Saturday, November 13, 2010

Event Update: One of A Kind Show Nov 18-21!

Be our guest at the One of a Kind Show and Sale New York®
Location: Midtown at 7W (on 34th St between 5th and 6th Ave, directly across from the Empire State Building)
Date: November 18-21, 2010 (Thurs to Sun)
Show Hours:
Thursday: November 18, 12 pm – 9 pm
Friday: November 19, 11 am – 8 pm
Saturday: November 20, 11 am – 7 pm
Sunday: November 21, 11 am – 5pm

Hope to see you all there!!!

t. kahres jewelry is now part of this exciting shopping event showcasing truly unique artists. Look for her new pieces inspired by marine and nature's bounties!! If you can't wait to check out her pieces, visit her at!

or shop at her store on Etsy at

Also at the same booth, check out her fellow jewelry designer and dear friend, Rebecka Froberg. For more info on Rebecka's delicate, folklore-inspired pieces go to

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Single Hanging Bird earring

by Linda Zeng

Sometimes you just wanna head out the door but still want to look like you put some thought into your wardrobe. So you fumble around for a hat, or a piece of jewelry...well, look no further! This single bird earring from t. kahres jewelry is her most popular item for sale on! Wear it with a one-shoulder top or a fedora, it's all good.

Shop t. Kahres Jewelry at

BCBG One shoulder top

Boutique to You top

Forever 21 top

Enjoy and see you soon!

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Kings County General Store Market This Sunday

by Linda Zeng

Come see t. kahres jewelry at Kings County General Store this Sunday, August 29th!
12pm-5pm, free admission and drink specials at the Park Slope venue, Southpaw!

Southpaw, 125 5th Avenue, (between Douglass and Butler streets); Park Slope, Brooklyn; 718-230-0236;
When: 12noon to 5pm

Here's some photos from the participants, including our own looking-forward-to-autumn enamel leaf earrings:

More posts to follow soon!
See ya!

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Knot like Other Bracelets

By Linda Zeng

We're experiencing a cooler, autumnal week here in Brooklyn, which makes me feel nostalgic for summer already. (Was it just a couple of weeks ago since that heat wave?) This in turn makes me ponder about summer baubles. The perfect jewelry pieces for sticky-icky weather is the bracelet, lots and lots of them. In Nantucket, kids (and fashion-forward adults, I bet) wear the rope bracelet. These thick, white cotton cords are worn all summer long, until thread-bare in the fall. When you take them off it becomes the best tan line. Now these bracelets are re-imagined and given new sophisticated edge. Take a look:

In the meantime, enjoy summer!

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Some New Pieces and go-to Favorites

by Linda Zeng

Some of my favorite necklaces of all time are these red poppy flowers. With so many pastels on the runway for fall, this necklace adds that extra pop of color.

In this never-ending New York heat wave, thank goodness Teresa's been designing new earrings! They're the best alternatives to necklaces to keep your neck cool and free. She just took these pictures, including these delicate enamel hanging leave earrings. They look so rich against the wood grains, don't they?

Come to the monthly shopping event Kings County General Store, and visit t. Kahres Jewelry there! Kings Co General Store is a monthly market featuring over 30 brooklyn based artists, designers, shops and food companies. At Southpaw, 125 Fifth Ave in Park Slope, Brooklyn features local companies offering products that are made in New York...apparel, accessories, jewelry, handcrafted bath products, stationery, housewares, artisanal foods and more.
For more info, go to

See you there!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Kings County General Store Market launches Sunday 4/25!

T. Kahres Jewelry is excited to participate in the upcoming event, Kings Co General Store Market in Park Slope, Brooklyn!!! Please come see our space for unique returning and new favorite jewelry!

