Jewelry

GFC invite Tammy Gia, who is the woman that we helped get out of Brazil a few months back is a jeweler…and a very talented one at that.  She is going to be at a new designer show all week on Mulberry Street selling her wares.  If you are in the neighborhood, check it out.  If you aren't, you can always buy her creations on line.  Of course, she also has a store on her Brazil site and Etsy ( not sure the link here).  Tammy is also a photographer too so the pictures of her jewelry are well captured.  She is also an absolute sweetheart.  If you get to Mulberry, let her know I sent you. 

Comments (Archived):

  1. Tammy Gia

    Thanks for the spotlight GothamGal! If you are around drop in!My Brazil site (www.giafragalli.com.br) is acting up these last couple of days, but Etsy is all good and so is http://www.giafragallicreations.comThe Open House Gallery space is pretty cool, big wide open space, white floors and walls and lots of light! New funky and cool designers and worth giving a look!

  2. Jenn

    listen gotham gal I would just like to say that, your husband is a very famous man. he has had the ability to predict the cutting edge of technology and to help make it accesisble to “Everyman” which is a powerful role. you have had a role in the spotlight as a result of his profession. we all need women figures in the history of human evolution. sometimes i feel, however, that you are focused on things like super high gourmet food, or that maybe even your talented daughters are caught up in the shadowy illusions of fashion and images, when what we realy truly need as a society, are those who are willing to pierce the facade and be courageous enough to represent something more meaningful, especially as female counterparts of someone important, and as world leaders themselves. what do you think.

    1. Gotham Gal

      I am not sure what you mean? Are you saying that my role in the spotlightis only because of him? Maybe he wouldn’t be in the spotlight if it wasn’tfor me. People gravitate towards what makes them happy.I had to fill out a questionnaire recently that asked me, if I could changeanything in my life what would I change. Honestly could not think ofanything. My focuses are broad. If I had a calling to “piece the fa├žade”which I assume you mean is changing the world, then I would. People who Ideal with directly on a day to day basis challenge me, excite me and I thinkmake a difference from non-profits, politics, entrepreneurs, my kids and myhusband. Perhaps I change their worlds and if you can change one life in alifetime, then you have made a difference.Telling me that I am missing out on an opportunity to do something becauseof my husband’s status, honestly, I find offensive.

    2. Gotham Gal

      Bottom line, don’t comment on my shoes unless you are standing in them.

  3. Jenn

    Well I think that was a great response on your part and that makes a lot of sense to me.I hope that you continue to gravitate towards the things that make you happy and share them on your blog for those who are like minded. even though you have to deal with obnoxious commenters sometimes like me, you did so with grace and strength. your response demands respect and I apologize for being offensive.

    1. Gotham Gal

      Apology totally accepted and I really appreciate you returning to comment.Thanks.

  4. Tammy Gia

    … from a person’s hose world you have changed… Thank You! I could not repay you for all that you have done for me, for changing my world and the one i live in!

  5. Dual Sim mobile phones

    nice post

    1. Gotham Gal

      thanks