Gina Kaye Hastings
Lost but Found Gems jewelry gives new meaning to old objects.
I am a beach baby, who was raised on the sands of the Delaware Coastline. One of my most comforting memories is picking up smooth pieces of beach glass with my Mom. We would chat about everything and stroll along the shore with our feet gliding through the same rolling waves that shaped the glass we sought. This memory inspires my line of beach glass jewelry called GlassWear.
For some, comfort comes from the memory of Dad’s dinners served on deep green and purple pottery dishes. Or, maybe, it’s the small skeleton key from Grandmom’s jewelry box that evokes a smiling heart. Lost but Found Gems presents the opportunity to do something meaningful with customers’ own unique and valued Gems. I enjoy the challenge of developing new ways to appreciate old objects.
I own and operate the Savannah Inn Bed and Breakfast, located at 330 Savannah Road in Lewes. My jewelry and other local artists’ works are on display in our completely renovated 1914 brick Victorian Inn.