Tru Fusion's Black History Month Vendor Event

Tru Fusion's Black History Month Vendor Event

The earth's crust and mantle consist of three different kinds of rock; igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic. From these types of rock gemstones are formed.

Most gemstones are mined from 1-25 miles below the earth’s surface, diamonds are much deeper. Their beauty is the result of intense pressure, heat and water. 

I create statement jewelry from gemstones because they symbolize the beauty of transformation and resilience; a reminder from nature that transformation can be an intense journey of surrendering to the process of allowing the debris that held it to be removed so it can emerge beautiful and valuable. 

This eight strand citrine and peridot statement design is part of my Spring/Summer Collection that will be featured in the TruFusion 9 & Co Black History Vendor Event 

Date:  Saturday, February 25, 2023

Time:  9:00 am - Noon

Place:  TruFusion 9 &Co  985 Albion St #100  (street parking is available and there is a free parking structure just to the north of the studio.  There is renovation going on, but it is open. There is also a second free parking structure two blocks south of the studio.)

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