Jewelry - Mary Lowe
Mary Lowe grew up in a small coastal Texas town, where there were few flowers amid the salt grass and sand. The austere life of a fisherman's daughter was devoid of glamour, but her father taught her practical skills: how to make fishnets from twine and crab traps from wire. Mary knew from beloved fairy tales that it was possible to transform the ordinary, to create something wonderful from nothing. So the fishnet "stitch" she learned became a web out of which jeweled flowers from the crab trap wire grew. Eventually, this childhood fantasy became a reality with her jewelry creations. THAT is the ultimate prize for any practical princess: fantasy flowers she fashions from nothing but fire and bits of glass and wire. MAGIC!