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Yesterday and Today: Rabbit

Animal Crackers RabbitAnimal Crackers Rabbit
Mignon presented her whimsical Animal Crackers in 1975. This collection was inspired by the boxes of popular animal cracker cookies that Mignon loved as a child. Mignon notes, “Humor, whimsy, childhood nostalgia motivated my Animal Cracker designs.  With the animal crackers, my aim has been to best express each animal in terms of a certain naïve simplicity and humor.”  Mignon has reimagined her enchanting Rabbit designs in a soft pink stone and as a tiny version of itself with this year’s Petit Lapin designs. Shop all Animal Cracker designs here.

Special Commissions: Louisiana Iris

Louisiana Iris, Special Commission, 2005
Louisiana Iris NecklaceThe symbol of the fleur de lis is derived from the Iris, the native wildflower of Louisiana.  The Iris is said to have bloomed from the tears of Eve as she was driven from the Garden of Eden.  The Iris and the Fleur de Lis designs carry special sentiments for all Louisiana residents.  The Louisiana Iris was originally designed in 2005 as a special commission for First Lady Laura Bush’s Congressional Club luncheon.  After Hurricane Katrina, Mignon revisited the design in the form of the Louisiana Iris Necklace and it has been a favorite amongst collectors ever since. Read more »

Find Your Mf. Ring Size!

Mignon Faget Ring Size
Shopping your favorite Mignon Faget Rings online has never been easier!  Find your ring size by following these steps:

1. Download the Mignon Faget Ring Size Guide

2. Print the easy to use guide.  For accurate sizing, please be sure “Fit to Page” is not selected when printing.

3. Match one of the circles with the INSIDE of one of your rings.  Half sizes are available if your ring size falls between two of the circles.

Art Opening: Stray by Tom Strider

Work from Tom Strider's Stray exhibit at the Staple Goods Gallery

Work from Tom Strider's Stray exhibit at the Staple Goods Gallery

Join us on Saturday night to celebrate Tom Strider’s solo exhibit opening at the Staple Goods Gallery.


In the film The Company of Wolves (1984), Granny tells her granddaughter “never stray from the path, never eat a windfall apple and never trust a man whose eyebrows meet in the middle.”  Tom Strider uses the quote as a starting point to explore innocence, voracity, and repercussion.

The exhibition opens Saturday, March 9 from 6-9 and continues Saturdays and Sundays, 12-5, through April 7. Click through for details and location…

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