Pink Tourmaline Key Pendant
“Happiness Is The Key” Pink Tourmaline Pendant by Ivy Teong.
The origin name of tourmaline is from the Singhalese word turamali, which means "stone of mixed colour". It is a birthstone for the month of October which has two birthstones, opal and tourmaline. After long looking, she, a lovely and sweet girl, finally decided on pink tourmaline, coincidently she was wearing a pink top too.
Pink tourmaline is a stone believed that has a meaning relates to happiness. The beautiful pink color would connect with the wearer's heart by giving energy to make her feel more positive. It helps by fulfilling life with cheerful memories and happiness. The stone also believed associates with love, compassion, emotional calming and self-love.
The pendant carries a heart within a heart with a lot of loves from family and friends surrounding her. From this moment on, happiness is the key. May abundance of joy and sweetness follow her wherever she goes.
Mubri International Virtual Conference 2020
Our designer, Ivy Teong was selected as one of the talent designer in Mubri International Virtual Annual Conference 2020 featuring Blue Daisy Earrings, an international award winning design. For full catalogue, please check out this link. https://issuu.com/…/docs/catalogo_muestra_virtual_mubri_2020. Thank you Mubri.
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Mubri International Annual Conference 2020
More release about our designer and her international award winning, Blue Daisy Earrings at Mubri International Virtual Annual Conference 2020. Thank you for this amazing feature.
Blue Daisy Earrings
In the recent International Jeweler Association, Mubri International Virtual Annual Conference 2020, headquartered in Panama & Brazil, our designer collection, Blue Daisy Earrings, an international award winning design, was being featured. She was the only one representing Malaysia among 17 countries with 75 great jewelry designers. She is proud to make visibility in a new continent after winning competitions in Italy and USA. Thank you. For further viewing on the full catalogue, please check out this link. https://issuu.com/…/docs/catalogo_muestra_virtual_mubri_2020
“Mystical Steps” Opal Ring by Ivy Teong
蛋白石 [ dànbáishí ] Opal, its name is derived from the Sanskrit upala, which means "jewel". Being the birthstone for October's babies, is unique individually and adorned with its color combination. It has also been said it is the Artist's stone or Stone of Hope, for seven notes and seven colours reflecting to rainbow. It is always associated with passion, harmony & enhances self-worth. It is a perfect piece connect with the wearer as he has a strong art sense and love to collect unique ornaments.
The Mystical Steps was designed base on four steps represent step of hope, step of greater height, step of values and step to a land of mystery. Wishing the wearer wishes would come true and always surround with strength and colorful moments.
Congratulations you are claimed! From proposal to getting married is an exciting process and comes along with a lot of preparation. Let us take care of your personalize wedding ring and jewelries by giving our professional recommendations.
Couple Wedding Ring
Nothing is more than happy to see our client happily tying a knot with our wedding rings. Most importantly they love what they have gotten. Extending our gratitude thanks for their continuous support. Here we are taking opportunity to wish them Congratulations.
Our designer, Ivy Teong, good design work, Blue Daisy Multifunctional Pendant , winner of the coveted A’ Design Award, will be exhibited in Italy, at Museo del Design - Via Bellinzona 15, 22100, Como / Italy, from 15th of October, 2020 to 15th of November, 2020, as part of a very prestigious international good design exhibition.
Which finger is the wedding ring worn on?
It is worn on the fourth finger, commonly called the "ring finger" on the left-hand base on Roman tradition. However, there are many other cultures wearing wedding ring on the right hand. It is all depends on a couple's heritage and culture was well as the country that they live in.
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