I take to the mall with my girlfriends and we always stop and marvel at the jewelry. It occurs to me as we lay out the cash for the bling that anyone out there could have this same piece. I like to think of myself as something more than a cookie cutter mold of woman. I am one of a kind and want my style to reflect this. If you want one of a kind jewelry that is a reflection of your individuality, look no further than Stephanie Calinoff’s One of a Kind Glass Jewelry.
With the line debuting in 1997 at Macy’s in New York, it’s quality. Every piece is hand-crafted and original–one of a kind. I own two pieces, both are a reflection of me. Who I am. Where I am going. A glimpse beyond the surface.
My first piece was this one:
I LOVE it! It’s a teal colored blue with silver letters that spell out DESTINATION. It reminds me I am the destination. That I’m on a journey. It’s to be the finished me that when people meet know they have reached a genuine person. It is so many things to me and was the perfect piece to gain me addiction.
My second piece is this one:
It’s a pink ripple on top of a gray background. It measures: 3/4″ x 3/4″. I love the colors. They are vibrant and work well with much of my wardrobe. It’s soft and has introduced me to strangers who have commented on this piece.
Here’s another fun fact about Stephanie Calinoff and her One of a Kind Glass Jewelry, the Queens (New York) Museum of Art is also a fan and has displayed and sold Stephanie’s jewelry. Every piece truly is a work of art and means something different to each person.
Beyond pendants, Calinoff’s One of a Kind Glass Jewelry also is offered in earrings, bracelets, adjustable rings and cuff links.
See (and shop) the entire line, where new pieces are added often by visiting Stephanie Calinoff’s One of a Kind Jewlery’s Facebook Page.
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