What do Seahawks sweaters, black cats, and tiny jewelry have in common? All three can now be found at MaJe Gallery, that’s what! Now that fall is here, football and black cats are taking over the airwaves. You can participate in the games in some fun ways. Check it out.
Since I prefer the throwback colors to the current ones, I chose these two options to bring into MaJe Gallery this season. Made by Kirkland company Tribute, these are already flying out the door. Since they are unisex, the sizing is generous so choose accordingly. At the moment, only one medium is left in the white, while small, large and XL are still available in the blue. The good news is I can order more – as long as they remain available at the company, though! She told me they are close to selling out of certain styles. Get yours online if I have it listed here (just $99). If not, let me know and I’ll add you to my growing list of people to get particular ones for.
Want a different number? You can also get #3 (Russell Wilson), #76 (year established) or #80 (Steve Largent). Call (425-776-3778) or email me with your size, color
We Love Black Cats!
Black cat imagery is popping up everywhere as Halloween approaches. But black cats are popular all year-round here at MaJe Gallery. I know many of you have your very own black cat because we always sell out of our black cat items quickly. Check out these fun new jewelry items!
Wear a black cat on your ears with two great choices. A dangly version has a sinister-looking black cat in front of a crescent moon. The post features an adorable black kitten with glowing eyes. They look blue here, but the ones I have are green eyes. Just $10 for the danglies and $4.99 for the posts.
You know how cats love to wrap around things, so wrap one around your ear! These are single earrings rather than a pair, so put one of these in one ear and one of the above in the other! This lovely piece is just $4.99.
Tiny Jewelry is all the rage
Look around at the women you see on your daily routine, whether the grocery store, the office, the coffee shop or on TV, and you’ll notice a new trend that favors tiny jewelry. Seattle’s Mary Freiberger just delivered a great collection of tiny pendants on delicate chains for those of you having fun with this.
Wear it all by itself, or let it be the shortest necklace in a layered group. Each chain measures 18″ long. From left to right we have a tiny sterling circle, an amazonite dagger, seafoam chalcedony faceted teardrop, a lapis dagger, and a tiny faceted turquoise circle.
Stay tuned as we introduce a great new line to you next week!