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Where did the summer go? It sure went by way too fast, but the good part is, we did not have a minute to spare to pretend to be bored!

But, fear not, we’re back!

Just like a squadron of hawks swooping down on a field mice convention, the brand new Miss Nyet bracelet collection is about to latch onto your unsuspecting wrists.

When and where can you discover the new creations, you ask?

  • If you are in the Chicago area this weekend, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30th of September, you are in luck:

Delphine Pontvieux, who creates all her jewelry by hand, here in the city, will unveil her new collection this weekend at the Randolph Street Market.

As seen in Travel & Leisure, the NY Times, Lucky Magazine and featured on TV news shows and web casts, the Randolph Street Market Festival is considered “a mecca of cool”, “the best hot spot for antiquing”, “the best Chicago venue for people watching”, and “the Barney’s of Vintage”. As one of Chicago’s most happening monthly parties, Randolph Street Market has become the summer destination!”

The Randolph Street Market Festival is home to the world-renowned Chicago Antique MarketIndie Designer Market, Modern Vintage Chicago and the Holiday Market. This European-style, indoor-outdoor urban antique market in the historic West Loop neighborhood features 200 select purveyors of high quality, amazingly priced “finds”, offering unlimited creative inspiration and hours of fun. Shoppers can find furnishings, vintage clothing, jewelry, collectibles, etc.


DON’T MISS THE NEXT INDIE DESIGNER MARKET (PART OF RANDOLPH STREET MARKET): Saturday, Sept 29, 2012 10am-6pm Sunday, Sept 30, 2012 10am-5pm

1340 W. Washington – Chicago, IL Plumbers Hall – Indoors & Outdoors

You will find Miss Nyet Jewelry’s booth indoors at Plumber’s Hall, in the Indie Designer section of the Market. 


  • If you are not in Chicago (or unable to attend the Randolph street market): 

We invite you to like Miss Nyet Jewelry on Facebook. Graphics of the new models will start to be added onto the page starting this weekend. Go there and see for yourself!

The fall/winter digital catalog (in PDF format) will soon be available upon request. (Email anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com today and include ‘Catalog’ in subject line to request your own copy).

Orders can be placed starting this Saturday, September 29th.

As always, all our jewelry can be customized: You like a bracelet, but need it in a special size? You love a particular style, but would prefer it in a different color/pattern? Never hesitate to contact us so we can help you design your dream bracelet!

Also, the Anchor Bracelet summer collection was such a hit, thanks to the mighty power of word-of-mouth alone and stellar comments and referrals, that we will continue to custom-make them for you all year round.

Email us at anchorbracelets AT gmail DOT com and include “Anchor bracelet guide” to receive your “how-to” guide to design and order your anchor bracelet.


The special Euskal Herria edition in the shackle collection 2012 is available now!

Order your custom-made bracelet today. $25 US as shown (medium size), also available in large size for $30US +$6 US for shipping and handling in the US, Canada and EEC.

Email for details how to order and pay with paypal

Love the bracelet but have other colors in mind?

Email us and we will send you our step-by-step pdf file which contains all the details to help you create your one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry

It certainly is a random thing that was absolutely not intended on the part of Basque media and television channel EITB, but it caught our attention this morning at Miss Nyet HQ.

EITB’s internet banner ad (see photo) features, aside from its slogan “tus nuevos ojos para ver el mundo”, (your new eyes to see the world), two eyes of a different color: one is blue and the other the color of amber, which happens to be exactly similar to the eyes of Lartaun, the hero of Delphine Pontvieux’s thriller titled “ETA-estimated Time of Arrest”, who happens to be affected by heterochromia.

Do we hear “subliminal imagery?”


Ms Loyel attended the past ‘two with water reading series’ at the Beauty bar in Chicago back in November.

She talks about the night and the writers’ work in her blog “Bonne Caroline Bonne Gamine.” You can also watch a video of Delphine Pontvieux’s reading at the end.

It’s all here!

And an excerpt of Pontvieux’s reading on youtube:

Printers Row Lit Fest took place this past weekend (june 4 and 5th in downtown Chicago) and it was a big success on many levels.

