SILVER & SAGE IS JEWELRY FOR LIFEEach of us is on a unique journey in life, navigating everything for the first time.
We overcome challenges, celebrate successes, love unabashedly, and suffer sadness and broken hearts. All the while, we embrace the present and seek to stay grounded in gratitude for the beauty and extraordinary gift that is life.
Silver & Sage offers a connection to your personal story. Each piece is as much personal talisman as it is beautiful jewelry. Whether through the properties of our natural stones, or the symbolism of a charm, the moment a piece resonates with you, it becomes profoundly meaningful. Our hope is that wherever you are on your journey, Silver & Sage will inspire you-
to keep seeking, loving, hoping, embracing and living authentically in everything you do.
HOW WE BEGAN
BY FOUNDER, LOGAN MAULDIN
I'm often asked about how Silver & Sage began and the truth is, it began as a gift when part of my own journey came full circle. I grew up with two entrepreneurs for parents. From a young age, I frequently traveled to Mexico with my mom, as she would work with the silversmiths of Taxco, designing and buying jewelry for her own company.
It was on these trips I learned from my mom the art of jewelry design, and more importantly the profound gift of connection. For years, mom and I traveled the long and windy mountainous roads of Mexico, often times in the back of a beaten down car with no air conditioning, driven by the memorable Don Ciro, a gentle soul who always greeted us with a smile and deep appreciation for the opportunity to see each other again.
On each trip, we'd carry at least one suitcase filled with new tennis shoes and trendy, American t-shirts, to give to the silversmiths who had become like our second family. It was through these friendships with people who spoke another language and lived a life so distant from my own, that I came to understand something that has shaped my life and who I am. That is, the world is big and diverse in its people and cultures, but no matter where we come from or how we live, we all share a common thread of being inherently good- worthy of love, compassion and connection.
Fast forward many years. Around the time I had the first of my two sons, I also fell in love with yoga. My mat offered a refuge and my practice became the grounding I needed while navigating new adventures in parenthood. In 2011, supported and inspired by the yoga community of Scottsdale, my creative nature that had been overwhelmed by the early trials of motherhood sparked back to life. I sketched a couple of designs for silver charms and reconnected with my old friends in Mexico. Not long after, I had in my hands the first original designs of Silver & Sage.
Silver & Sage has been my grounding and my grace. It has brought me great opportunities for personal learning and growth, and it has sustained me through the most heart-wrenching years of my life. But by far the greatest gift Silver & Sage has offered me is the constant flow of amazing people I meet and the personal stories they share about their connection to our jewelry. This little business that I started on my dining room table has blossomed into something far more meaningful than I could have ever imagined, let alone created by myself.
As I write this, I'm envisioning the great community of people who are wearing Silver & Sage today. While we don't all know each other, we do share a common thread, woven together by our awe and appreciation for the gift of life, and of course the ways in which we've connected through Silver & Sage. I'm deeply thankful and hope to continue designing, inspiring, and growing for many years to come.