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We are so pleased to partner this month with the Women’s Committee of the Penn Museum and to feature the Williams Director of the Museum, Dr. Julian Siggers and his wife, Canadian sculptor, Marianne Lovink, in our beautiful catalog.  We invite you to shop the catalog to support educational programming at the Penn Museum and to learn more about the amazing artifacts, inspiring intitiatives and heroic efforts on the part of the Women’s Committee.  20% of the proceeds will go to support educational programs.  Shop to support today!

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Please tell us about your organization and why it is so important to you?

[Dr. Siggers] The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology—the Penn Museum—is one of the real “treasures” of Philadelphia. A world renowned museum and research center, the Penn Museum was founded more than 125 years ago, before a single brick was laid, when archaeologists first went out to dig in the ancient Near East, at a site called Nippur in what is now southern Iraq. Those excavations, which continued for about 12 seasons, yielded thousands upon thousands of clay cuneiform tablets containing some of the earliest writing, and literature, in the world.

About 350 expeditions later, the Penn Museum continues to explore—through archaeological and ethnographic expeditions, as well as archival research, collections studies and scientific analysis. The collections have grown to nearly one million artifacts, from every inhabited continent and throughout the ages. Together, the collections and research provide our scholars, students and the public with exciting opportunities to explore and discover more about what it means to be human. The museum’s mission is to transform understanding of the human experience—and it happens in big ways and small, from gallery tours and talks that shed light on cultures through time, to the announcement of new discoveries, from a 6,500-year-old skeleton in museum storage, now with new identification information, to an ancient dynasty discovered during a dig in Abydos, Egypt.

Our all-volunteer Women’s Committee, knowing what treasures the Penn Museum contains, has created a wonderful “Treasures Sale and Show,”, featuring a wonderful range of jewelry and accessories by distinguished dealers and designers. EnA Fine Jewelry will be among the presenters! The sale and show, which benefits the Penn Museum, runs October 30 through November 2, with a host of special events people can sign up for now. Guests to the “Treasures Sale and Show” can explore the Penn Museum, and its treasures, too, when they come. Marianne and I are delighted and honored to be the honorary chairs of the event.

Why do you love EnA Fine Jewelry?

[Marianne] I love EnA jewelry because it is refined, sophisticated, and a little edgy.  The aesthetic is classic and contemporary at the same time.  I love the sculptural and architectural qualities of the designs.

What is your favorite jewelry piece or collection?

[Marianne] The CAPTIVITY Necklace is one I adore.  It is so versatile.  I can wear it with jeans or a black dress.  It makes a statement but in a subtle way.   The blackened sterling silver contrasts nicely with my hair color and complexion.



by enafinejewelry on December 2, 2013

Posted in: News/Events,Uncategorized

Tomorrow is #GivingTuesday.  Support one of our non-profit partners through a gift of EnA Fine Jewelry.  Choose the charity of your choice and we will donate 15 – 20% of the purchase.

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You can order online at our new and improved website.  Just let us know to which organization you would like us to send the proceeds.

EnA Fine Jewelry and our non-profit partners thank you for your support!



Haunted by EnA Fine Jewelry?

by enafinejewelry on October 31, 2013

Posted in: News/Events

Thinking about adding a new piece of EnA Fine Jewelry to your collection?  Now is the time.  Beginning tomorrow, 15% of sales from all items in our November catalog will benefit the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation. Happy shopping and Happy Halloween from all of us at EnA.

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We invite you to shop our beautiful November catalog to learn more about Robin Cohen and the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation.  For easy ordering, please visit our Square Marketplace store and remember that 15% of all sales benefit Ovarian Cancer research toward finding a cure.

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Why support the Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation?

The Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation unites with our community to raise awareness about ovarian cancer, educate the general public and physicians about the disease, and raise funds to advance research towards a cure. I am an oncology nurse. Throughout my career, I have learned that ovarian cancer is a devastating disease that is difficult to diagnose and even more difficult to treat. I believe that together, we have the power to change this. Our mission is to fight for those who are fighting, speak for those who have fallen silent and provide for those who are working towards a cure.

Why do you love EnA Fine Jewelry?

