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Tilting Swiftly's Fall Jewellery Collection is naturally inspired

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Sep '05
Coins for Hatsheput – new collection by Tilting Swiftly
Jewelry firm Tilting Swiftly has launched its new Fall 2005 Collection.

The new Fall 2005 Collection is available at Tilting Swiftly. Lots of great new designs up--I think you will like what you see. You will find the colors of autumn, including bronze, chocolate, orange, turquoise and coral. All will be in Tilting Swifty's signature eclectic style.The necklace pictured to the right, Coins for Hatsheput is one of the new designs available.

Moss agate discs, bronze freshwater pearls and turquoise hang on sterling silver chain with a sterling silver lobster clasp. Approximately 16.5 inches in length. 1.5 inch extender.

Tilting Swiftly is the inspiration of artist Jen Wallace. What began as a personal expression of artistry grew into a dynamic business offering original handcrafted designs. Inspired by the beauty and variety of the natural world Tilting Swiftly creations are wearable art. Tilting Swiftly's designer, Jen Wallace, is motivated to make jewellery and scarves that she likes to wear and that others happen to like wearing as well. Recent inspirations include the molas of the San Blas islands, the artist Gustav Klimpt, Cape Henlopen, and all things purple.

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