Who Are We?
We are two sisters that share a love of jewelry and fashion. I started with a store at Kitsy Lane, and my sister, aka "Silver Mama", ended up being my best customer. We spent time on the phone and sent emails with pictures back and forth, and eventually decided we should start our own boutique. Though living in different states, we formed 2 Sisters Laughing and have done our best to inspire women of all ages with our pieces. Through our journey with jewelry, we have become better friends, co-workers and both share a deeper love of family.
This boutique was founded on the belief that jewelry should be affordable for everyone. We should all be able to accentuate, adorn, and develop our own style without breaking the bank (or spending the grocery money). The boutique was started with the more vintage pieces of sterling silver and we are always keeping our eye out for more. There are also a few fashion pieces with a statement of their own, but they just don't last forever. Our newest collection is the chainmaille, we absolutely love being able to custom make a piece of jewelry for a customer.
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A note about our chainmaille:
We use the highest quality jump rings available. Most are saw cut by hand rather than machine cut resulting in flush ends that permit the rings to be closed as smoothly and neatly as possible. Every effort is made to ensure each jump ring joins as seamlessly as possible. Both sides of the joined ring will be viewed and most will also get the fingertip rub to catch anything that may pick clothing.
You may notice that we offer to custom make some of our pieces in Argentium silver which is almost white in color and tarnish resistant; a cut above sterling. A simple rinse and drying with a lint free cloth about every six months will restore its natural luster. A silver polishing product should not be used on Argentium. If you are contemplating purchasing sterling silver, please compare the price to the Argentium.
***All precious metals should be kept in a zip lock type bag when not worn to prevent tarnish. A simple Baggie will work for this purpose.