A Celebration with Temple St. Clair

An evening of style and storytelling

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    Haskell Harris and Temple St. Clair host an evening of style and design with Garden & Gun and Elizabeth Bruns Jewelers.

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    One-of-a-kind Platinum Pavé Halo Ring with Paraiba tourmaline and diamond from Temple St. Clair’s High Jewellery collection.

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    Designer Temple St. Clair shares the history and fascinating stories behind her brand.

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    A guest tries on a ring from the Temple St. Clair collection.

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    The signature cocktails for the evening: Grapefruit Paloma.

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    The Falconi series from Wings of Desire consists of three realistic sculptural rings illustrating the life cycle of birds of prey: The male builds a handsome nest; the female nurtures the eggs; they mate for life.

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    Influenced by the colors and details of the sea, Temple St. Clair has a love for the ocean that comes to life through intricate designs featuring royal-blue moonstone, blue sapphire, tsavorite, tanzanite, and diamond.

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    Guests join G&G at The Duke Mansion to shop Temple St. Clair’s latest collection.

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    Temple St. Clair signs copies of Alchemy: A Passion for Jewels, an anecdotal story of Temple St. Clair’s creative journey.

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    H. Wilson Glasgow, Jr., president and owner of Elizabeth Bruns Jewelers and retail partner for the special event.

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    Hilary Crittenden (far left) and Meredith Carter pose with Haskell Harris.

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    From Temple St. Clair’s Haute Couture collection, Wings of Desire, these one-of-a-kind Fantasy Bird Earrings celebrate the grace, plumage, and lightness of birds in a sinuous, elegant tanzanite drop.

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    An exquisite floral arrangement in the entryway of The Duke Mansion designed by In Bloom Ltd.

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On Thursday, March 3, 2016, Garden & Gun readers gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina, to celebrate the stories and craftsmanship behind Temple St. Clair. Guests enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while shopping Temple St. Clair’s latest pieces with G&G Style Director Haskell Harris and designer Temple St. Clair at The Duke Mansion. 

Special thanks to:
The Duke Mansion
Elizabeth Bruns Jewelers
In Bloom Ltd.

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