A Handmade Necklace by Crow Steals Fire

I had the pleasure of meeting Donna Fox of Crow Steals Fire, a St. Louis-based company specializing in handmade and personalized jewelry. Crow Steals Fire is the kind of jewelry line you shop when you want to find unique pieces with special meaning at an affordable price.

After browsing the online store, I felt a connection to the Anam Cara Hidden Message Necklace.  This one of kind piece features a 14k gold filled charm stamped with the words “Anam Cara” (meaning “soul friend”) hidden underneath a sterling silver art deco rose.  How perfect is that for someone with a name like Psyche that means soul?

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Crow Steals Fire jewelry is made by hand to order, so be prepared to wait up to 4 weeks for your piece to be created.  As you saw above, my necklace was totally worth the wait.  The necklace arrived in style, too, all wrapped in black and gold and ready to be gifted.  Talking about gifts, Crow Steals Fire is a holiday gift haven.  Mothers on your list will surely love the Tree of Life Necklace.  The If Friends Were Flowers, I’d Pick You Necklace would be perfect for best friends.

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Today’s casual office look is completed by my new Crow Steals Fire piece.  The two-tone necklace blends perfectly with the mustard, cream, and black combination worn.

Casual work week style 3c

Blouse—Isaac Mizrahi New York
Cardigan—J.Crew | similar
Jeans—℅ jcp | similar
Booties—Sam Edelman | option
Necklace—℅ Crow Steals Fire

Watch—Michael Kors

Disclosure:  I received a necklace free of charge from Crow Steals Fire for review purposes.  All of the images, ideas, and opinions are my own.

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4 Comments

  1. November 27, 2013 / 4:25 am

    What a great necklace! You look great!
    Happy Thanksgiving!
    xo,
    Jacqueline

    • December 2, 2013 / 2:11 pm

      Thanks, Jacqueline. The jeweler behind Crow Steals Fire is so attentive to detail. Her pieces are so intricate.

      I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!