Mary Hurst will hold a trunk show of her Celtic jewerly

by: SUBMITTED PHOTO -  Mary Hurst will hold a trunk show of the Celtic jewelry she creates at Mela's in downtown Lake Oswego on March 15. Jeweler Mary Hurst will hold a trunk showing of her Celtic jewelry at Mela’s, located at 390 N. State St. in downtown Lake Oswego, on March 15.

Born and raised in County Tipperary, Ireland, Hurst studied dress design and incorporates her love of fashion into the jewelry she creates. Her collection consists of one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces.

Hurst’s Celtic line combines traditional Celtic designs with gemstones and pearls honoring the ancient designs with contemporary flair. Some of the symbols she incorporates into her pieces are: spirals, which symbolize growth, expansion and cosmic energy of the sun; circles, representing the eternal cycle of birth, death and rebirth; triangles and trefoils, which represent the pre-Christian triad of earth, sea and sky; and the Trinity Knot, which is an early symbol of Christianity representing the dogma of three persons in one god.

To learn more about Hurst’s jewelry, visit or visit Mela during store hours.

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