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Stacking Horse and Equestrian Bracelets

Stacking Horse and Equestrian Bracelets

If you are like me you have a collection of horse, snaffle horse bit, stirrup, equestrian bracelets. And when you wear them one at a time, there are favorites left in your jewelry box. Stacking bracelets is a terrific way to enjoy numerous favorites at the same time! And stacking bracelets has emerged as a versatile and expressive trend, allowing...
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Crafting Exquisite Horse and Equestrian Jewelry via Lost Wax Method

Crafting Exquisite Horse and Equestrian Jewelry via Lost Wax Method

One of the methods used in the creation of Horse and Equestrian Jewelry is the lost wax process. This ancient method, dating back thousands of years, has been cherished by artisans for its ability to capture intricate details and bring to life stunning works of art. When it comes to crafting horse and equestrian jewelry, the lost wax method shines,...
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Layering Horse and Equestrian Necklaces

Layering Horse and Equestrian Necklaces

In the realm of fashion, accessories play a pivotal role in elevating an outfit from ordinary to extraordinary. Among these, necklaces hold a special place, effortlessly adding personality, charm, and sophistication to any ensemble. However, there's an art to layering necklaces that goes beyond simply throwing on a few pieces. It requires a keen eye for balance, proportion, and style...
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Keeping Your Sterling Silver Horse and Equestrian Jewelry Shiny

Keeping Your Sterling Silver Horse and Equestrian Jewelry Shiny

You keep your horse clean and shiny and I’m sure you want the same for your Horse and Equestrian Jewelry. Especially as Sterling Silver jewelry possesses a timeless elegance and charm that can effortlessly elevate any outfit, making it a beloved staple in many accessory collections. However, one common challenge faced by Sterling Silver enthusiasts is the inevitable tarnishing that...
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My Two Passions: Jewelry and Horses or maybe its Horses and Jewelry

My Two Passions: Jewelry and Horses or maybe its Horses and Jewelry

I am a third generation retail jeweler.  My grandfather, Joseph Menczer opened a jewelry store on East Tremont Avenue in the Bronx, New York in the 1930's, and my father James (known as Jesse) continued in the family business. It was where I worked holidays and weekends while growing up.  I was from the start horse crazy— A love affair with horses that began at a very...
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