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These Collectible Pastel Pendants Are a Runaway Hit

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Going, Going, Gone! is our look at best-selling items at boutiques and stores around the Philly area. Notice something flying off the racks at your favorite shopping spot? Hit the tipline at philly@racked.com.

Your weary winter eyeballs are probably dying to soak up some spring color, and John Wind, the designer behind the USA-made jewelry line John Wind Maximal Art, has just the thing: simple enamel pendants in cute-but-not-cutesy pastels.

After the jump, the Philadelphia-born jewelry designer (and Oprah magazine darling) reveals the inspiration behind this—and one other—top seller, and speculates why each piece is a runaway hit among fans of his 25-year-old jewelry label.

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