Get Some Christmas Mojo




Nors Beatriz of MojoOwl

The MojoOwl will be selling their handmade jewelry throughout the holidays at markets around the city. They will have a particularly big show at the Made in Chicago Market from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., December 3, sponsored by the Chicago Reader.

Owner Nors Beatriz says, “I’m a night owl and I love working with gems and raw stones. Each stone has a unique personality and has energy based on its mineral property and color. Just like people, no two are ever the same. So when a raw gem stone tells me where it wants to be drilled and what it should be, I feel it.”

 

Location: Local 130 Plumbers Union Hall, 1340 W. Washington Blvd., Ste. 201, Chicago. For other dates and locations, visit MojoOwl.com.

 

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