Our new statement piece for your new summer wardrobe!
Stunning green amethysts paired with pave set diamonds in oxidized sterling silver… so distinctive, fresh and unique!
Combining oxidized sterling silver, 14K gold fill and an array of precious and semi precious stones, the stunning Modern Bamboo range evokes edgy, modern simplicity. Stack the rings for a luxurious layered look and pair them with these fabulous, diamond-set hoops for every day glamor.
Look what just hit the store! A brand new, delicate but dramatic necklace with gold filled, handmade links and smooth citrine stones. Perfect for parties or adding some glamour to a work outfit. Goes great with color (as you can see from the pic) and adds a lovely pop to neutrals too. Only at Mabel Chong.
We’ve assembled the ideal outfit for Mother’s Day and the accessories she’ll wear year round!
Paired with this color splashed Siran Print Dress and sweet little Madison Harding sandals, Mabel’s new summer inspired designs are ready to go poolside! A lively pair of earrings and glistening necklace with primitive textures. Supple Pink Tourmaline and Moonstone, rich Chrome Dioxide, and brilliant blue Topaz linger contently on a hammered tear. The gold chain and pummeled flat disc necklace is as lovely long as it is double wrapped. Looking fabulous is one less item on the Honey-Do list this Mother’s Day!
It’s Spring! So we’ve done away with the old and brought in a lot of new!
Last Friday, we premiered Mabel’s latest designs and celebrated the new look of our Union Street Store. We were inspired to breath some new life into our little shop and create a beautiful environment that would compliment Mabel’s unique design style. We chose a completely different color palate of dark greens and soft gray-blues for a cozier feel. Our friends at Roost have amazing home furnishing goods so we went to them for ideas and came out with some items that turned into the cornerstones of the overall aesthetics of the shop. Rich distressed wood pillars and shelves contrasted with sharp white, dramatic props that engage your curiosity.
We are thrilled with how the store looks and feels! Stop in and check it out!!
To learn more about Roost, visit their website! www.roostco.com
Check out our new images featuring the latest Tassel style earrings and necklaces! They’re adjustable in every which way! Versatility never looked so good!
The piece can come short, or with two matching tassel ended strands to create one long, dazzling necklace that can be tied or wrapped. It’s up to you!
Get in touch to check out pricing and stone options.
HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!! Here is an easy and delicious recipe for authentic Corn Beef and Cabbage, courtesy of simplyrecipes.com! Enjoy with your most favorite green beer!!
Corned Beef (baked)
Pre-step: corned beef can be very salty, especially when baked. To remove some of the salt before cooking, cover with water, bring to a boil, discard the water, add fresh water and bring to a boil again, again discarding the water. Then proceed.
1 Preheat oven to 350°F. Drain the corned beef from the package and discard the spice packet. Lay corned beef, fat side up, on a large piece of heavy duty, wide, aluminum foil (you may have to get creative with the way you wrap the beef if your foil isn’t wide enough). Insert the cloves into the top of the slab of corned beef, evenly spaced. Spread the top with the hot sweet honey mustard. Sprinkle brown sugar over the top.
2 Wrap the corned beef with foil in a way that allows for a little space on top between the corned beef and the foil, and creates a container to catch the juices. Place foil-wrapped corned beef in a shallow roasting pan and bake for 2 hours.
3 Open the foil wrapping, spread a little more honey mustard over the top of the corned beef, and broil it for 2-3 minutes, until the top is bubbly and lightly browned. Let rest for 5 to 10 minutes, then place on cutting board and cut at a diagonal, across the grain of the meat, into 1/2-inch thick slices. Serve immediately. Serves 5.
Cabbage (Boiled): 1 Once you have removed the corned beef from the pot, add the cabbage and any other vegetables (carrots, new potatoes) to the pot. Taste the liquid. If it is too salty, add more water to the pot. Raise the heat until the liquid is simmering well. Simmer until the cabbage and any other vegetables are cooked through, 15-30 minutes.
Place vegetables in a serving bowl, add a little of the cooking liquid to the bowl.
We’re getting some good ideas for the Union Street shop makeover! So excited! We’ll be getting together to show off the new store look and to give everyone a first glimpse at Mabel’s new Spring Designs! Details to come so keep checkin in!