Semi precious stones, fresh water or tahitian pearls, and rare sunrise shells (found by deep sea divers in Hawaii) are a few of the organic elements that are knitted into a delicate bracelet or necklace by jewelry designer, Amy Grace. We have seen many fashionista wearing them among their stack of gold bangles or a simple accessory for the beach.
Amy gives us a little glimpse into her lovely trip to Palau where she found new shells for her “one of a kind” collection. You will never find two of her designs exactly the same.
During an excursion to the big island north of Koror, called Babeldob, we found this beautiful aqua lagoon! I’m wearing a special clamshell that I found on the island of Tavarua.
My friend Lori, who has been living on Palau for over 10 years, has amassed a truly amazing shell collection.I love the scallop family because it includes the beautiful sunrise shell from Hawaii…one of my signature elements that I use in necklaces, cuffs and bracelets.
Diving in Palau is what Palau is all about. Here I was drawn to this beautiful coral formation that looked like an underwater sand castle. My favorite fish of all time…clownfish! Not only are they stunning, but they sit still so you can get great pictures!
During our last day in Palau I found this jewelry workshop. Inside it was dark, with a guy hunched over a grinder. He was grinding away on a piece of shell without a mask…ugh. I couldn’t believe the stacks of red coral and shells in the back.
The Amy Grace collection can be found in boutiques throughout the islands of Hawaii, Fiji, Australia and California!! Enjoy.