A gal's best friend.
One of my fave local jewellery designers, Gay Isber, is having a major clear-out sale - tomorrow only! If you live in Toronto it's so worth stopping by.
Gay uses vintage chains and beads, Swarovski crystal and new elements to create big, bold and beautiful neck pieces, bracelets and earrings.
For the sale, items start at $8 and many average $20-35.
Gay sells on the Shopping Channel, at the Royal Ontario Museum, and more. This is the sale of the century!
This earrings are only $15 each.
Wish I still wore earrings.
Funnily enough, the pieces I'm showing you here, though I love 'em, aren't really for me.
I love pretty, but I need my pretty mixed with rock n' roll.
So I spent hours there while Gay and her colleague Jess helped me find just the right pieces.
There's a whole room of samples and last year's stock for $20 a pop - I kid you not. Chunky necklaces that were selling for $100+ last summer at the ROM are now 20 smackeroos.
I loved this purple Swarovski crystal and silver tone piece. But silver is just too pale for pale moi.
I did find a huge multi-tier gold necklace made of vintage chains from the 1950s to 80s.
It was originally $100, but I snagged it for $20.
Other pieces are $30 and $35, with earrings for $5 and $15.
I can't believe I didn't buy this to go with my gold chain, for $20.
As you may know, I love that combo of rock n' roll with feminine.
It still may be there tomorrow if you drop by!
I think I may go back and get some gifts.
Gay does everything from over-the-top to more classic, refined pieces she sells on the shopping channel.
Friday, May 21 from 11 a.m to 10 p.m.
55 Charles Street West
Buzz 101, Apt 1903
Oh, they have Interac!