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About Elizabeth Showers

Dallas-based designer Elizabeth Showers launched her eponymous label in 1996 “simply to make pretty jewelry for women.” Showers’ glittering creations reference the natural world, both in her choice of materials — white sapphires and quartz, deep green malachite, rare Lapis lazuli, and other precious gemstones — and her designs, many of which resemble flowers and plants. Vintage-inspired, beaded chandelier earrings, multi-strand black onyx necklaces, and emerald-cut prehnite and pyrite rings are some of the elegant baubles you’ll find in her collection, which features settings made of rhodium, sterling silver or 18-karat gold. In 2005, Showers debuted a small collection of star-shaped pendants, earrings and other pieces named Hope Star, the proceeds of which go to nonprofits that raise awareness of eating disorders.

Past Sales Featuring Elizabeth Showers

Sale Ended April 23, 2014

Fine Jewelry by Elizabeth Showers

Indulge in a colorful assortment of the designer’s signature gemstone pieces.

Sale Ended August 11, 2013

Fine Jewelry From The Vault

Ready your trigger finger: It's time to indulge in some of our most elegant jewelry finds. Treat yourself to an elegant special-occasion piece (vintage diamond collars, golden pearl pendants) or a bit of playful sparkle (seafoam and orange chalcedony rings, colored pave sapphire cuffs) — either way, you’ll be set to stun.

Sale Ended June 27, 2013

Gemstone Jewelry by Elizabeth Showers & Anzie

The delicate pieces in this opulent assortment are set to stun thanks to a mix of strikingly unexpected jewels. Simple drop earrings, beaded bracelets, pendants, and studs take an impactful turn with the colorful additions of everything from moss agate and chrysoprase to brown tiger’s eye and lavender chalcedony.

Sale Ended April 19, 2015

What a Gem Feat. Paolo Costagli

A vibrant spectrum of fine jewels you’ll want to wear for spring and beyond

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