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Athena: The Unrivaled

Athena: The Unrivaled

Athena is the goddess of war, but leaving it at that would be doing her a great disservice. A patron of heroes, bright-eyed Athena is known for her wisdom, her crafts, and her strategic prowess. The great Greek city Athens named themselves after the goddess with the sparkling eyes, and in her honor, dedicated themselves to the pursuit of wisdom.

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Aphrodite: The Dreamer

Aphrodite: The Dreamer

Have you ever been in love? Have you ever fallen asleep next to someone you trust with your heart? Have you had a small animal curl up in your lap, caught a glimpse of yourself in a mirror and felt your breath catch in your throat? Here, in this fluttering feeling, is Aphrodite, dreaming.

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The Story Behind the Talisman Collection

The Story Behind the Talisman Collection

I thought that launching a small jewelry company three months before a deadly global pandemic and recession was going to be the hardest thing I did this year. Or maybe ever. Then I tried to design and produce a second collection in the midst of that pandemic. 

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Artemis: The Huntress

Artemis: The Huntress
Goddess of the hunt, lady of the wild beasts. Seek her in the mountains, the forests, the marshes; find her with a band of huntresses, young nymphs and maidens who happily forgo tradition in favor of the danger and freedom of the wild. At a time where women had very little control over their own lives, Artemis represented female empowerment and autonomy, encouraging girls to find and follow that which calls to them. Continue reading

Gaia: The Beginning

Gaia: The Beginning

First, there was void, whose name is Chaos. Then sprung Gaia, verdant and lush, like pea shoots through snow. Gaia is the Earth personified, her name evokes images of magnificent carved canyons and meadows of tall grass. Mother of the sea, wife of the sky, born with the abyss. 

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Persephone: The Wanderer

Persephone: The Wanderer
Persephone is not powerless. She never was. In the sparkling pomegranate seeds that tied her forever to the Underworld, we find the quiet strength of a capable woman who was a pawn, but became a queen, and the ever-changing nature of the goddess who decided for herself what she wanted to be. Continue reading

Circe: The Sorceress

Circe: The Sorceress
 Multi-faceted and intelligent, Circe was a goddess that had to do it all herself, and thus has become a symbol of knowledge and feminine power.  Continue reading

Why We Can't Keep Anything In Stock

Why We Can't Keep Anything In Stock
When you keep selling out of a particular style, that’s usually good news - people love your product! It makes for great PR too - you know the headlines - “The silk pajamas this indie brand can’t keep in stock!”. Well, we can’t keep anything in stock but we’re not happy about it Continue reading

How we're supporting COVID-19 relief efforts

How we're supporting COVID-19 relief efforts

This is a strange and scary time to be a small business. Sales have plummeted because people aren't spending, which means many of us are struggling just to survive and keep the lights on. We're desperate for sales, but it seems callous to encourage people to spend money right now when they could be donating to charities. It also feels weird and yucky to me as a person and a business owner. It's a Catch-22. 

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