Provide a cheery ambiance to your home with this charming Jay Strongwater Yellow Sunflower Pot Frame Mini-Box.. Handcrafted in the USA, this frame has multicolored hand painted enamel over silver toned metal, with hand-set multicolored Swarovski crystals. The crystals in the circle around the frame opening are a beautiful pink and the bee on the flower has lavender crystals. There are also some pretty green crystals on the underside of one of the leaves and clear crystals on the pot latch for opening the box. You can change the photo in the frame as well as use the box at the bottom of the pot for storing little treasures.
It is 3″H x 1 3/4″W x 1 13/100″D and handcrafted in the USA. It arrives in an attractive Jay Strongwater Box with foam inserts for protection when shipping and storing along with a small screwdriver to remove the back of the frame for changing the picture. Suggested retail price for this frame/box is $295.00
Jay Strongwater’s jewelry and accessory lines are sold at Sak’s Fifth Avenue, Henri Bendel, Nieman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman department stores. His high quality work is considered as new age Faberge. Designs by Strongwater include picture frames, decorative boxes, compacts, home accents, lipstick cases, vanity trays, bookmarks, figurines, key rings, mini frames, napkin rings, perfume bottles, pins, purse sprays, tabletops items, vanity jars/mirrors, vases, wine stoppers and candlesticks. His jewelry and accessories are of the highest quality in designs and workmanship and, therefore, sell for high end prices.
Jay Strongwater’s designs are instantly recognized by the swirled and layered enamel paint, the hand-placed clear and colored Swarovski crystals and a lighthearted use of motifs. His designs are hand-painted enamel over metal (filigreed, pewter, antique brass, and silver plate) and hand-set with Swarovski crystals using old-world hand crafted techniques. His outstanding designs are taken from nature like leaves and flowers and/or animals to include butterflies, frogs, salamanders, and dragonflies.Jay Strongwater thinks like a jeweler whether he’s working on a candlestick, a wine stopper or a clock. He knows how to set a stone so it has the right sparkle.