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The Sacred Valley in Peru

February 17, 2017




PERU. Talk about epic. Such a breathtaking country, with amazing people, culture, architecture and views unlike any other.

Sundance Artisan Spotlight: Ruth Tomlinson

February 14, 2017

British jewelry designer Ruth Tomlinson creates ethereal treasures imbued with an otherworldly sense of a bygone era. Driven by her passion for the earth’s treasures, tiny intricacies and small imperfections, she seeks out the unconventional beauty within which fuels her creativity, whether in the rarity of material or a curiosity in nature. She believes that each piece of jewelry should be unique, like each of us, and this is how she likes her jewelry to make people feel. Every jewel is crafted in her central London workshop, resulting in modern classics that evoke a sense of wonder, ready to be filled with their own stories throughout our lifetime and for generations to come.

Sundance Valentine's Day Gift Guide

February 7, 2017

At Sundance, we believe in the value of artistry, handcrafted moments, and unique treasures. Naturally, Valentine's Day puts us in the mood for love. What's better than a whole day dedicated to indulging in loving yourself and those around you? We couldn't resist curating some of our Valentine's Day gift ideas for you and yours. Whether treating yourself, some of your friends, or the lucky person on the other side of the table, there's something for everyone that will certainly create a moment.

Sundance Artisan Spotlight: Adonnah Langer

January 27, 2017

Adonnah Langer is a long-standing Sundance jewelry artist whose creations are grounded in the Southwest sensibility that she developed while studying under Native American teachers. Through this, she has developed her own modern style of bead weaving, which is a slow and precise process.

Bears Ears National Monument in Southern Utah

January 11, 2017

Part of Bears Ears National Monument. Photo credit: Tim Peterson
On December 28th, President Obama created new national monuments in a sacred tribal site in our very own state of Utah and a swath of Nevada Desert. Known as Bears Ears, the White House announced the designation of 1.35 million beautiful acres of land in Utah as a national monument.