, Philippines - Diamond Ring
- Jayesh Nair - Mumbai, Maharashtra, India - Gold Rings
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