Friday, April 29, 2016

Weekend weather forecast has improved! Find Elementals 
Saturday at The SoCo Outdoor Market from 11 to 6 &
Sunday at the 23rd St. Artist Market from 11 to 4. 
Last weekend for April specials; 15% off pieces with Sapphire & Rock Quartz 
Buy one piece, take 25% off a second



Thursday, April 21, 2016

The Opals in the Maya style necklace have such beautiful fire! They are paired with a green Chalcedony ( Kal-SID-ney ) briolette. More green in the Carys earrings in Peridot.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Elementals' Weekend Schedule:
Friday at the 23rd St. Artisan Market from 10 to 3. 
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Saturday at the Soco Outdoor Market from 11 to 6
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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Over 100 pairs of earrings. Just saying.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

This week's will be a bit different, due to weather.
Friday, Elementals will be at the 23rd St Artist's Market from 11 to 4.
Weather permitting, Elementals will be at the SoCo Outdoor Market 1610 SoCo next to Vespaio from 11 to 5 on Saturday.
Too early to cancel, but it does look like Sunday will be a rain day.
In the picture, 3 styles in gold. On the left, Calynda with Lapis and Fair Trade Vermeil, $75; on the top Maya with Lemon Quartz and Apatite, $65 and on the bottom, Aubrie in Spinel, $35..

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Saturday, Elementals will be at the SoCo Outdoor Market 1610 SoCo next to Vespaio from 11 to 5
Sunday, Elementals will be at the Sunday Maker's Market at 1808 SoCo, next to Torchy's Tacos from 11 to 5

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

JEWELER OF THE MONTH: VAN CLEEF & ARPELS
A Gorgeous pair of 'Mystery-Set' Sapphire and Diamond Ear Pendants, by Van Cleef & Arpels. Formerly owned by Elizabeth Taylor.

Friday, April 1, 2016

ROCK TRIVIA: QUARTZ
Quartz is the second most prevalent mineral in Earth's crust. Since ancient times, quartzes have been the most commonly used minerals in the making of jewelry and carvings.Pure quartz, also called rock crystal, is colorless and transparent or translucent,
The biggest difference in the types of quartz is whether the individual crystals are macrocrystalline ( visible to the unaided eye) or microcrystalline/ cryptocrystalline ( a mixture of crystals visible only under magnification). The cryptocrystalline varieties are either translucent or mostly opaque, while the transparent varieties tend to be macrocrystalline.
In the picture, a Rock Quartz cluster from Brazil.