Thursday, October 22

Come laugh and share some bubbly with the girls at our annual Urban Farmhouse jewelry trunk show, Thursday, October 29, 6 to 9pm! We'll feature local artists Mishka and The Powell Girls.
Here's the story behind Mishka and a sneak peak at a few of the pieces we'll have that evening.

Mishka is a one woman story. Her name is Kaoruko Acker and she lives local in Marin County. In between driving her kids to school and soccer practice, she set aside time time in her studio to be creative.
All her necklaces, bracelets and earrings are made from natural stones. Inspired by the seasons, her unique designs are brought to life with her two loving hands. Kaoruko's daughter Ella sometimes helps Mom string some gems for fun or organize her antique print letter trays full of treasured vintage clasps.

Since each piece is one-of-a-kind and never made exactly twice, they are the rave among stylish Moms. We have a big following of women that can't wait to see her new collections.

This lovely blue necklace is definitely my favorite! The little "create" tag so inspires me. Each piece often carries a little word tag -- strength, laugh, believe, balance, inspire, breathe, diva.... It's a beautiful way to bring more abundance of that mantra in your life.

Mishka is known for her vintage clasps. She loves mixing new gems with vintage clasps from the flea markets each having a story of their own to tell. Her styles pair perfectly with our store of recycling old with new.

The inspiration for the name Mishka were Kaoruko's two former babies before her kids -- her dogs Misha and Kaya (now passed after very long and happy lives). Sometimes she finds vintage clasps with dog images -- always a big hit among the many dog lovers in town!
So come share some bubbly, ooh and ahh at Mishka's new collection, and hear from Kaoruko herself what colors and styles are in vogue this holiday season. Receive 20% off all her pieces that evening only. Her pieces make very special presents so bring your gift giving list. RSVP