Are you looking for equestrian horse jewelry that is original in design and accurately portrays your favorite breed or discipline? Express your connection with the many Collections that are cast, hand finished and hand polished by a master silversmith in the USA…a rare find.
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Your purchase benefits the Secretariat Foundation, PDJF, Old Friends, The Kentucky Horse Park Foundation, Thoroughbred Charities of America, The Fund for Laminitis Research, Brooke USA and The Cloud Foundation.
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“My enameled photo pendant (of Secretariat) is so much more beautiful that I expected. The detail, the craftsmanship, the weight of the pendant – all are simply superb. Thank you, Jane, for your gorgeous pieces that are a joy to wear!”
”Thank you so much for the wonderful service and absolutely gorgeous necklaces. Everyone just loves them. The packaging was also beautiful and the gifts came so quickly.” Ellen E.
”My Justify & Barbaro charms on my necklace with charm holder are so beautiful. I wear them with love & pride.” Susan B.
Jane Heart has been a professional and thoughtful person dealing with a purchase that was very meaningful to me. The result was a very happy little girl who loves horses and rides and competes. This lovely necklace was perfect. I recommend this website to anyone needing something special. The quality of my purchase was excellent. Thank you Jane.” Alma V.
“I received my beautiful piece. (American Pharoah) It is beyond expectations” Renee R.
“My jewelry arrived today. I absolutely love all three pieces and how they will work together and separately. I’ll treasure the pieces for decades to come. Thanks for your help and attention to detail so that I can change out the chains on my medallion.” Mary H.