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A New Reason To Love Eastern Market: Crush-Worthy Baubles

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    Nothing thrills us more than discovering a secret (or at least new to us) source for covetable items — from tucked-away apothecaries to under-the-radar shoe boutiques, we love adding new destinations to our trusty shopping map. So, we were stoked to meet Enise Han, the jewelry designer behind By Enise, at Eastern Market recently.

    Enise has been a fixture at the market since 1997, and her designs have turned up on the likes of Hillary Clinton and Hoda Kotb, to name a few. We're absolutely smitten with her gorgeous stone jewelry, from tiered lapis earrings to chunky quartz rings, each statement-worthy piece has a natural, organic feel that keeps it from being too formal.

    The best part? The prices are reasonable enough that you don't have to skip an afternoon market snack if you decide to scoop some earrings or a necklace. Click through to see our favorite pieces — then hit the street this weekend, or check out her online shop, to pick your own.
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