""Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession."

- John Steinbeck

"Texas is neither southern nor western. Texas is Texas."

- William Blakley

“Texas is a blend of valor and swagger.”

- Carl Sandburg

“Texas is the finest portion of the globe that has blessed my vision.”

- Sam Houston

About the Jewelry

"I design jewelry inspired from both my Texas heritage and culture and Native American influences." - Donnette Roberts, Owner & Designer

Texas History Influences...

Quanah Parker

Did you know Quanah Parker was the last chief of the Comanches? He was born to Chief Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker, a white captive of the Comanche. There is a town in North Texas named after him -- Quanah, Texas! My family lived there for a short time where my brother was born!

Native American-inspired themes run through my jewelry with turquoise and Navajo Pearls used in many of my pieces.

Texas History Influences...

Czech Immigration to Texas

In 1839 Texas introduced the Homestead Law offering land for $0.50/acre compared to $1.25 in the US. As a result, Texas saw significant immigration. The first Czech immigrants came to Texas around 1850.  The primary way into Texas for Czech immigrants was Galveston.  They originally settled the central part of Texas, but my Czech ancestors arrived between 1870 and 1890, and settled in the Coastal Prairie around Damon, TX.

I use animal motifs often throughout my jewelry as a remembrance of our Czech farming and cattle family history.

Each piece is different, but each piece is imbued with:

A Warrior Spirit

“A born Texan has instilled in his system a mindset of no retreat and no surrender.

- Billy Clayton

A Fierce Independence

"They dream big dreams and think big thoughts, because there is nothing to hem them in."

- Conrad Hilton

A Beauty Within

“Texas women are like snowflakes. Individually they may be pretty, but put together, they can stop traffic."

- Cathy Bonner

Texas History Influences...

Texas Cattle Ranching

Cattle ranching has shaped the state of Texas since the early 1600s and is still playing a vital role in the state today. Cattle drives began out of Texas in the late 1700s. By the start of the Civil war Texas beef was getting $30-$40/head in the Northeast US. The Chisholm Trail was critical to getting the cattle from Texas to the north.  My husband’s family settled in Eastland County not far from Fort Worth and the Chisholm Trail!  They settled in the mid 1800s in this area with over 1400 acres and began raising cattle.  Cattle shaped his family, and this land is still in his family today!

These Texas frontier and ranching themes are used throughout my designs as an homage to our family history!

From Amazing Customers!!
From Amazing Customers!!
This ring is super cute and fits perfectly! Loved the packaging, so glad I purchased this!
— Kimberly G.
From Amazing Customers!!
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— Donna S.
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We received in time for Christmas! Excellent shipping turn around, packaging, everyone loved the rings, and there was a personal hand written note! Highly recommend! Will definitely order more in the future.
— Afton D.

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6042 Granbury Hwy
Weatherford, TX 76087
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