Thursday, January 14, 2010

Horsecamp Design Studio

I'm trying something new with my booth at the Horse Expo this weekend. I thought it would be a great idea to include some other local jewelry artists' work to add a little variety and also help promote their work.

Let me introduce you to Kiyo Taylor of Horsecamp Design Studio and her original silverwork: Kiyo does all of the design and silversmithing for her pieces.
I absolutely love these horseshoe pendants. They are strung on simple wire cord to show off the detail in each piece:


These gorgeous rings fit so nicely on your finger (of course I had to try them on!). They have a pinch type adjustable band that is very comfortable.

These are just a few of Kiyo's designs. I have a nice selection for my booth this weekend and I am sure they are going to fly right out of there! If you see anything you can't live without, send me an e-mail (link at the top left) and I'll be happy to give you prices and send you an invoice through PayPal.

OR, you can go check out her website for more of her beautiful designs.

9 comments:

Angie @ Ranch Dressing said...

These are really cute! Nice of you to want good things for others...but that's just the heart of a cowgirl...
Have a great show!

Desert Rose said...

Love these...think I NEED to have one!!!

Julie Harward said...

I LIKE THE RINGS...BUT OVER ALL, I LIKE YOUR THINGS MUCH BETTER! HOPE YOU ARE HAVING FUN! COME SAY HI :D

Annette F. Tait said...

Bridget I wish you and the other ladies the very best of success this weekend!

sassyglassdesigns said...

What beautiful work...thanks for sharing.

Blackfeatherfarm said...

Beautiful,Beautiful things !!! I will wish you luck, but you won't need it.

Carolynn said...

She does really nice work! I think it's a splendid idea to include work of other artists. I hope you all enjoy a very successful event.

Rural Rambler said...

Bridget nice of you to share with us her very pretty jewelry! Hope you enjoy the Horse Expo and that you have a successful weekend with your booth and your wonderful designs! And YES of course you can!(My answer to your question this morning! You made me smile.)

The Urban Cowboy said...

That's some pretty rockin stuff!