CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Mother's Day is one of the busiest times of year for Auburn Jewelry and this year the four-year-old Chappaqua-based company is offering something new.
Written Line is all about taking kid's doodles and/or writing and making them into wearable jewels.
Owner and Designer Samantha Levine, a Greeley grad who went to law school but found her passion was more in creating jewelry -- hand cuts each design out of sterling silver using her jeweler's saw. Parents can choose one of 18 colors for the background as well as opt for a pendant, bracelet, charm, cufflink or keychain.
No two pieces are identical, she stressed, and she can do pretty much anything. Her motto: "I love a challenge."
Added Levine: "Our pieces are truly special due to the customization factor. We can take anything from your child's handwriting to their silhouette and handcraft a piece of jewelry unlike any other."
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (914) 960-1923 for more information. You can also go to www.auburn-jewelry.com/ .
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