Artisanal jewelry that stands apart

Artisanal jewelry that stands apart

December 5, 2017


Whether looking for jewelry to wear or give this holiday season, your best bet is the handmade kind to ensure originality. The following pieces, designed and handcrafted by Dyer resident Ashley Baugher of the Old Gray Goose, are made of stone, so there will never be another piece exactly like them.

The Old Gray Goose jewelry can be purchased at theoldgraygoose.com or at The Annex in Highland.

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Baugher can customize a necklace using birthstones, which makes for a popular gift. Her “love for anything celestial and the recent eclipse” inspired the moon phases necklace.

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[top to bottom]: Custom Birthstone Necklace (emerald and garnet), $42 and up; Raw Brass and Pyrite Moon Phases Lariat, $54; Karma Birthstone Necklace (Herkimer diamond), $36 and up.
Photo Credit: Brad Wolf
Photo Credit: Brad Wolf
[top to bottom]: Custom Birthstone Necklace (emerald and garnet), $42 and up; Raw Brass and Pyrite Moon Phases Lariat, $54; Karma Birthstone Necklace (Herkimer diamond), $36 and up.
Photo Credit: Brad Wolf

The lariat is a versatile piece of jewelry that can change depending on one’s outfit or mood.

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Agate Slice and Vegan Suede Lariat, $44
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This necklace is a modern, geometric take on a vintage style festoon, paired with earrings that can be worn day or night.

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Geometric Festoon in Antique Bronze and Pyrite, $38; Brass Chevron Earrings, $14.