Glitter and Glam

This necklace from a local craftswoman is indicative of her work, which often features vivid colors.




Paula Nettleship of Mt. Lebanon creates jewelry for Koolkat Designs and H. Baskin Clothiers in Mt. Lebanon. This collet necklace with drops ($325) is available at those shops as well as seasonally at the Chautauqua Institution Strohl Art Center and Fowler-Kellogg Art Center’s gallery store.


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