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Tiffany Stallings Holcomb

This necklace says “royalty” in the softest, prettiest way. Perfectly shaped teardrop citrine beads hang from a delicate lace created from the weaving of gold color seed beads. I wish the picture did it justice. It is even more beautiful in person. Aside from beautiful jewelry, Tiff also paints, draws, and makes the most beautiful pastels that I have ever had the pleasure of viewing. I will have to show one of her pastels soon. I am sure she would be glad to show you samples of her art work if you request it via e-mail.


  1. That is very intricate and beautiful. I really admire beautiful bead work.


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