#GoldSnob

Last Friday was a blast!  I got to go on ShopHQ to debut Essante, which is a new project I  have been working on since November. It is always good to see projects finally come to fruition and get off the ground.
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The best part was definitely during the second show. Our producer Tim, told us we had a caller that he was going to patch through. Honestly, my heart skipped a beat because, I didn’t know what to expect and I have seen callers go very very very wrong, like talk about dead people wrong. Which is scary because everything is completely live. It isn’t like a reality show that they edit for months or an award show with a slight time delay. THIS IS LIVE TV. AS it turned out the caller was a woman from PA named Sheryl (forgive me if the spelling is wrong) and she was amazing! She understood our mission so well and even called herself a Gold Snob. Brilliant. I told  her on air I was going to make it a hashtag and I wasn’t lying. I think from here on out I will refer to all my Essante customers as #GoldSnob s.
Do you think my friends/customers would be offended to receive Holiday Cards that began:
Dearest Gold Snobs,
         I am sure you are the envy of every party this holiday season in your glowing Essante. Thanks for always snobbing around with me. I love you and can’t wait to share more Golden Snobery with you next year!
Love,
Constance
P.S. You are very welcome for all of my hard work. 😉
Hahaha. With any luck everyone will come to know my sense of humor and this won’t be too far off. I mean hey a girl can dream right!?
Anyways, Thank you so much if you were able to tune in or peruse the collection online!
❤ Constance
WHAT I WORE:
I got a couple inquiries as to what exactly I wore on air and you are in luck because there are still some limited quantities available and there are links in the images. You could also click here to view the whole collection or what is still available at least.
#GoldSnob (The Original)

The Ring

Grandma’s got her Eye on You!

Grandma

Yesterday I was flying back from Minneapolis and had a really sweet chatty skycap. He asked me what I was doing in Minneapolis that I only came for one day. I said work and then he asked what I do. As soon as I told him I was a Jewelry Designer he lit up and showed me his ring. (This is one of the things I love about what I do. It allows people to open up and share a little part of their story with me.)

He began telling me of how when his grandmother passed he received one of her brooches which had several diamonds in it. He glowed as he told me that he took the largest one out and gave it to his wife. Knowing he wanted to keep a little piece of his grandmother with him all the time he kept the rest for himself. He told how he had played around with the stones for many months and was finally inspired to create a rings with an eye on it because, “They always said Grandma’s got her eye on you!”

#Gemstalking