In the mail today, I noticed this new catalog for Sorrelli’s Spring 2010 Collection. Unique is definitely a good word to describe this line of jewelry, defined by bold, bright yet delicate jewel combinations. Sorrelli jewelry is hand crafted from genuine semi-precious stones and high quality Austrian crystals. It is designed to become heirlooms, handed down through the generations. And believe it or not, it’s actually affordable.

I first learned of Sorrelli when I received these earrings as a birthday gift from my boyfriend’s mom:

We have similar tastes in jewelry so when she gave them to me she said “I think you’ll really like this company” and handed me the catalog for that season. I fell in love instantly. Each turn of the page was even more stunning than the first! The style of photography is similar to the actual jewelry.. bold, bright & delicate.

Lisa Oswald, Sorrelli’s creator, knew she was interested in designing jewelry from the young age of 8. She would make beads from the clay she found in a stream-bed near her home, bake them in her mother’s oven, and sell them to her aunts. So she was not just a creative young woman but a little businesswoman, too!

While working toward her BFA at Kutztown University Lisa met her husband, Kermit Oswald. After graduating, in 1983, she began her long awaited business venture with the help of her twin sisters, Susie & Sandy. Together they named the company Sorrelli, which is adapted from the Italian word for sisters,“sorrelle”. Their mission statement is “to create beautiful jewelry and bring enjoyment to those who wear it.” It’s very clear they have accomplished this & more over the past 27 years.

Rock on Sorrelli Sisters … ♥

Check them out & subscribe to their catalog right NOW:


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