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For The Love of Earrings!

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  • Snowflake earrings
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  • Four Directions Earrings
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  • Wheel Earrings
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  • Thunderbird Earrings
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  • Raindrop Earrings
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  • Blue Sky Studs
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  • Sunshine Studs
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Dezbah's pieces are not only jewelry, they are art. One feels connected to something deeper when wearing one of her creations!

After purchasing my first piece of DezbahMaker, I knew I was going to be a collector!

Jessica Savage, Interior Designer

I am madly in love with the Seer’s Crystal necklace that Dezbah made me. I am quite the jewelry collector and this necklace gets a LOT of “air time” on my body! The quality of the her gemstones are out of this world and Dezbah’s ability to craft a gorgeous setting and “home” around a stone is amazing and oh so beautiful.

I have actually taken a lot of photos wearing this piece and I always feel like a powerhouse in it. I think the thing I love most about her work—is the heart and love that goes into each piece. She’s a true master.

Thank you, Dezbah, for helping me altar myself with your gifts and abilities.

Wendy Havlir Cherry, Author Mistress of Longing

I am obsessed with Dezbah's jewelry! I have been buying pieces (rings, bracelets, earrings, pendants) here and there over the years. They are the jewels that I reach for over and over again. They are beautiful, lovingly crafted, and just feel good on the body.  

Karen Ware, Indigenous Educator Corps Director at the NACA Inspired Schools Network

The Many Colors of Turquoise

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Turquoise is so unique. The name evokes a color reminiscent of the sky. In fact, the very name describes a vibrant blue color. Isn't it just poetic? Say it three times.....

Back to colors... In reality, turquoise can be as vary from periwinkle to a vibrant green. It can be the color of the sky on a fall day or look the green waters of a waterfall.

It is also found all over the world and has been beloved by Egyptian pharaohs and American Indian peoples.

I have rings available with turquoise from Kazakhstan to Nevada. Check them out! Perfect for holiday gift giving or any other occasion when you want to make someone really happy.

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The Bat and The Buffalo

If you're in Santa Fe, New Mexico (and if you aren't get over here for a visit it's gorgeous!) come by our new gallery at 821 Canyon Road #3. It's right next to The Teahouse, a lovely place to sit and enjoy a cup of tea or have a great lunch while shopping.

Canyon Road is the heart of all things art in Santa Fe. My friend and extremely talented photographer, Molly, are so excited to share our work and so much more.

Upper Canyon Road has a lot to offer, local and approachable art. Fresh visions and interesting gallerists. We are so pleased to be in great company.

I'll also be reading tarot and have some unusual goodies (made by other small businesses, women, POC and black owned businesses)

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The Love of Vintage Jewelry

Coming soon! Read all about my love of vintage Southwest jewelry and how it influences my work.