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The Peony earrings (turquoise and faceted crystals, $120), from the Posie collection, feature contrasting textures and colors.
These opal blue studs ($60) and necklace ($120), made of sliced agate, are from Ashton's SLICE line.
The Coyote earrings (howlite with ombre faceted crystals, $85) are from the new Navajo collection.
This Mermaid Dragon bracelet (Swarovski and faceted crystals, $145) is from the exclusive line Ashton sells at Stanley Korshak.
The Rain Dance earrings (turquoise with blown glass, $80) are also from the Navajo collection.
If there’s a Dallas de rigueur earring of late, it’s got to be the Cluster by Rory Ashton.
The delicate, vibrant beads--all wired together in near-abstract formation and piled inside metal hoops--are donning lobes from Frisco to Flower Mound with increasing frequency.
But this young Dallas jewelry designer isn’t content with the Cluster cover and is now turning her attention toward natural materials with her new fall line, a tribute to the Navajo Indian.
We love the earth tones of the howlite and crystal Coyote earrings ($85) as well as the Rain Dance style, which features turquoise howlite and a clear blown-glass drop ($80). The jewelry is subtle but bears intricate craftsmanship, an Ashton hallmark.
While the designer has gradually hired employees, she still, in her words, “touches every piece, staying up into the wee hours crafting.”
When Ashton returned to the area a few years ago after living in L.A., little did she expect that her work would become so popular.
As they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
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