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the.secondsister

ꇓʀᴇᴠɪᴠᴀʟ ᴊᴇᴡᴇʟʀʏ ʜᴀɴᴅғᴏʀɢᴇᴅ ɪɴ ᴛʜᴇ ᴀᴍᴇʀɪᴄᴀɴ ᴡᴇsᴛꇓ ɴᴇxᴛ sʜᴏᴘ ᴜᴘᴅᴀᴛᴇ: 8/19

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Ummmmm. I’ll take army green Royston turquoise any day.
You know those earrings you’ve been looking for? You’ve come to the right place.
As the Crow Flies ring, size 10 (fits like a 9.5) Available. That Royston stone makes me feel all kinds of dreamy.
The Easy Rider ring is reminiscent of 1940’s “biker rings”. The aftermath of the Mexican Revolution devalued the Peso to being almost worthless. Resourceful Mexican blacksmiths forged coins into objects of higher value, like jewelry.  A certain style of signet ring was a popular item.  These rings were first discovered by American motorcycle clubs in the 1940s.  They were a much sought after item due to the ban on brass knuckles. A fist full of Mexican biker rings made a nice replacement.
Somebody out there needs a silver cuff that will become their signature piece. Actually, in my opinion, everyone needs a signature piece, be it jewelry, a hat, a pocket knife, whatever.  Everyone should own something that if people saw it on another person they might call the cops because it was surely stolen.
This little guy hopped out of the shop but there are other pins available. Check them out!
This is my all time favorite ring design. The ring on my index finger is from my personal collection but the other three are in the shop ready to go.
The Nez Perce Horse is a spotted horse breed derived from old-line Appaloosa (the Wallowa herd) and Central-Asians horses belonging to the Akhal-Teke breed.  After the end of the Nez Perce War in the 1870s, many of the horses belonging to the tribe were confiscated by the U.S. Army and sold off or killed. The Nez Perce people that survived the war were forced to settle on reservations and coerced to become farmers rather than horse breeders. They were allowed to keep few horses, and were forced by the authorities to mate their stallions with Quarter Horse mares to create horses deemed more suitable for agriculture.  In 1994, the Nez Perce tribe in Idaho started a horse breeding program with the idea of crossbreeding Appaloosa horses with Akhal-Teke horses to produce a new breed: The Nez Perce Horse.  These earrings pay tribute to the Nez Perce, their amazing horsemanship skills and their devotion to the appaloosa breed.
True Blue Arrow pin- available and ready to spruce up a killer hat.
All the pretty little horses... Nez Perce Horse earrings, Blue Eyed Mare earrings and Caballo Valodor pins. All currently available.
These Hacienda earrings are headed to their new home! Check out the other new earrings up for grabs.
⚒SHOP UPDATE 9AM PST!!!⚒ The Peyote Bird cuff is one of the many pieces landing in the shop this morning. Click over to see all the new items. Link is in the bio.
Here’s a little red, white and Kingman blue for ya on this Independence Day. This Tailman necklace with a hand forged squash blossom will be available tomorrow at the 9AM SHOP UPDATE. 🇺🇸
This beauty will be available on Friday. I’m still madly in love with wild horse magnesite and there are several pieces in the new collection with this gorgeous stone. The SHOP UPDATE will be 9 AM THIS FRIDAY.
It looks like the shop update will be this Friday! These three Freddie tags will be up for grabs as well as a handful of bead strands to choose from.
This cuff is already spoken for but there will be many other new pieces to pick from in the shop update I have planned for this weekend, maybe sooner. Stay tuned.
Sierra Nevada turquoise Lucky ring. Zoom in on that stone! Available.
So many great collector’s strands in the works for the next shop update!

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