Welcome to the fine art of jewelry blog for LunaTeal Jewelry! This blog is an extension of the LunaTeal Jewelry retail site & serves as a forum to showcase previews of new pieces, contests, philanthropic endeavors & well as many other jewerly related topics.
Jewelry designer & aspiring entrepreneur Leslie Chatman launched LunaTeal Jewelry in the summer of 2009. Inspired at a young age by all things natural & beautiful & with no formal jewelry design training, Leslie has been creating beautiful pieces for many years. She has finally combined her passion for jewelry with a desire to be an entrepreneur by creating LunaTeal Jewelry, the fine art of jewelry.
LunaTeal Jewelry is a Dallas-based upscale design company combining elegant style & innovation to create the fine art of jewelry. The line features a dazzling array of precious & semi-precious gemstones, uniquely styled earrings, necklaces & bracelets with each piece individually hand-crafted by Leslie.
Leslie’s strong love of color is what makes the LunaTeal collection so enchanting. “Jewelry with beautiful color adds pop & magic to any outfit”, she says. “Women want jewelry that makes a statement about their individual style & this is the main reason I started this company. Jewelry is a key fashion accessory for women; it should be timeless & adaptable. My line is adaptable for any occasion. I want women to wear my jewelry with everything in their closet”, says Leslie
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of Leslie Chatman, owner and designer of LunaTeal Jewelry, alone. They do not reflect the views of any professional or service organization with which she is affiliated. The author of this blog claims ownership of the images used on this site unless specified otherwise. At times the fine art of jewelry uses images believed to be in the public domain, the internet. These images are used without intent of copyright infringement & are purely for information, entertainment, & viewing purposes only. Every effort will be made to link images to the website of origin or owner, when possible. If you are unhappy with your images being used & would like them removed, please contact Leslie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for prompt removal. Please do not use any information from this blog without prior written approval.