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by Debbie Howe $99999.00 - 0.00 $19.95 - 29.95

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Geek Chic

Let the objects that deliver you safely through cyberspace serve as talismans against the real world out there. Becoming prettily abstract when separated from the keyboard, sterling silver mice dangle from delicate French hook earrings, while the Help key (also in sterling) looks for assistance from its dainty ball chain, and the power button earrings are a sure match for your power suit. A unique gift for Jill in IT who was able to recover those lost files on your hard drive, these pieces are a great way to show your healthy appreciation of technology. Handmade in New York by artist Debbie Howe. Each sold separately.

These items have been discontinued. When they sell out, they will no longer be available. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Only the help key necklace is available at this time.

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sterling silver
earrings: .75" L necklace: 18" L
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Debbie Howe

Debbie Howe

Debbie Howe specializes in jewelry that reflects the vocation or avocation of the wearer. This seriously fun jewelry all started in 1990 when she made her chef-husband a gold knife pin for Valentine's Day. From that first pin have evolved many items for the chef, the gardener and the gourmet.

A distinguishing feature of her jewelry is the attention to detail. Each piece is meticulously handmade in the USA of sterling silver. Some pieces employ 18k or gemstone details to achieve a precise miniature replica of a particular tool or symbol.

Debbie Howe has an MFA from the State University of New York at New Paltz. She also attended the Provincetown Art Association Museum School, as a scholarship student, and was a resident at the prestigious artist's colony Yaddo, in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Her jewelry has been featured in many publications including Bon Appetit, The New Yorker, The Los Angeles Times and The Dallas Morning News. She lives in Rhinebeck, NY with her husband and daughter.

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