I love EnA jewelry because of its versatility. It can be dressy or casual, worn to the office or out to dinner. The artistry is unique and beautiful.

What is your favorite EnA jewelry piece or collection?

The Lariat necklace is my favorite. It’s sophisticated yet can be worn dressy or casual.

Any other thoughts or information you would like to share?

I am very grateful to be partnering with EnA. It is wonderful for EnA to give back to the community in such a generous way.

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Please shop to support this very worthy cause.  To view the November catalog, click here.



3 Reasons why you Should Shop to Support Main Line Art Center

Fact #4: There are more than three reasons why you should shop to support Main Line Art Center.   We just couldn’t fit them all on one page.

There are so many more facts — in fact —  that we decided to extend our donation period to Main Line Art Center until the end of October!  There are so many items to choose from in our September 2013 Catalog, which features Amie Potsic, the Executive Director of Main Line Art Center. For easy check out, please visit our Square Marketplace page.


15% Donation to Main Line Art Center

Please view our beautiful September 2013 Catalog, which features our current EnA Cover Girl, Amie Potsic.  Amie Potsic is the Executive Director of the Main Line Art Center.  As a supporter of the Arts, we feel honored to have the opportunity to give back to a wonderful local art education center.

For easy and fast check out, please visit our Square Marketplace page.


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Meet EnA Cover Girl, Amie Potsic, the Executive Director of the Main Line Art CenterWe invite you to flip through our beautiful new September 2013 Catalog to learn more about our accomplished EnA Cover Girl and the Main Line Art Center.  For easy check out, please visit our Square Marketplace page.

Meet Amie Potsic, the Executive Director of Main Line Art Center

Why should we support the Main Line Art Center?

Main Line Art Center is a welcoming, creative home where everyone is encouraged to create, experience, and discover the value of art. I am so proud to have joined such an inclusive organization that truly believes in the power of art to transform lives. We define art, artistic practice, and art education as lifetime opportunities for personal growth, enlightenment, joy, and development. Committed to making art accessible to everyone, we offer art programs for individuals of all ages and abilities, including a unique series of outreach programs, which serve as national models for children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities. We also present innovative, contemporary art exhibitions in our award-winning galleries and offer over $12,000 in need-based scholarships annually.

For over 75 years, the Art Center has supported the core values of respect for individual creativity, a belief that everyone has the ability to learn and appreciate art, and the notion that art is essential for balance, enrichment, and community. I feel fortunate to have joined the Art Center at such an exciting time of change and transformation. We are currently undergoing a large-scale expansion and renovation of our 100-year-old building, which will enhance the artistic experience of our entire community. When we reopen in November, our improved Art Center will host new jewelry, painting, and digital media studios, natural light in our ceramics department, a new front entrance to our art galleries, and numerous improvements throughout the building. In addition to the renovation, our capital campaign will increase our robust scholarship program and allow us to expand our outreach programs in honor of their 50th anniversary in 2014. I am thrilled to have this opportunity to improve our creative home for a new generation of artists and enthusiasts as a means of celebrating and strengthening the essential role of visual art in community life.

Why do you love EnA Fine Jewelry?

I love EnA jewelry because it is elegant, sophisticated, and understated. Each piece exhibits a beautiful architectural quality. Because of the clean lines, it can be dressy or casual and worn with just about anything.

What is your favorite EnA jewelry piece or collection?

The SPINE Pendant is definitely a favorite. But, it’s hard to choose!

Any other thoughts or information you would like to share?

I think it’s wonderful that EnA is giving back to the community by supporting non-profit organizations working for the greater good. I am honored to be an EnA Cover Girl and am so grateful to be able to support Main Line Art Center through this partnership. Thank you!

Amie Potsic's favorite EnA Fine Jewelry Item: Spine Pendant Au

As a company co-founded by two architects, EnA Fine Jewelry wholeheartedly understands the importance of fine arts. We feel honored to have the opportunity to help raise money for such a wonderful institution in our local community.  We will be donating 20% of sales from our 18k gold Spine Pendant (Amie’s favorite item) and 15% of all other items in the catalog to Main Line Art Center until the end of September.