Editor's Note: Today I am wearing red silk dress from Theory and kitten heels by Banana Republic.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending a tea at East & Orient Company in Dallas. To my lucky surprise, the tea was also a trunk show for a company called Silver Linens Jewelry. I came to learn that the owner and designer, Lynda Jameson Henglein was a part time potter who used low fire clays and glazes for over 20 years. She recently discovered precious metal clay, that when burned leaves a fine silver, sterling silver, or gold object. Lynda who has always had a love for antiques monograms visualized the monograms on this fine sterling silver. She first started designing with her own antique monogram linens, but through ruining her linens she decided that it was time to find another sources of antique monograms. Through her past years of living in Europe, where antique monograms were easier to find she found it harder to find monograms here in America, so she decided to handcraft and design her own. Her design inspirations come from books, the internet, coins, jewelry etc. We are in love with all the hand-designed monograms that she has made! I even bought for myself! Check out her amazing jewelry collection from the images below.
This is the monogram one that I bought. I absolutely love all the hand details of this piece!
Even the back has amazing details! I love the logo!
Here I am wearing my jewelry at church last Sunday.
Last night for dinner I had homemade cauliflower souffle, crab cakes with remoulade sauce and asparagus.
I love this song by Amber Holcomb!