A ubiquitous feature of the autumn season, the humble pine cone is often found scattered beneath the branches of the conifer tree.
Larimar is one of those stones that captivates you right away. Its unique bluish-green colors remind you of the ocean or sky, which is a perfect match for the place of its origin, the beautiful Dominican Republic.
To accentuate the wrapped wire of the tree of life, I applied an antique finish and then polished the high areas to a bright luster.
There’s a different world inside of each resin ring. And the best part: They’re inspired by the natural beauty of great outdoors.
The designs, clearly inspired by the warm season, feature brighter colors and summery details such as flowers or sunshine, instead of snow and cold colors. Think pink flowers, blue waves, and green leaves and much more. All the wooden jewelry are handmade using fresh wood and jewelry resin, no two pieces are the same. You can purchase them in our online shop.
Fossil coral is a natural type of gemstone formed by ancient corals. Corals are made up of small invertebrate animals, known as zooids, that look like tiny sea anemones. They feed on small food particles they find in the water around them. The proper name for fossil coral is ‘agatized coral’ or ‘agatized fossil coral’, because, during formation, the coral remains are gradually replaced with agate, a variety of naturally occurring chalcedony, or microcrystalline quartz. When prehistoric corals are fossilized through replacement with agate, the fossil coral forms through hardened deposits left by silica-rich waters.
Baroque pearls are some of the most fascinating organic gems available on the jewelry market. A baroque pearl is any pearl that is asymmetrical in shape as opposed to the classic round shape. Any irregularly shaped pearl is known as baroque, and shapes can range from minor aberrations to distinctly oval, curved, pinched, or lumpy shapes. A pearl which might otherwise be considered an oval, button or drop pearl but which is not symmetrical in nature, would be considered semi-baroque. Though baroque look different from traditional pearls, they have their own unique beauty.
Somethings You Probably Didn’t Know About oyster
Does every oyster have a pearl?
Do you like jewelry? Whether you prefer necklaces or earrings, you probably like them with diamonds, rubies, sapphires or one of the many other types of precious jewels. If you love necklaces, you may be a big fan of pearls, too.
What’s the difference between a brooch and a pin?
All brooches are pins but not all pins are brooches. Strictly speaking, a brooch is a large, ornamental pin used to secure a cloak at the shoulder. The expression is also used for a similar pin worn simply as jewelry, generally by a woman.
Pins and brooches are both decorative pieces of jewelry that attach to clothing with a sharpened metal wire on the back. However, “pins” are the general category for such pieces of jewelry, and “brooches” are a specific type of pin. So all brooches are pins, but all pins are not brooches. Additionally, during the 1930s to 1940s, some brooches were made with clips rather than pins on the back and were called clips.
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