This beautiful gold and jadeite pendant necklace is sure to sweep her off her feet. Sure, it’s not the most typically romantic piece of jewelry out there, but it’s different. It makes a statement – just like she does, every time she walks into the room. If you want to let your special someone know you care, look no further than this gorgeous dragon pendant. In Chinese culture, dragons are known to represent good luck, power and wisdom – and why not carry all of those things around her neck? Protect her and bring her good fortune with this beautiful piece, which will look gorgeous with any outfit, whether it’s jeans and a white tee shirt or an evening gown.
Honora pearls are freshwater, cultured pearls. Freshwater pearls come from mollusks that are raised in the freshwater of lakes, ponds, rivers and streams.
Luster is the glow that the pearl emits bouncing back to and fro to your eye from the coating or nacre. The higher the luster, the more priceless the pearl is.
The length of the Akoya pearl necklace is definitely going to affect the appearance of it on you. Shorter lengths seem to offer more versatility as they can be worn casually or for fancy occasions. Yet you can take a long strand Akoya pearl necklace and double or triple it up in order to shorten the overall length of it.
But, if you really want to grab some attention, a stunning lace dress just screams sophistication, especially one in a natural tone. You can dress it up for work or dress it down for dinner with the girls. Pair it with a cardigan for a more vintage feel or the perfect jean jacket for a more flirty look.
My name is not Martha Stewart, and I will never receive a neighborhood beautification award. Just look at my front stoop. Yes, my never-had-time-to-carve-the-pumpkin-that-now-suffers-from-frostbite slouches next to the front door which is decorated with a Christmas wreath. I plan to roll this large orange ornament to the garbage pile tomorrow. For now, however, I will pretend that my front stoop is a contemplative modern art exhibit capturing the essence of contrast.
If owning one of these classical, timeless pieces has ran through your mind, where do you begin? Exactly what is the difference between a genuine and an imitation? How can you tell? Are there certain varieties available? If these are all questions that you need answers to, read on.