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Thanks to the wonderful photography of Marty Granger, the homepage of shop.CarnelianKnoll.com has a new look! As I continue to work with Marty, more of the jewelry displayed in the rotating carousel on the top of the homepage will become available for sale online.

I'm really excited to include new photos of my dichroic lampwork glass from California. There are some earrings available in the lampwork section.  I'm hoping to get some necklaces up in July.

The new hand blown and sculpted beads from Italy have arrived and are waiting in my studio. They, too should be posted this summer.

Finally, I am introducing a new collection of thin silver and vermeil layering necklaces and lightweight earrings. There are two large images on the homepage showing the line which is not yet available as many of my beads are still in production. But get ready, because they're fabulous. If you want a preview, I have a few samples available in my studio and at my upcoming shows.

So much more to come...

Julie

Graduation gifts and return to the Grand Bazaar in June

We had a few lovely Sundays in  May, but May 20th doesn't look like it will be one of them. I am looking forward to returning to the Grand Bazaar on Columbus and 76th/77th Streets June 3, 10 and 17. If you'd like to see me before them (think Graduation gift), please email Julie@carnelianknoll or call [...]

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New Beads just arrived from Italy

In February I had the pleasure of finally getting to the Island of Murano in Italy. I got to spend time with my amazing bead maker. I am so excited that the first of two batches of custom beads arrived this week. I can't wait to show them to everyone. So come get a first [...]

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Twentieth Anniversary Sale

I am so grateful to all of the people who have helped Carnelian Knoll reach 20!My friend Karen who first brought me into Bruce Frank's store and introduced me to the world of beadingCathy at Liberty House who encouraged me to create more jewelry and who sold for me for yearsAll the friends who have [...]

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What in incredible holiday season!

Dear Carnelian Knoll Customers-I could not possibly do what I do without the support of all of my wonderful returning customers. I so appreciate that you have selected Carnelian Knoll as your go to place to purchase my handmade creations and that so many of you return to Carnelian Knoll year after year! THANK YOU. [...]

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Last 2017 weekend on the Upper West Side

I will be back at the Grand Bazaar on Columbus Avenue between 76th and 77th Street for the last time in 2017 this Sunday, November 12th. Please come visit me there or at the Union Square Holiday Market starting on Thursday November 16th. To sweeten the deal and to thank you for 19 years of [...]

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Spring on Columbus Avenue

As you may have heard, there will be no Crafts on Columbus this Spring. That does not mean, however, that you can't find Carnelian Knoll.I will be at the Greenflea Grand Bazaar many Sundays starting this Sunday, April 23rd. Located in the school yard on Columbus Avenue between 77&76th Streets, the market is open from [...]

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Carnelian Knoll Studio open on Manhattan's Upper West Side

As you may have heard, Crafts on Columbus has been cancelled while the Museum of Natural History is undergoing construction. I do not currently have any public shows planned for this Spring. So how do you get a hold of Carnelian Knoll Creations?1. Please contact me Julie@CarnelianKnoll.com or 917-579-3908 to schedule an appointment to visit [...]

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Union Square opens November 17th!!!

I'm so excited about my new necklace display that I will be revealing at the Union Square Holiday Market on November 17th. I have so many new necklace and bracelet designs and they should be easier to see with the newly designed panels. These are items that are not available on the web- hundreds of [...]

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New Earrings on the Site!

So I've finally decided that it is better to have new merchandise on the site than to worry about having those perfect photos. In March, I met with my main vintage bead source, a septuagenarian who has been in the bead business since 1974! She finally decided that she isn't going to move to California and invited me to [...]

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