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This Was a Real Surprise!

Amanda Meadus, "The Once Upon a Time Bracelets by Krika" Women's Wear Daily, Oct. 4, 1993, Vol. 166, No. 65.






















Gail Chiampa, 'Fairy-tale jewelry appeals to 'the child in the woman,' Providence Journal-Bulletin, Oct. 28, 1993.
















Our first color layout

Silver and Beads (Editorial). Maternity, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1994.











Breaking into the NY market

Happily Ever After (editorial). Newsday, May 15, 1994.


















Even folks in Kansas loved our work.

Bonnie Bing, Made for Kansas. The Wichita Eagle, Aug 21, 1994.



















This piece ran on a day we were in Boston. It was a great treat!

Radsken, Jill. Earrings and Pendants and Bracelets, Oh My! Boston Herald, Nov. 15, 1994.





















Our first jewelry trade
magazine design award!

Silver Design Award Winners. Accent Magazine, Aug. l994.














This was a pearl. Just look at the company we keep! Thank you Karol Stronger.

Karol Stronger, Holiday Gifts, From Pricey to a Pittance. Associated Press, Nov. 26, 1993.


















(Editorial). Accessory Market






















A Real Fairy Tale (Editorial). Accent Magazine, Dec. 1993, Vol. 18, No. 12.



















Mary Apanasewicz, Fairy Tales to Wear. Marin Independent Journal, Mar 8, 1994.













Entrepreneurs (Editorial). Times-Gazette, Aug. 18, 1993.
Fairy Tales that Won't Wear Thin (Editorial). The News Journal, Nov 27, 1993.
Tim Shaffer, It's a Gift. The News Journal, Dec., 1994.
Fairy Tale Jewelry Tells a Story (Editorial). St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jun 23, 1994.
Holiday Gifts Range Pricey to Pittance (AP). Denton Record-Chronicle, Dec 5, 1993.


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