Laura James Jewelry in Charlotte Wedding Fall/Winter 2012
CLT Wedding: Southern Style




 Laura James Jewelry's Ashleigh Necklace Featured on Front Cover




"Natural Beauty"









 Laura James Jewelry featured in CLT Wedding's "Natural Beauty" Editorial: p.64 Vintage Amethyst Ashleigh Necklace $262, p.65 Holden Necklace, LJJ Vintage Cocktail Ring, Mecklenburg Stud Earrings, p.66/67 Gingko Necklace $128, p.68 Holden Necklace $218, Mecklenburg Stud Earrings $68, p.68 Vintage Iron Work + White Japanese Beaded Chain Necklace $118, p.71 Lettie Cocktail Ring $62 and Florence Necklace

"Madly In Love"

Laura James Jewelry featured in CLT Wedding's "Madly in Love" Editorial: Vintage Green Lucite Earrings $264, Petra Necklace $246, Vintage Earrings $50, Carlyle Cocktail Ring $62

 "Stunning Stones"

Laura James Jewelry's Julia Necklace $194 featured in CLT Wedding's "Stunning Stones" Feature



Charlotte Magazine "White Now": May 2011


Laura James Jewelry's Lucie Necklace......Must Have it "White Now"

Check Out Laura James Jewelry's "Lucie Necklace" $152 featured on p.28 of Charlotte Magazine's "White Now" Editorial Feature!

Charlotte Shop Talk: Laura James Jewelry

  Style, Shopping and Fashion in the Queen City

May 5, 2011  11:30 AM
Charlotte Shop Talk

Online Finds: FashionStake.com (Featuring Laura James Jewelry!)

Yes, we all love Etsy, but as it has grown from a cult site for underground crafters into an enormous marketplace for emerging and established artists alike, it started to get a little... overwhelming, no?  If you like to discover new designers, but would prefer a bit more of a "curated" focus in your online marketplace then it's time you checked out FashionStake.com.

This clever new site seeks out talented designers from all over the country to add to their site as featured designer boutiques, including our very own local jewel master, Laura James.  You can shop her Fashion Stake boutique right here (hint: these are items you can't buy on her regular website).  But, this website also has an "American Idol"-like twist. They bring in a few items from new designers and let shoppers vote to decide who and what on the site as a "Crowd Favorite" and rewards the shoppers who choose the winning designs.

Happy clicking! Let us know what you think.

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