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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Sticks & Stones' New Collection: "The Art of Antler"

Posted by Katie Guinn on Wed, Apr 30, 2014 at 8:59 AM

Sticks and Stones recently released their newest collection of jewelry, called "The Art of Antler," in which every piece is made from antler sheds of buck, fawn, and stag found in the Northwest. Sleeping beauty turquoise makes an appearance, which is a highly sought after variety of the stone, due to its pure sky-blue color and clean, non-webbed appearance. Sticks and Stones had a pop-up at PFW this past weekend, and if you are familiar with the brand you know that the quality of their handcrafted work is high. The phrase they pair with their logo, "Strength in Layers," is apparent in the smooth texture and sturdy weight of the work. Take a look at some of their work below, modeled by Kate Troedsson and Gabe Berg, and see them in person at their flagship store: Sticks & Stones Specialty Store, 524 NW 23rd.

  • Eric Wimberly

  • Eric Wimberly


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