Happy Summer Shopping!
About You Need This!
Our Service PledgeWe want you to have a delightful shopping experience and will respond as quickly as we can. We are not gemologists or experts, but will attempt to give you as much accurate information as possible. We try to accurately describe the materials in our jewelry designs, but in many instances we are relying on our vendors' identifications of the materials. We will strive to make certain we have delighted, satisfied customers. Please keep in mind too that colors may vary depending on the type of computer and printer displays, and the pictures can be highly magnified to best display features.
About UsWe are two sisters with a love of art, antiques, gems and jewelry collaborating to create beautiful, wearable art. Carolyn has a degree in geology (gems/minerals), and Louise has a degree in archaeology (antiquities), and both have honorary Masters Degrees in Shopping! Both of us were working in the high tech fields, but were looking for more creative outlets for our knowledge, talents and first loves, so we decided to design and create our own jewelry.
The name, YOU NEED THIS!, came from shopping excursions when we exclaimed, "You need this!" to the other, holding the perfect item and trying to convince her to buy it.
The company, You Need This!, is based out of Austin, Texas and has been in business for over ten years. Shipping is done out of our sister location, Lewisville, Texas.
OUR ARTISAN JEWELRY:
Our jewelry creations are one-of-a-kind, for the client who believes in making a unique statement. A descriptive card highlighting the materials that are incorporated into the jewelry piece is included with every purchase. We love re-purposing found vintage objects into new wearable art or simply showcasing the beauty of natural stone beads. We hope you will enjoy the jewelry as much as we loved creating it for you!
OUR VINTAGE OR ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLES:
We have collected antique or vintage pieces to grace our homes and ourselves for many years. We are all about re-purposing items we have loved and cherished or just couldn't live without. Our homes are filled with eclectic, special pieces but we are finding that "less is more" and are in hopes that others will love them as much as we have. Our items are from non-smoking homes.