Anchor Management

Photo courtesy of Blissful Adventurer for http://housewrighter.com.

Photo courtesy of Blissful Adventurer for housewrighter.com.

Spring has come early to the San Francisco Bay Area (we barely had anything resembling winter — not that we’re complaining), and that means we can start enjoying fun spring activities, such as days at the park & afternoons sailing around the Bay. Speaking of sailing, one of the most popular trends for spring is nautical-inspired jewelry, ranging from sweet & delicate lariats and anklets, to chunky & bold sailor’s knot necklaces. We have a range of fun sailor-inspired components for sale here at the shop, including ones resembling classic sailor tattoos:
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One of Lydia’s friends from high school recently made a whole bunch of stackable bracelets, including the super-cute anchor one in the middle:
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After surfing Pinterest for nautical jewelry, we collected a few of our favorite designs to share with you. Any one of these would be the perfect piece to add a little nautical flavor to your outift without (in the words of Yahoo! Shine) “looking like you’re heading off to a regatta.” Enjoy!

We love the adorable seahorses on this fine silver pendant! Photo courtesy of HappyGoLicky on Etsy.

We love the adorable seahorses on this fine silver pendant! Photo courtesy of HappyGoLicky on Etsy.

Sailors probably don't use satin rope for their knots, but in a necklace, the cord makes quite the statement! Photo courtesy of NasuKka on Etsy.

Sailors probably don’t use satin rope for their knots, but in a necklace, the cord makes quite the statement! Photo courtesy of NasuKka on Etsy.

Sea glass shards look funky & earthy when knotted on leather. Photo courtesy Ecstasea on Flickr.

Sea glass shards look funky & earthy when knotted on leather. Photo courtesy Ecstasea on Flickr.

Photo courtesy of TinyTrinketShop on Etsy.

Darling personalized pendants with subtle charms give just a hint of nautical flair. Photo courtesy of TinyTrinketShop on Etsy.

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