More African Inspired Necklaces

by Sherry Day. (Pointe aux Barques, Michigan) I had the good fortune of sailing around the world for five years. I collected beads, findings and artifacts along the way. My African pieces have been hot sellers. Sherry Day Trillium Studio Facebook TrilliumStudio by Sherry Day. (Pointe aux Barques, Michigan) I had the good fortune of […]

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