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Debbie De La Cueva Jewelry: Gem of the Week

Updated: Mar 15, 2022

Debbie de la Cueva is an authentic artist who creates her jewelry from a combination of passion and skill. Debbie's designs stay close to my heart as I have personally known this jewelry designer for over 10 years. She remains a wonderful friend to this day. Debbie has grown into an incredible artist and one that is constantly inspired by her craft. She resides in Mexico (where her boutique is located) and is completely committed to her work. I adore her bohemian designs and she will always be an inspiration in following one’s passion. The best and only way to wear her works of art is by layering. You will see a lot of Antique Venetian beads, rare semi-precious and precious stones and tiny pearls. These are just a few of her creations and the colors are magical. More importantly, she’s consistently growing as a designer.

At 8 years of age, Debbie spent her next 3 years living in Paris and traveling through Western Europe with her father. Debbie’s academic life revolved around a number of boarding schools. It was there that Debbie began developing her talent with her handwork. Through the years this early skill developed into the creation of her very personal and unique style of jewelry. Each piece represents a signature creation that cannot be replicated.

Debbie manages her own boutique in Sayulita but she is expanding beautifully to other exclusive boutiques. Debbie also stays inspired by traveling and constantly sourcing stones and exquisite materials that appeal to her. She then envisions the design. Her collections are one-of-a-kind and very unique, whether it’s a necklace, earrings or layered bracelets.

A wish from Debbie to you is to wear her jewelry in good health and to treat each piece as you would treat anything that is special and with the utmost care. Debbie currently resides with her family in Sayulita, Mexico.

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Debbie sells online and in exclusive boutiques.

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