Jeweler Moorea Seal Opens Online Shop

| Updated: November 27, 2018

!--paging_filter--pa href=""Moorea Seal/a, emSeattle/em magazine’s Designer to Watch for jewelry in 2012, has opened a super-cool online shop (with a huge a href="" target="_blank"team/a of helpers), called, appropriately, a href="" target="_blank" The site is focused on beautiful artisan-made items by US-based designers, including a href="" target="_blank"Seal’s jewelry line/a, a href="" target="_blank"Balue/Co/a (another emSeattle/em mag a href=""fave/a), awesome bags from a href="" target="_blank"Pine + Boon/a (another local talent), as well as beautiful pieces by *a href="" target="_blank"Evidence Jewelry/a and a href="" target="_blank"Mineralogy/a (seen in the photo above). Seven percent of all the proceeds benefit local nonprofits, designated into five cause categories, Caring for Animals, Health + Wellness, Children’s Needs, Women’s Causes and Protecting Our Planet, an element of the shop that Seal calls “essential.” Each designer on the site has chosen to partner with a category that they care about and shoppers have the option to shop by cause, which empowers them as consumers./p
pInteresting to note about Seal: she has a mega-huge online following. “I have over 3,000 followers of my a href="" target="_blank"personal blog/a and over 850,000 followers on a href="" target="_blank"Pinterest/a,” she says. “I've been ranked in the top 200 pinners out of millions of people, since Pinterest launched a few years ago. I was even picked by Pinterest to be featured in 2012's Christmas campaign 30 Days of Pinspiration along side Anthropologie, Refinery 29 and Nina Garcia!”/p
pOur picks from the shop include a href="" target="_blank"this/a leather blocked cross body bag from Rouge Whimsy (another rad Seattle designer);nbsp;a href="" target="_blank"this/a pretty in pink sorbet scarf from Karu; a href="" target="_blank"Free Mason earrings from Shadow House/a (huge and distinctive); and Seal’s delicate a href="" target="_blank"pyrite drop necklace/a. But it's all awesome./p


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