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Former Gallery Owner Joins Hunter-Wolff Gallery

November 10, 2009 in jewelry | Comments (0)

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If you panicked when you learned Calabash was closing, you can relax because we brought the highly coveted Murphy Originals collection from Calabash to Hunter-Wolff Gallery. When the former Calabash gallery owner Sandy Murphy announced she was closing her gallery, it came as a blow to our small business community. But operating a business and working as a full-time Jewelry Designer while balancing family and home is exhausting and challenging—there are only so many hours in the day.  Sandy is an accomplished jewelry designer and her work needed her full attention.  Now she focuses on her design and fabrication work and relies on Hunter-Wolff Gallery to reach you.SM-011L

For those who value high-quality metalsmithing, you will appreciate the innate grace and elegance, interesting shapes, textures, colors and impeccable workmanship in Murphy Originals. Designer Sandy Murphy incorporates clean lines, soft curves, and geometric shapes for sophisticated results. Her pieces often feature 22-karat gold accents, sterling silver, fine pearls and/or one or more gemstones, where the right color combination defines the overall design impact. Even her smallest scale pieces with subdued colors create a “head-turning” reaction.Titanium Druzy & Pearl

Do you love glamour and are ready for something special? Then check out her popular silver pieces with druzy, where the tiny, eye-catching crystals sparkle and glisten.  For more universal everyday wear, many designs are suitable for both casual and eveningwear. These pieces incorporate traditional elements that together create a classic look with a fresh new edge and are meant for the woman who isn’t afraid to have some fun with her jewelry while turning heads. Murphy Originals are engaging and really do turn heads!”

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