Ellis Jewelers Future Designer Contest winner Anissa Thaddeus of Concord High School, 18, created a ring design that symbolizes the Earth with a turquoise stone and the moon with a smaller opal, as a reminder that many “problems are insignificant” and to “keep grounded.”
Ellis Jewelers Future Designer Contest winner Anissa Thaddeus of Concord High School, 18, created a ring design that symbolizes the Earth with a turquoise stone and the moon with a smaller opal, as a reminder that many “problems are insignificant” and to “keep grounded.” MARJORIE DANA
Ellis Jewelers Future Designer Contest winner Anissa Thaddeus of Concord High School, 18, created a ring design that symbolizes the Earth with a turquoise stone and the moon with a smaller opal, as a reminder that many “problems are insignificant” and to “keep grounded.” MARJORIE DANA

Cabarrus students honored for jewelry design

June 03, 2015 10:11 AM