When Rose de France and diamond flower rings are blooming in March; and red ruby cherry blossoms are dangling from 10k gold branches; and black sapphire and turquoise blue magnesite butterflies are floating on black spinel, Spring has surely sprung. And what a season it will be when I present my amazing new collection to you on March 20th.
So, speaking of amazing, it appears that I may be overusing my most favorite word, so I am dedicating this magnificent collection to a whole new way of saying amazing. So here it goes… you asked me for the rose cut vermeil link necklace that I am wearing in my HSN photo and I have created the most awesome 35-inch version for this show. And speaking of stunning, wait until you see the new prasiolite/tsavorite ring and earrings – they are the color of freshly cut grass and are truly astonishing. The new Brazilian wood and agate and gold drusy necklaces are truly a Rarity and have been selected by our favorite talk show host to feature in the April issue of her magazine – how incredible, right?
Have you noticed that I have not used amazing once to describe any of these pieces? For me, the highlight of the collection is my diamond anchor pendant… I created this to celebrate International Women’s Month. When I was asked to design one piece that would encompass the spirit of women, my first thought was the anchor… in diamonds of course. Diamonds are the symbol of strength, purity and everlasting love (not to mention April’s birth stone) and the Latin name is diamas meaning the unconquerable. The anchor is the talisman representing security, protection, support and balance. I created Rarities to celebrate and empower women – the anchor serves as a spectacular piece of jewelry and as an icon of enduring strength and beauty. Anchors Aweigh girlfriends… time to bask in all your glory. Cheers!!!
Lots of love,
PS-Don’t forget to meet me on Facebook so that we can friend each other and start a bejeweled dialogue…See you there. xx
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