Eye Candy.

No. This isn’t a post about rocks.

There will be one down the line, but not today!

I’ve been spending some time going over old photos, admittedly clearing space on my computer. I thought I would share some old and new that may not have made it to item listings, social media posts, or just been swept under the carpet of time…

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I hope everyone has had a lovely Holiday Season, whichever you choose to celebrate!

For future notice on a packaging change:

I used to send all bangle bracelets and bracelets in general in plain sweet little muslin bags. They’ll now be going out a bit more spruced up, as such:

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That’s it folks!

NEW ITEMS will be hitting the shop throughout tomorrow, including two Chained in Turquoise rings, and two unique stacking ring types. 

xx The Stray Arrow

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Brimfield Antiques Show

This past week and weekend I visited the show at Brimfield. For those who don’t know about it, Brimfield is an expansive antiques show in Western Massachusetts that occurs three times a year. The Brimfield Show happens in May, July, and September, and always from a Tuesday to Sunday. People travel from all over to go to the show. I normally go twice to cover all of the fields. While my main objective each time is to go and cry over all of the beautiful vintage jewelry I wish I could afford, it’s always fun to see what other treasures people are offering up to the sunlight. Below is an offering to you if you couldn’t be there in person! I’ve compiled a few photos from each day.

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Tuesday. Day 1.

Brimfield rows

middle eastern

artifacts

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Steel Punches

squash blossom setup

The Stray Arrow decked.

*Jewel wear for the day.

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Saturday.

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grand Brimfield tree

creepy...

saxophone

native case

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native case 3

native case 4

native case 5

Hopi Rope Dance Ring

*Hopi rope dance ring.

The Stray Arrow NWCoast

*took this beautiful bracelet home with me! A sterling silver piece from the Northwest Coast. This stunner is completely hand etched, and unique in the it has two heads instead of a head and tail theme. The back is joined by tail feathers from each head. Inside is stamped AND signed! A rare find.

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Stray Arrow.

*jeweled get up second day, including a large genuine wampum necklace.

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I also walked off with a couple tidbits for display during the upcoming Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn.

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In other news things will slowly be changing in the shop. For the next two months I’ll be doing some slight alterations, and during the month of June it is possible that some of the “MADE TO ORDER” items will be temporarily or permanently taken out of the shop. These items include mini stacking rings, stud earrings, and nose screws. If you have any concerns about this feel free to ask! (email: StasiaArts[at!]yahoo.com). If you’re pondering an item, best to snag it soon! Especially with the MAY SALE almost over.

Cheers!

xx Stray Arrow.

For The Ear and Finger…

New earrings in normal and gauged wear along with new fancies for the fingers…

Rings made of recycled pure molten silver and gemstones, in darkened rustic and bright white light silver!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New ~*Turquoise Crown*~ ring

The Turquoise Crown ring features a lovely *natural* turquoise stone from the rare and collectable Southwest turquoise Mine called “Crow Springs”. It is joined by a sweet 6mm faceted rose cut labradorite gemstone with some serious light green flashes to it (matching the turquoise). The back of the ring is stamped:
“A crown for a Queen” followed by my trademark, .925 for sterling, and the year (2011!).
Perfect for a queen, or just a gal wanting to be treated like one~see more info or grab it in my Etsy store! (link in upper right of my blog)~

 

 

New leaf shape stacking rings in sterling silver with little bronze leaves~sets of 3~

and *JUST MADE* Snowy Meadow Prairie Ring with dendritic jasper stone in rustic sterling setting~

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Turquoise Ring~ “Said The Spider To The Fly”~ a ring with quotes from Mary Howitt’s poem “The Spider and The Fly” which starts with the line…“Will You Walk Into My Parlour, Said The Spider To The Fly”. This ring features a beautiful natural stone from the Kingman Turquoise Mine with the quote stamped around it in sterling…

 

 

 

New Earrings~

~Black Lava Silver Molten Studs, made of recycled pure silver and back with sweet little sterling earring backings.

~Moonstone Teardrop Dangles, little rainbow moonstone gemstones in blackened silver dangles

~Rustic Silver Leaf Posts, hand sawed of sterling and stamped with leaf designs, oxidized

 

 

 

 

Bronze Leaf dangles in gauges and for normal pierced ears…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

~*JUST MADE*~ Bronze Tribal Dangles in 14 Gauge Silver,

and Wilting Flower Tunnel Gauges in bright silver and rustic darkened silver…

~*COMING SOON*~

~huge Spider ring featuring Mary Howitt’s quote

~Bronze Tribal Gauges in various designs