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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Get Hooked on Precious Metal Clay Jewelry Class

We are offering a new class through ESILL - The Eastern Shore Institute for Lifelong Learning. Students will learn the skills necessary to work and design with precious metal clay, a product developed by Mitsubishi Corporation for jewelry, consisting of fine silver particles with an organic clay binder. We will make a beautiful fine silver pendant and earrings.

Saturday, March 6, 2010.
1 - 4 PM
Tuition: $14.00
Supply Fee: $50.00
Instructor: Anita Rosenbaum

P.O. Box 1802
Fairhope, Alabama 36532
(251) 990-5555

Call Dot Bremer with questions or to reserve your class : 990-9651
or visit the website at

Hey everyone! We have opened a new division of the company, We have also created an Ebay Store. We are selling bulk boxes of beads for designers at below wholesale prices as well as fossils, cutting rough and finished handcut stones! Check out our new ebay store at the link posted! Our new website is in the works and will be coming shortly! As always, you can also purchase beads and finished jewelry at and

Our First Blog!

Welcome to Jewelry Chat! We are so excited to introduce our new blog feature! We are always expanding and creating new and innovative ways to spread the word about fantastic jewelry, ideas and products and hope that our new blog will do just that! Our desire is to open a line of communication with fellow jewelry artists, beaders, metalsmiths and designers to share information, tips, techniques and great product lines and specials! In the future we will be discussing subjects that are of interest to our customers and designers alike. We will list class schedules, weekly design inspirations, store specials, introduce new finished products and share tips and techniques. We will talk about jewelry trends, upcoming designs in fashion, new products on the market, the hottest stones, beads and accessories and more! We are excited to receive your feedback, questions and comments and hope to use this blog as a source of education as well as entertainment for our followers, customers, fellow jewelers and friends. We would appreciate any input you might have that would allow us to make this the best and most user friendly blog possible. We appreciate your interest and hope we soon become your new favorite blog spot!