Pink Fantasy Earrings
The earrings is a twin piece with Pink Opal, Pyrope Garnet and Pink Rhodonite.
Pink Fantasy Jewelry Collection By Ivy T
Do you think pink is a lovely colour? In this set of jewelry, the pendant and earrings main stone consists of Pink Opal and Pink Rhodonite with pink gold (rose gold). Supplement stones will be Tourmaline, Garnet and Spinel. The color of pink was chosen because of the admiration of pink flower such as cherry blossom and peach blossom. The inspiration also drawn from not only the flower, but the details such as the petal, bud and blooming flowers that made up the color and shape combinations.
Another combination is the choice of cabochon and facet cut stones which made up a balance reflection or you may call understatement because opaque stone create unique luster and facet stone create light reflection. Each type of cut has its beauty and in this design when put up together, it creates a different outcome. In this jewelry design variation it is definitely a perfect choice to use pink (rose) gold base for the great matching finished.
Hot Spring Jewelry Collection By IvyT
This hand fabricated collection consists of pendant, earrings and ring drawn inspiration from the hot water bubbles that occurs in hot spring giving the wearer the feel of being in a hot spring. Choices of gemstones are Aquamarine, Blue Topaz and Kunzite factoring the color of natural hot spring and best adopt the inspiration idea to make this jewelry designer master piece creation.
Nature As Jewelry Design Inspiration
Hot spring is a natural phenomenon produced by the emergence of heated ground water that rises from the Earth's crust. It contains high sulfur and other minerals which believed to have therapeutic health benefits such as increases blood circulation and metabolism. Stay tuned...
Diamond Pendant And Earrings.
Illusion setting in diamond pendant and diamond earrings.
Diamond Ring Setting
Illusion setting vs prong setting in diamond ring, wedding ring or engagement ring.
Illusion setting was invented by Oscar Massin, from France back in the late 1860s. This is a jewelry design or technique of a prong setting with a shiny metal plate around the girdle of a faceted gemstone namely popular one are diamond ring, wedding ring or engagement ring, maximizing the size of the diamond. It diffuses the outline of the diamond causing the enhancing effect.
Customized 2.90ct GIA certificate round brilliant diamond pendant with 18K white gold and coupled with loose diamonds to enhance the design yet not over shining the main stone.
Why Columbia Emerald is so popular?
Columbia emerald is the priority choice because of its intensity of color. This emerald offers a diversity of alternative of shades. Most people like rich green however soft green is very good option for rings and other designs. It is also claimed Columbia emerald is the most pure emerald in the world.
The word Amber is derived from the Arabic word for “Ambergris”, ambar which found floating in or on the shores of sea waters, believed to originate in the intestines of the sperm whale, and used in perfumery.
It is not exactly known how long Amber has been used by human but it is believed at least since Neolithic times. Amber jewelry has been found dating back to 13,000 B.C. and hundreds of Neolithic burial sites have been found in Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia containing Amber. Baltic Amber has been discovered in Egyptian tombs dating back to 3200 B.C. Amber is a fossilized tree resin found in the Baltic Sea, where it became buried in the earth for a very long time. Amber is from organic vegetative substances, being the fossilized resin of 30 – 150 million year old trees.
Sometimes, during the fossilization process, unsuspecting natural substances would come into contact with the resin and become trapped such as small insects, leaves, debris and pollen. Amber being the lightest in weight among gemstone comes in a variety of colors including black, brown, yellow, green, red and blue, although the more popular and sought after Baltic Amber has warm and rich shades of yellow, red, orange and gold with high transparency and translucency.
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