As I mentioned a few weeks ago, I've been tooling leather like crazy. So a few new pieces hit the store in the past few days. Read on for the details and direct links to each one below!
The first is another set of shoulder epaulettes. This pair is much more military inspired than the last pair and in blue with silver leafing. Just like the last pair, there are pins on the back so that you can accessorize your favorite jacket or blouse. You can check it out HERE!
The Navajo basket inspired shoulder bag isn't a new design, but was previously only offered in grey leather, which you can check out here. This new version has the coolest navy blue geometric embossed leather for the body of the bag. Unfortunately, that leather was a close out/discontinued leather, so it was in limited amounts. Which means that there are only two of these bags in this leather option. You can check them out HERE.
The last item is a currently limited edition Art Deco Egyptian Revival inspired cuff bracelet. The story behind these all revolves around the scarab beads. I picked up a broken necklace at an estate sale and was able to salvage only two of the Egyptian scarab beads from it. They actually sat for 6 months before I came up with the idea of the cuff bracelets when I was looking at Art Deco era Egyptian Revival jewelry on Pinterest. So, the scarab beads became the focal on top of an abstract Art Deco inspired lotus flower design and then inlaid with real turquoise, just to top it all off. Right now the cuff is limited edition and there are only the two. If I come across a source for more scarab beads, there might be more made. If you are interested in the two right now you can check them out HERE.