I’m not somebody who wears a lot of jewelry. In fact, I own exactly two pieces of jewelry: a watch and a money clip. I have both with me almost daily. Each has its practical purpose, but they also simply look nice, and that is why I like them.
Here at the Clay Coyote, we have a wide selection of handmade jewelry. Right in the center of the gallery are four display cases and a table filled with jewelry from artists across the country. In fact, the money clip I carry came as a gift from the Clay Coyote. The best part about jewelry is that it is art you can bring with you. You can make a statement, show your own personal style and appreciation for handmade art, and support the artists who make it just by wearing it.
March 13 is National Jewel Day. A day to buy new jewelry for yourself or others, wear what you already have, and recognize jewelers. It’s a great day to get a new piece of handmade jewelry if you have been thinking about spicing up your wardrobe, or surprise a special someone with a gift.
Some of the great options here include triple wrap bracelets by Desert Heart out of Alpine, Texas, key necklaces from Alchemy in Brooklyn, NY, or maybe a new jewelry box from Mikutowski Woodworking in Menominee, MI.
The jewelry is always for sale in the gallery and many styles are on our online shop, but for the best deal and largest selection stop in before March 9. That is the last day of our extended dot sale, and all the jewelry is 25%, 35%, or 50% off! We’ll even gift wrap the piece for you if it’s for that special someone. Just be sure to hide it well so it isn’t found before the 13th.