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About Asha

Asha by ADM celebrates the art and architecture of Paris, Florence, and other stunning cities beloved by Ashley Dodgen-McCormick, the label's jetsetting founder. Even the quatrefoil clasps that have become Asha's signature fasteners are inspired by art — in this case, Paris' medieval Sainte-Chapelle. Asha's bold cabochon earrings, chunky bracelets, and conversation-starting necklaces feature large-cut onyx, moonstone, and other semi-precious stones set in gold-dipped sterling silver and polished to shine. The horoscope-reading faithful will adore the label's popular Zodiac collection, which sets luminescent mother of pearl amidst white sapphires in 14-karat vermeil. In addition to becoming a favorite among celebs, Asha by ADM has been featured in the pages of Harper's Bazaar, Elle, and other major fashion magazines.

Past Sales Featuring Asha

Sale Ended December 30, 2011

Fashion Jewelry: Last Chance Deals

Entangled strand necklaces. Octagonal bangles. Sets of 36 colorful bangles. The finds in this jewelry selection are as bold as they are eclectic. Shop some of your favorite designers, from Amrita Singh to Belargo, and act fast — this is your last chance to snag these pieces.

Sale Ended January 21, 2012

Earrings

The spotlight is on earrings in this incredible sale — and no style has been left behind, including glitzy danglers, stately studs, and sleek hoops. Our glamorous selection showcases all of your favorite designers, too. So don’t keep those lobes waiting!

Sale Ended November 10, 2012

Essentials: The Statement Ring

Meet the components of classic, versatile style: the sweater dress, the clean jean, the layering tee, the knit hat, the cognac boot, and the statement ring.

Sale Ended November 26, 2011

The Stud Earring

Good things do indeed come in small packages, as evidenced by this array of striking stud earrings. Here, find elegant crystal options, multicolor crystal cluster earrings, and a number of intriguing shapes (fans, ladybugs, and birds, to name a few).