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After camp my mother took me to his jewelry store on the Main Street in Kerrville, much smaller than his beautiful site in the hills.
I married that year and was given a bracelet with one charm on it by my husband. My son was in first grade, and had begged me to let him wear my 1963 cross to school. It was no longer in stock, so my impression was that he would have to craft a single item. My most sincere condolences on your loss, and my most grateful appreciation for an example of a life well lived that was Mr. He created such beautiful and meaningful pieces here I can only imagine what he’s doing there! James Avery was a legend in his own time creating lifetime pieces of jewelry that touched the hearts of millions of people.God bless you James Avery and may you rest peacefully in the heavens above.My first knowledge of James Avery was back in the 1950’s as I had the honor of wearing a James Avery tribal silver bracelet at Waldemar.One afternoon, about a year later I was out feeding the chickens and something shiny caught my eye.I looked down and there in the dirt and grass was my ring. In the middle of all these losses, my mother had died from the trials and tribulations of Alzheimers Disease.
I was sixteen, and it was the first “real”, adult, piece of jewelry I owned. One was a replica of my original Confirmation cross, and the other was a cross for my son. I know that Heaven is rejoicing that he is there, even as we are mourning that he is not here.