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Photo of the Day – Wednesday 6/29/11: Caja Jewelry

Fast forward to February, 2011 when Caja’s nameplates adorned the models on no less than 20 pages of this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.  Not to mention the ads I saw on bus stops and in the 14th Street subway station.  Seriously huge deal.  And because SI gives credit where credit is due, Caja’s company name appeared next to each photo.

Caja makes a wide range of handcut designs in addition to the name plates.  They make name plate cuffs, which I’ve never seen before.  And their charms are delicate and whimsical.  I love them all, but the cleaver really speaks to me for some reason…

So I am thrilled to report that while they’re business is taking off, Caja owners and designers Andrea and Juan can still be found in the city’s artisan markets.  I recently ran into them at the Renegade Craft Fair, and they sell their designs at several local shops, including our favorite Better Than Jam Coop.  Visit the Caja Jewelry online shop, and please “like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter!

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