Linda Garza was born in Monterrey, Mexico and moved to Dallas at the age of 14. She has established a wonderful life for herself in Dallas with her husband, Mario, and children Eliud and Angela.
17 years ago she started making jewelry as a hobby, but soon realized it was becoming much more than a fun artistic outlet. Her love of art, passion for authentic detail, and talent created an enthusiastic demand for her creations.
Linda takes great pleasure in seeing her clients’ joyful reactions to her pieces, and loves that they are honoring Mayan culture by choosing to wear hieroglyphic pendants.
She stays current with, and embraces, the latest trends in design and fashion, yet continues to inject her signature style into her one of a kind works of art.
Ollie Thompson Borer was born and raised on Utila, Bay Island, a tiny Caribbean island off the coast of Honduras, and made Dallas her home after winning Miss Honduras in 1983, Miss International Queen of Coffee in 1984 and Ambassador of Good Will for 5 years.
Ollie has always been passionate about culture, art, and design. Over the years she has successfully aimed her personal aesthetic, skill, and eye for detail at party planning, interior decorating, fashion, and jewelry design.
Inspired by the Mayan culture, and iconic Hollywood legends like Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn, her designs are timeless and classic rather than trendy.
She is proud to continue to promote and represent Honduras, and the Mayan culture and civilization by educating through art and fashion in the form of Mayan designs and jewelry.