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Jewelry in Boston

In honor of the 2015 Super Bowl team the New England Patriots, we took a look at some of the jewelry that Boston has to offer. What we found was a wellspring of magnificence from designer Marsha Tinguely Perreault.  The  inspiration for her jewelry designs stems from myriad sources, giving her jewelry a somewhat intercontinental blend.  From Peru to Egypt to Morocco, Marsha has drawn from countless civilizations. Early on in her career, she discovered lapis lazuli, a stone that fast became one of her most beloved gems; her fascination can be seen in her frequent use of it for rings, earrings, and necklaces.  She also utilizes gems of similar hues, like turquoise and Peruvian opal. Her latest work pulls inspiration largely from Moroccan culture, incorporating the swirling zellige patterns and arabesque designs common to Moroccan art and architecture.

At the end of March, Marsha will be exhibiting her newest pieces as part of a Trunk Show during the Boston Design Week.  Her work has been chosen as one of the top ten events of the week, so if you’re in the area be sure to check it out.  You will find her on March 29 at Exclusive Jewels Gallery, located at 121 Charles Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

For more information, or to purchase Marsha’s jewelry, check out:  A portion of the proceeds go to the Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation for drug research and related programs.

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