Info and Directions:
Kings Co General Store
is a monthly market featuring over 30 brooklyn based artists, designers, shops and food companies. The Market launching Sunday April 25, from 12 pm- 5 pm, at Southpaw, 125 Fifth Ave in Park Slope, Brooklyn features local companies offering products that are made in New York...apparel, accessories, jewelry, handcrafted bath products, stationery, housewares, artisanal foods and more.

Music by DJ Mikey Palms and friends from Southpaw and East Village Radio's Chances With Wolves.

Free admission and gift bags stuffed with local goods for the first 50 well as drink specials, coffee, sweets, pinball and a photobooth.

Subway info:

Bergen St (2, 3),

Union St (M, R),

7th Ave (Q, B).

Kings County General Store

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Jewelry in Films

By Linda Zeng
Here are some movies that feature characters who wear jewelry to perfection. The pieces are not necessarily dramatic or iconic, but they bring out the aesthetic qualities of the movie, the character, and its actors.

Caramel (Lebanon)
Eva Green in Casino Royale wearing an Algerian Love Knot necklace by Sophie Harley
The Damned

Marie Antoinette

What are some of your personal jewelry favorites from films? Let us know in the comment section!

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Saturday, March 13, 2010

New Custom Men's Double Finger Ring

by Linda Zeng

Did you know that up until recent history, men wore equal, if not more, amounts of jewelry than women? The Industrial Revolution and its motto of thrift and practicality, however, made men do away with accessorizng. What a shame!

t. kahres jewelry recently custom created this men's double finger ring so no one would have to give up style or substance. The ring pays equal focus on the two rows of five black diamonds, as well as on the double bands.

It is rhodium plated in platinum, over sterling silver.Rhodium is a precious metal, a member of the platinum family. Rhodium electroplating is used to provide a surface that will resist scratches and tarnish, and give a white, reflective appearance.
The slanted rows reminds us of retro looking thunderbolts!

If you would like to have your own customized order, just contact Teresa via email at
Also, check out this ring and more on Etsy.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Let It Be...Spring Already!

By Linda Zeng

Just when it feels like February would never end, March peeks out at us from around the corner. Alas, even though groundhogs everywhere have promised us a short winter, we'd believe it when we see it. Luckily there are new jewelry trends for Spring to keep us busy oogling until until March 20! This Ilias Lalaounis for Sophia Kokosalaki gold draped necklace caught our eye, in keeping with the Art Deco/ Floral trend we've been seeing.

And also these gold-plated Horn earrings from her collection; doesn't it look like something Frida Kahlo might have worn? So opulent and romantic, in a bohemian way.

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Wow your Valentine with t.kahres Jewelry!

Come by Urban Alchemist this Sunday, Valentine's Day and buy your loved one a piece jewelry, there will be lots of treats! Urban Alchemist 343 5th Street  Shop: Blog:  Teresa Kahres 

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Sisters' Keeper!

by Linda Zeng

Teresa just collaborated on a custom ring with her dear friend Margaret Danek Vasquez, creator of the couture stationary label, Tiger & Jones. With Margaret's expertise in letter design and print, and Teresa's expertise in jewelry design and execution, this beautifully elegant and simple ring was born!
Margaret calls it the "Sister Ring," because she will wear it close to her wedding band to celebrate her two lovely daughters.

The band is matte 14K yellow gold, studded with yellow diamonds, and hand-engraved with the each daughter's name in a pretty rounded script; it reminds us of vintage French grammar book writings! The rings are truly adorable and definitely something that will become instant heirlooms.

'til next week, enjoy!

Visit Margaret's website at

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Ring in the New Year

by Linda Zeng

Happy two-o-ten, everyone! To start things off creatively this year, Teresa Kahres has crafted this uber-edgy, super-chic engagement ring. The industrial-grade, rough cut diamonds nestle atop the matte, white gold band. The rocks' colors vary, but I love how some are shades of champagne and other hues are grey to clear. It's the perfectly modern way to say I do.

T. Kahres Jewelry welcomes customized engagement ring orders. Please inquire at or visit