Every piece of jewelry I won has meaning. Years ago, I slowly started weaning out the pieces that didn’t have a special place in my heart and now I only wear those that make me feel something when I put them on. I, of course, don’t expect everyone to have such a serious attitude toward their adornments, but I think the sentiment is something worth looking at. Surely we can agree that there can be meaning in even the smallest of gestures (such as slipping on a bracelet before leaving the house.) There is intention and there is beauty. And that is where the magic happens.
Becky Johnson grew up watching her grandmother crochet, listening to her stories. In particular, Johnson’s grandmother spoke of immigrating to the United States and being forced to change their last name in order to assimilate easier. Johnson learned that there is meaning in creating something small, something beautiful. And she named her own line of handcrafted jewelry after her grandmother and their original name: Annachich Jewelry. Every piece in the collection is gorgeously crafted with love and attention to detail and these unique pieces are the ones that will remain year after year, after the trinkets have long been donated or passed over. This Hexidot Necklace? I imagine my grandchildren wearing it one day. That, my friends, is the kind of intention I’m talking about. Annachich Jewelry is love you can wear.