Monday, November 19, 2007

Featured Artist: Celtic Goddess Jewelry

AUTUMNEAST-Harvest Goddess Falling

Meet Andee Harston, shop owner of Celtic Goddess Jewelry. Art has always been prevalent in her life. She loves to draw, paint, sculpt, make jewelry, and most recently, photography. She is influenced by spiritual learning, nature and goddess and celtic imagery, and identifies very strongly with her celtic heritage. She is a Buddhist pagan living in the Orlando area.

They specialize in Celtic, Pagan, and Buddhist jewelry. Recently she launched Sacred Waters Bath on Etsy, which offers soaps in unique shapes and scents, bath tea and soon to be more items.

The beautiful headpiece above was constructed of mixed metals, pewter and sterling, amber, glass leaf beads and celestial crystal beads.

Purple Flourite and amethyst spiral
Celtis Choker
$75

The spiral is an ancient symbol, many have theories about what it meant, but noone REALLY knows...This necklace is all sterling silver, amethyst and purple flourite.

Celtic Goddess Jewelry has been in business since 2002. Please check out their gallery website at www.celticgoddessjewelry.com, as well as their blog at www.buyindie.blogspot.com

1 comments:

Ghanshyam said...

This is looking too classic of modern designing and i like it.
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