For your mom or the mom figure in your life, Hawk + Handsaw Jewelry has a set of wood earrings or a wood necklace that she’ll love this Mother’s Day. Whether your mom’s style is subtly elegant, casual, or bold, we’ve got her look. Also, since our jewelry is handmade, every piece is slightly different, and doesn’t your love for your mom demand something unique?
I am doubly blessed with a wonderful mother who is still with me. If Mother’s Day is fraught for you, please know I send you much love and think you should treat yourself to a piece of jewelry, preferably ours.
Of all the holidays, Mother’s Day is the biggest occasion for sending flowers. But your mother is an original, so think outside the florist. Instead of giving mom roses that will die, gift her our Rose Earrings. They’ll last as long as our planet does, which should be another 15 years or so. Great if your mom has a rosy outlook on life, or if you really wish she did.
If I do say so myself, I love the abstract design of our Swirl Earrings. They’re pretty and fun, and the swirls add eye-catching movement. They’re dressy enough to wear with a skirt if that’s your mom’s thing.
If your mom is a pistol, our Bang Bang Earrings will show off her attitude. They’re laser cut and engraved from three layers of maple and walnut plywoods, with pop art polka dots. Plus they practically shout “Celebrate!” which is the whole point of Mother’s Day.
The ancient symbol of hamsa is believed in some cultural traditions to ward off the evil eye, which can result in misfortune or injury. Considering there’s a time in every mom’s life when she wishes she could ward off her kids, hamsa symbols make great Mother’s Day gifts. Pick our Hamsa Earrings or the Hamsa Necklace, or better yet, splurge on both.
If your mom is a quirky nature lover, choose our Hooked Fish Earrings, laser cut from maple plywood with fish features in cherry. I like to think of them as symbolic of a mom’s ability to bring order to a wriggly child.
How are you celebrating or being celebrated this Mother’s Day?