CATS AND BUOYS! $129 (buoys), $189-$229 (catboats), www.cesarsworld.com Inspired by the whimsical lobster buoys (right) and catboats we njoy seeing up and down the coastline, fine-jewelry maker Cesar Palma uses semiprecious stones and hand-cut shell — lapis lazuli for the blues, turquoise for the greens, spiny oyster shell for the reds and
oranges, plus onyx, mother of pearl, and more — all stunningly set
in sterling silver. Also, see catboat pendents on Contents page.
CONSOLACION SHIPWRECK PENDANT
Lost Galleon makes jewelry out of coins recovered
from shipwrecks. Their current selection ranges
from Ancient Egyptian coins (circa 73 BC)
to El Cazador, a Spanish ship that
sank in the Gulf of Mexico
in 1784. They also have
a line of jewelry made
of pottery shards from
SHACKLE AND KNOT BRACELET
A substantial sterling-silver chain, formed in the
shape of shackle and seized overhand knots. Faz
Jewelry Designs, based in Miami, says all their
designs are original and handmade. They also have
an extensive collection of sportfishing jewelry, and
a “pirate treasure coin collection.” — C.L.
Now that you’ve figured out the gift list for beautifying yourself or your loved ones, turn to page 62 for the
power tools you’ll need to pretty up your boat.
The Surfhunter 25 Center Console
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