Join us at our Heather Moore Trunkshow! Nov 16th, 2012

Starfish is hosting a Heather Moore trunkshow just in time for the holidays.  Stop by the store to take a look at gorgeous pieces that will be ready to go home with you that day or place a custom order that will be guaranteed in time for Christmas.  Come meet and work directly with Jaeda, a Senior Design Consultant from the studio to create a custom piece for everyone on your list.

Each name, date and symbol is hand stamped with vintage, turn of the century tools that they mill in their own onsite shop. The goal of Heather Moore Jewelry is to help you create a timeless piece that commemorates you and everything important in your life. This is not impulse purchase jewelry; you won’t just buy it for an outfit, wear it once and then toss it in a jewelry box. This is a documentation of every stage in your life, telling your unique story. You are creating heirlooms with Heather Moore Jewelry, and like heirlooms, these charms will stand the test of time and be passed down for many generations to come.

Everyone who attends the trunkshow will recieve a FREE gift with purchase! Choose from either a Free 1mm White Diamond,  Free 18in SS 1.3 mm necklace, or a Free backstamp!

Don’t forget to bring a friend!  Get a little something extra when you bring a friend and they place an order during the show!

 Need some inspiration? Check out the Heather Moore Idea Gallery.

Where: Starfish Jewelry

When: Friday, November, 16th 2012

Time: 10am-7pm

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Artist Spotlight: Amy J. Metals

Go Hyper-Local with Amy J. Metals

Here at Starfish Jewelry, we place an emphasis on the support of Boulder, Colo.-area artists, with about 60 percent of the store filled with local artists’ pieces.

Amy Johnson, the designer behind Amy J. Metals, is not only based in Boulder, her collection is largely composed of pieces made with objects found in Boulder. Made with 100 percent recycled metals, her jewelry is also rich with socially conscious symbolism. Along hikes in Lefthand Canyon, Amy J. has discovered the old bullets that she uses in many of her pieces. The necklace pictured, also available in a ring, is called “Disturbing the Peace.” With a background in peace and conflict studies and humanitarian assistance, Amy J. wanted her jewelry to “go beyond bling” and speak.

“The bullet: man made, used to oppress, to liberate… for war, peace… survival, destruction; bullets gave me the means to create jewelry that speaks.” –Amy J.

If you’re looking for something unique or a piece of jewelry that says more,  check out Amy J.’s full collection here.