Showing posts with label jewellery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jewellery. Show all posts

Friday, April 20, 2012

Freshwater pearls pendant



I am a fan of jewelry and I have so many lovely memories about pearls. I was very happy to receive this blue teardrop pendant to review from My Freshwater pearls. This is a beautiful dainty pendant.

It has a sapphire coloured stone in the center and an oval pearl dangling under it. This pearl pendant has silver on it, so I put it on with a silver chain; which wasn't included. The pendant goes well with any outfit so it would be perfect for a simple function or as casual wear.

Freshwater pearls originated in the lakes around China where people deliberately intervene with nature to produce the pearls. It is unfortunate that we cannot get natural pearls easily because of overfishing, pollution and other impacts to the environment.

The main colour of the pearl has a hue from thin translucent layers. The overtone gives depth and glow to the pearls. The orient is the shimmer, which is made out of layers of nacre. The Freshwater pearls are composed entirely of nacre which is minerals and proteins.

These Freshwater cultured pearls come in natural pastel colours such as cream, white, peach/orange, yellow, pink and lavender/purple. White pearls are bleached so it creates natural shine. The black and other coloured pearls are treated with heat to produce their inky flattering colours. The pearls range in size from 5mm to 12 mm and comes in a variety of shapes.


My Freshwater pearls have necklaces, earrings, bracelets, bridal jewelry, anklets, children's jewelry and sets in a variety of designs. The items come in a suitable jewelry box and a box that could be wrapped for the purposes of giving as a gift.
Buy it for yourself or give it to a special person, they will love this simple beautiful collection of jewelry.
From April to May 31st use this discount code: SHOP10 to receive a 10% discount on your purchase of any jewelry from My Freshwater pearls.

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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Ozeri Black Tungsten Ring


This Ozeri black tungsten ring is a comfort fit, flat ring with a black brushed center and silver polished beveled edge.
It is a high quality 8mm masculine ring made with tungsten carbide which is the 2nd hard to find material in the world next to diamonds. The ring is cobalt free.


This ring is modern, fashionable, smooth and comfortable. It is very durable because of its comfortable thickness and weight the ring will not misshape. It is also scratch resistant for everyday wear.

Ozeri black tungsten ring would be perfect for a wedding band, to celebrate special occasions or to give as a gift to a special someone.
Even men who aren't into jewelry will love it. This stylish ring comes in a black velvet ring box. It is available to purchase on Amazon, with a fabulous price right now for $25.00 :)


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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Jewellery organizer and bracelet

Jewellery organizer
This post is about a perfect solution for all of us that are trying to be organized.

GemGini is a jewellery organizer which is creatively designed. It is slim, neat and has strong magnets that can attach easily in the inside of cabinets. It could also be fitted on doors, armoires or anywhere that is convenient.
This organizer saves lots of time when we are in a hurry looking for jewellery. And makes it easy to keep the jewellery in one place for every day use.
Jewellery organizer
It has a mesh like plastic net that makes it easy to hang earrings, two sides have hooks for chains and necklaces. The bottom part has a soft foam roll to place rings and small earrings. There are hooks on the bottom to place bracelets.
Jewellery organizer
Here is a homemade bracelet that we made using beads and gimp string. It is easy and fun to make your own bracelet.

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