Jewelry inspired by a deck of cards where each piece is designed to represent not only the wearer but what they desire in life.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/17/2014 -- The "1 of 52" collection was first conceived over a girls-only poker game. Amy shared her story with her friends of how she learned poker from her brother which got a whole conversation started over the decidedly masculine aspect to most card games. Professional poker in particular has many more male stars than females. Amy’s creative juices started flowing and in no time at all a new jewelry collection was born.
“What I love the most about the concept is there are so many levels to the design. Not only does it incorporate a deck of cards theme, but it provides a fun twist by integrating personality and a person’s wants and desires. The card suit represents what you are, and the card rank represents what you want, so you choose!” she exclaimed enthusiastically.
Not resting on her impressive accomplishments, she went on to tweak her necklaces solving several known issues with most forms of jewelry. Perhaps the cleverest development is that her necklaces are double sided so no matter how it’s put on, the right side is always up. Also, the card rank designation (deuce through Ace) will only be on one side of the necklace pendant design, so the wearer chooses which cards to hold close to their heart (keeping their cards close to the vest, as it were) or they can choose to show their hand. Either way the result is a beautiful display. This daringly bold collection takes a naturally masculine concept and provides a sexy feminine twist that all women can enjoy.
Over the past six months Ms. Christian has been working diligently with vendors to source the most cost effective materials to be able to create her exquisite jewelry that’s affordable. Taking a close look at her calendar, Amy negotiated with her supplies to insure the right timing needed to guarantee all early bird backers to this crowdfunding campaign their perks right on time for the gift-giving season just ahead.
Crowdfunding is sought to help procure equipment to streamline production and reduce overhead as well as an inventory of the materials needed to bring this jewelry collection to market. Then there are the molds needed to cast the jewelry itself with all consideration to fulfill all of the perks promised to backers of this crowdfunding campaign.
This crowdfunding campaign is running through November 12, 2014.
The 1 of 52 Kickstarter Page - http://kck.st/1rsriJb