In the Press
Toby and Max Jewelry in the press...
"Life is a Journey, Not a Destination", and "PEACE" sterling bracelets by Sandy Comstock of Toby and Max Jewelry are favorites of actress's Hallie Berry and Susan Sarandon", as reported in InTouch magazine (along with photo).
Sandy Comstock creates sterling silver jewelry that is a tactile conversation between friends. Each Piece carries a message that "can influence you life... and refocus you on what's important."
Empty Bowls Benefit Sale Set Dec.2 at On Your Feet.....
....Numerous local artisans and potter have once again donated hundreds of handcrafted bowls to raise funds to benefit Food Share.
In commemoration of the 10th anniversary of Empty Bowls, renowned artist Sandy Comstock of Toby and Max Jewelry has donated 10 numbered and signed sterling cuff bracelets designed by David Robbins, specifically for this year's event. The bracelets bear the inscription "Peace Begins When The Hungry Are Fed" and will be offered for purchase during the evening. All proceeds from the sales will go directly to Food Share.
Comstock's exclusive line of "Words of Wisdom" jewelry is represented in fine galleries through the United States. Her designs have been featured in Saks 5th Avenue and Nordstom stores, as well as Robert Redford's Sundance catalog. Comstock is currently a featured artist with FeMail Creations catalog. Photographs of Hollywood celebrities like Hallie Berrie and Susan Sarandon wearing Comstock's Toby and Max jewelry line have made frequent appearances in numerous magazines, such as People, and have also been included in the coveted 'gift bags' given to presenters at the Emmy and Academy awards.
"I first became aware fo the work of Florence Food Share through Cindy Wobbee of Mon Ami", Comstock said. "When she asked if David and I would be interested in making a commemorative piece for the 10th anniversary of Empty Bowls. I said 'absolutely'. An integral component of my designs over the last 20 years is compassion and caring, which closely parallels the mission of Food Share. Cindy gave us the theme, and David designed a truly beautiful piece that I hope will continue to raise awareness of the ongoing problem of hunger both locally and globally."