Her article is fascinating! I often do not have time to sit down and read anymore, and Lucinda also offers these on Audible - an amazing way to listen to her books on my way to the farm. I was absolutely hooked! I was able to work with her on the project and was honored to do so. She was meticulous and wanted every detail correct. Her research and mine came together in this instant! Lucinda mentions me and my shop in her article which is very exciting ~
"Commissioned 18th Century reproduction jewelry.
As my readers know, my characters’ fabulous
clothing is complemented by equally fabulous
jewelry. So I commissioned K. Walters At the
Sign of the Gray Horse, an 18th Century
reproduction jewelry maker extraordinaire, to
create the jewelry I describe in the books, from
Antonia’s emerald and diamond choker, to the
Duke’s emerald ducal ring, and Lady Mary’s
equipage (chatelaine). It’s all there!
What is even more exciting, Kimberly will be
offering the Roxton Collection of 18th Century
jewelry in her Etsy store. All profit from sales go
to support the upkeep of Kimberly’s rescue horses.
I dare you to resist owning your very own Antonia
emerald bracelet, or Rory’s pineapple earrings!
Stay tuned for the Roxton Jewelry Collection debut!"