Corazon Sterling Silver from Taxco
Dia de los Muertos

Dia de los Muertos

I have come to genuinely appreciate the Mexican holiday called Día de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead.  The holiday, dominated by skeletons, skulls, and candy, it isn’t anything close to the our tradition of Halloween.  It is more like Thanksgiving: a time of food...
Alon

Alon

Corazon Sterling - Featuring Jewelry Designed by Alon Diller Shop Designs from a Life Lived in Diverse Cultures Alon’s life certainly supports the theory that a creative mind is expanded and informed by a multi-cultural lifestyle!  An Israeli by birth, Alon left home...
Salvador: Making the enduring Love Knot

Salvador: Making the enduring Love Knot

There have been hundreds of stories written about the rise and fall of the Sears Empire and I recently lost an entire afternoon reading through several “expert’s” accounts. Maybe I should have been more interested in the many reasons the company...
Take a Walk with me Through Taxco

Take a Walk with me Through Taxco

Santa Prisca! One of a thousand photos taken of this beautiful church by my friend, Dieter Leduc I was captivated by the city of Taxco 15 years ago and have boxes and boxes of photos that chronicle each of my visits. These pictures are a feeble but honest attempt to...
Minimalism:  A Highly Purified Form of Beauty.

Minimalism: A Highly Purified Form of Beauty.

Mexican-made silver jewelry catapulted into the American market in the early 1930’s largely due to William Spratling, who recognized the inherent talent of the Mexican people and gathered a group of inventive young craftsmen to teach them the discipline of...