Miss Nyet Publishing shared a stand with another Chicago publisher this year, Avendia Publishing.

The stand felt very international, with Andre Frieden selling spy novels set in Russia, North Korea etc and Delphine Pontvieux’s own thriller which takes place in France and the Basque country.  We had a grand time interacting with the public who asked us many interesting questions throughout the weekend.

The weather cooperated this year. Save for a thunderstorm on Saturday evening that cut the day a little short, the weather was sunny and hot all weekend, and Chicagoans were out in full force to participate in the event.

This year at PRLF was especially exciting for us as we celebrated ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest’s win this year (the Indie Excellence Book Award) in the thriller category.

We thank everyone who purchased ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest and Pintxatu over the weekend and we encourage you to write your own reviews on Amazon,, goodreads etc…

Feel free to take a look at the photo gallery.

Check out the video presenting all the divas honored tonight at Jbar in Chicago.

Delphine Pontvieux and Miss Nyet Publishing, LLC start about 3 minutes into the video.

See you all this evening at JBAR in Chicago from 6 pm on!

Back from my book tour in Florida, which was a great success, I want to thank everyone who made it possible, i.e. Coco for the AC/BC book club in Wellington, Michelle and the amazing team at Saks for the Saks Fifth avenue book signing in Palm Beach, Francis at la Cigale for the book signing in Delray Beach, and of course everyone who came to the book signings, and all the AC/BC book club members. Please find below photos of the different events.

AC/BC book club in Wellington, FL:

17 members of the book club were in attendance to discuss ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest with author Delphine Pontvieux.

The house was decorated for the occasion, and Kathy, owner of People Will Talk catering, prepared a special menu for the event. Many of the recipes for the Basque tapas came from the book PINTXATU (available at a special price of 25$ on the Miss Nyet website only,) and the cd compilation that comes with the book provided an energetic soundtrack for the evening.

click here for photos :

Book signing at Saks Fifth Avenue:

This was a repeat visit from November 2010. Everything was top notch again, from the gorgeous location of the signing table by the entrance doors, to the sweet treats served with champagne.

As if this were not enough, every person who bought a copy of ETA or Pintxatu (or both!) was given a large Saks Fifth Avenue tote bag (in a choice of turquoise or coral) filled with perfume, beauty creams, make up and haircare samples.

Please click here to view the photos of the event:

Book signing at La Cigale in Delray Beach, FL

Not only La Cigale is a great spot to enjoy a cocktail on any given evening, the French food, with a Mediterranean flair, is absolutely phenomenal and the people who work there are wonderful.

Francis, the owner, and his team had reserved a whole  room to set up the tables for the book signing, and there was a 2-for-1 drink special offered for the duration of the event.

Please click here to view the photos of the event:

Again, thank you, Florida, for a wonderful time.

Delphine Pontvieux is featured in the January edition of France-Amerique magazine.

France-Amérique is published by FrancePress LLC. Founded in 1943 by World War II France Libre exiles, France-Amérique became the international weekly edition of the French daily newspaper Le Figaro in the 1960s. In 2007, France-Amérique merged with the Journal Français, the largest French-language journal published in America since 1978, giving birth to a new bi-weekly publication. In May 2008, France-Amérique underwent a final revamp with the launch of a monthly magazine-style edition. Today, France-Amérique is America’s largest and only nationwide French-language publication, and each monthly issue provides an extensive review of French current events and the latest trends, profiles of influential French personalities, an insider’s look at the French cultural scene, in-depth history features, and coverage of French life in the U.S. from coast to coast.

Read the full article here:

Read Terrence’s column “Chappell Confidential” in which he talks about his evening at Authorama last Tuesday and says how much he is looking forward to read ETA-Estimated Time of Arrest:

There is also another great photo of the event, with Karyn Calabrese, owner of Karyn’s on Green, Terrence Chappell,  Delphine Pontvieux and the fabulous Steve Starr! (photo courtesy of Steve Starr)

Chicago 3 media was present at last night’s Authorama at Karyn’s on Green, featuring author Delphine Pontvieux. Watch her talk about her novel ETA at the end of the segment.

And another picture of the event, taken by Steve Starr (photographer and author):

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