Here's my little display (Please ignor the terrible photo). If you would like to read about the construction of the large oval nautical pendant (second from the left), I wrote a post during construction with in-process photos here.
They even sell "Pretty Tools" brand tools for women. All kinds of every basic tool you can imagine with enameled flowers all over them.
And they are ready for Mardi Gras!
I have to say that my photos don't really do the shop justice. I took them during a quick impromptu visit while in the area. There is so much to see and such variety. All types of local artisan wares as well as fair trade items. She even sells some gem stones. I got a very nice lapis stone the last time I was there that I plan on setting in a metal clay piece later. There are some unique gifts there that you won't find any where else. She even sells some beautiful seashells. You know, the kind that you can never really find intact on the beach. In fact, I made the silver nautical pendant from molds that I made using some really cool seashells I got from there.
One of the great things about Cadeaux Caches is the location. It's right on the main street in Fairhope where you will find all kinds awesome places to shop and eat and stroll. I can't wait to go back and try out another resturant!
Some other places where you can see my jewelry locally:
Mac and DD's Emporium, Dauphin island, Alabama
The Gingerbread House, Semmes, Alabama
And, I have a shop online at Etsy called Life Art Designs.
Have a great day!