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  1. Hand Carved Horse Pendant set in Sterling Silver. This unique piece is hand carved from bone (water buffalo) and then set in a Sterling Silver frame with ornate bail. The entire Horse Pendant measures 2" in length including the bail, and it 1-1/2" wide.
  2. Horsehair remembrance bracelet customHorsehair Remembrance Bracelet. Think padded leather browband. The Horsehair Leather Bracelet is made by a master leatherworker with precise craftsmanship.
  3. Hearts and Horses Pendant. I believe that just about says it all. We love horses and display our love with Horse and Equestrian Jewelry that shows off the focus.

    This beatifully design horse head fitting into a heart is one of my favorite pieces. And a bonus is that the a percentage of each sale goes to a Therapeutic Riding Center.
  4. English Stirrup Pendant in Sterling SilverStirrup Jewelry comes in a wide variety of styles. And as horse lovers and riders we search out the perfect, for each one of us, Stirrup Pendant or Necklace. Or Stirrup Earrings or Rings. Or Western Stirrup Leather Bracelet. How about a Stirrup Faced Watch? Have you ever taken a moment to think about where the Stirrup originated?
     
    A stirrup is a light frame or ring that holds the foot of a rider,
  5. Sterling Silver Horseshoe Pendant - this is the perfect, best one. All the details and slider back so you can put it on a leather cord or sterling chain of your choice.

    A horseshoe, when we are talking about for the horse, as opposed to horseshoe jewelry, is made of a variety of metals, although sometimes made partially or wholly of modern synthetic materials, designed to protect a horse's hoof from wear.
  6. Vermeil Celtic Horses Pin Jewelry Vermeil, which is pronounced Vermay, is Sterling Silver coated with Gold. This Vermeil pin is of Three Intertwined Horses. It is a Celtic design.

    Horses were revered by the Celts. A man might well have been judged by the quality of the horses he kept and by how well he treated them.
  7. Chinese New Year falls on January 31, 2014, at which point the Year of the Horse will burst out of the gates and charge forward until February 18, 2015. The Year of the Horse is about unrestrained freedom, fast action, and enjoying life’s adventures, which makes this the year for bucking broncos, mad-dashing mustangs, and stampeding stallions according to the Chinese Zodiac. In a similar fashion, those born under this sign (2014, 2002, 1990, 1978, 1966, 1954, 1942, 1930, 1918, and 1906) are said to be warm-hearted, carefree, and optimistic individuals who are intuitive and follow their hunches, which often help them make good life decisions.
  8. Happy Holidays Jamies Horse and Equestrian Jewelry
  9. I find this Celestial Horse Pendant with Stars and Moon and colorful planets the perfect piece to express my feelings of joy and excitement during the holidays. He exhibits such exuberance rearing with mane and tail flying.
  10. Cameos are making a strong comeback. And I have several Horse Cameo Pendants including this delightful Mare and Foal.

    The international hit series Downton Abbey has helped popularize cameos so much so that even the Muppet Dowager Countess of
  11. Happy Thanksgiving. For the horse crazies amongst us, and I include myself in that category, we get up early to see and feed and clean up and turn out and love on our horses. And that's before the house gets cleaned, the turkey get put into the oven and all those other necessary chores around the house are accomplished.

    Admit it our horses come first. Did you mix up a special Thanksgiving mash? Offer a few special apples? Hand out those handmade horse treats?

    So on this Thanksgiving Day, I want to thank all our horses.
  12. The Horse in this Black Horse Cuff Bracelet represents just about the perfect universal horse. With mane flying and tail streaming out behind the gorgeous design just grabs you.

    It screams horse and not matter what type of horse you own or love, no matter what style riding you do, this horse cuff says it all.
  13. There is just something so incredible about the range of blues in Turquoise. If you get very very familiar with the you can even tell what mine it came from in the Southwest or even if the Turquoise has been imported.

    Turquoise, the "fallen sky stone" hidden in Mother Earth, has been valued by cultures for its beauty and reputed spiritual and life-giving qualities for over 7000 years. Can you imagine noticing a clear blue line running through gray rock for the first time. And seeing the imagery of sky and water in stone?

    Turquoise has been cherished above all else in creation by the Native Americans - turquoise, stone of sky, stone of water, stone of blessings, good fortune, protection, good health and long life.
  14. There is an extensive tradition of Horses and Hounds. Working animals, helping man. But there is also an exhaustive tradtion of love. Loving animals, and having both horses and dogs in our lives. And this Horseshoe and Paw Print Pendant epitomizes that love. What better way to show your love than to wear this horse, equestrian, animal themed necklace?

    For generations dogs have been breed to serve a specific need - Sporting Breeds for instance.
  15. Did you know Epona in the Celtic tradition was the protector of horses, as well as donkeys and mules? Protector of mares and foals.

    What is fascinating is that in Celtic "epos" means "horse" and "ona" as a suffix added simply means on! Since the horse was so important to life for these people Epona occupied an very important place in the Gallic religion. And she was venerated both by the military and their cavalry, as well as by the common people. Who could not love her and love their horses.
  16. The wonderful thing about horses is that there is a different one for every one. What I mean is there are different breeds, colors, sizes, temperments. And then there are all the ways we can ride, drive, train and play with them.

    With horse breeds, if we just begin at the beginning and the A's Arabians, American Quarter Horse, Andalusians, Akhal-Tek, American Saddlebred to name a few. Each letter of the alpabet has more and more horse breeds. And the breeds generally fall into Hot Blooded like Thoroughbreds and Arabians, Warm Bloods like Hanovarians and Trekehners, and Cold Bloods (draft horses) like Belgians and Clydesdales.
  17. If you are starting your holiday gift buying and have a horse lover or two or three on your list you have come to the right place. Looking at all that is on my Horse and Equestrian Jewelry website can be a bit overwhelming. So lets start with Snaffle Bit or Horse Bit Jewelry.

    Snaffles come in all sorts of styles. I mean that from the bit perspective. There are Full Cheek, D-Ring, Loose-Ring bits and many more types. The reason for the variety of bits is that the snaffle bit is one of the most common type of bits used in riding horses.
  18. To go along with Jo's Ol' Blue here is Steve's diagram and photos for building a tippy bridge of your very own. Use to build your horse's confidence on the ground and in the saddle. If you have any questions feel free to post a comment.

    From the shameless commerce division of Jamies Horse Jewelry, I hope once you have printed out these directions you have a little time to wander through my site and select items for your loved ones to purchase for you. Holidays, Birthdays, Just Because You are Wonderful Days.
  19. Linda calls hers "Steady Eddie" in the Game of Contact, we call ours "Ol' Blue" :))) It's amazing!!!! So is my awesome husband, Steve, for building it for me from looking at the GoC DVD. He drew up plans, just looked at Linda's and made it up. Jolene McDowell



    I got involved to help Jo with her generous offer to make these plans available and save her from sending them out one at a time ; -)
  20. I am finally getting around to doing a blog for my Horse and Equestrian Jewelry website, JamiesHorseJewelry.com. And I got thinking, do you really want to read about how Sterling Silver is the new Gold? That charm bracelets are the rage? That you should collect horse jewelry from designers you love? That this or that piece of jewelry is what you absolutely must purchase for that horse loving equestrienne in your life?

    I think not. I am going to make this blog about horses. After all that is why we buy horse jewelry – we love horses! I will post new jewelry pieces that I think will appeal to you.






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