Welcome to Cara's Creations, your source for unique contemporary jewelry handmade by Cara Jablon in Washington, D.C. Cara, a retired attorney, has been designing jewelry since 1999. Her jewelry has been displayed and sold in numerous juried shows in the Washington, D.C. area. She is a juried member of the Northern Virginia Handcrafters Guild. Cara is currently focusing on woven bead and crystal necklaces, coiled wire necklaces and earrings, necklaces and earrings with sewn dodecahedron beads, and shaped wire earrings. She also makes metal-free pearl lariats, which are an ideal jewelry solution for women with metal allergies. Many of Cara's designs feature multi-color crystals, and make excellent travel jewelry. Materials used in Cara's jewelry include fresh-water pearls, semi-precious stones, sterling silver, pewter, wire, crystal, and glass. All Cara's necklaces have easy to use clasps, primarily toggle clasps.
Pictured above on this page are a turquoise color woven necklace, a symmetrical coiled wire necklace with blue, green, and purple color tones, and a three strand gold color pewter and black crystal necklace. The woven necklaces are available in a range of colors, including opaque aqua crystal, aqua crystal, red crystal, grey crystal, and red coral. Many of these colors are shown on the necklace pages of this website. Coiled wire necklaces are also available in gold, silver, red, silver/black or red/black combinations, and in custom colors.
Additional necklaces and earrings are shown on the necklace and earring pages of this website. These items represent only a small portion of the inventory of Cara's Creations. Many of the pictured necklaces can be ordered in different lengths. Cara can also design a necklace, bracelet, or earrings to your specifications. Earrings can be ordered with sterling silver wires or posts, or non-pierced backs. Cara also restrings bead necklaces and pearls. If you wish to order one of the pictured items or to discuss a custom order, please contact Cara at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-333-5332.