C&T Designs now featured at Envi

We are happy to announce some of our unique creations can now be purchased at Envi in Old Colorado City.  They currently have a selection of earrings and bracelts, and we hope to expand that in the near future.  If you are in the area, stop by and say hi to Gary and Marci and tell them C&T sent you.

For other stores that carry our designs, see our locations page.

New products added

We are finailly about caught up from the Rockledge Ranch show.  Friday was a bit gloomy, but Saturday and Sunday turned out to be beautiful days.  We met lots of great people, saw some old friends and some of our great customers.  Thank you to all that came out and saw us.

So with a little free time today, we added some new earring designs to our store, as well as some new jump rings in sterling silver, red brass, bronze and stainless steel.   A few of these items can also be found in our Etsy store.  Over the next couple of days we will be adding some more of all of these.

Late in the week we will be adding a limited number of Argentium silver jump rings in limited sizes.  If this proves to be popular, we may expand sizes we carry.

In the coming weeks we will be adding new ergonomic pliers, books, other tools, more earrings, bracelets and necklaces.

18 gauge AWG niobium wire coming soon!

Our current niobium wire is 18g SWG.  This means it’s about .045″ in diameter.  No big deal in some cases, but if your like us and like to mix metals it can pose a problem.  Well, we have solved that problem!  In a few weeks we will have 18g AWG (.040″) in stock.  This will mix perfectly with our sterling silver for a splash of color.  Once the wire arrives will make a few different ring sizes and put them up in the shop.  If you want a specific size made, let us know and we will put you on a priority list.  Pricing will run $22-$25 oz, and of course we can anodize it.  (Yes, even our popular “rainbow” pattern)

And remember, It’s in the Maille!

In the news

So this is a little overdue, but earlier this summer we were vendors at a charity car show.  The local newspaper was out covering it and the reporter couldn’t stop touching some of our designs.  She ended up getting a picture of us and putting it in the paper.  Picture was taken from the online version.

A day at the show
A day at the show