What’s in My Jewelry Box: Silver

Rings left to right: Peter Marino sterling silver skull, Zoe Chicco snake black diamond ring, Tiffany’s Metro Ring in pink gold, stacked on top is a mother pearl band, Pamela Love cage ring.
Necklaces: Mexican plastic choker and crystal necklace (not sure of the designer)

Mood of the Day: Tibet Adorned


I had never seen Tibetan jewelry before I wrote this post, but I find their jewelry to be so beautiful, rich with history and colors. In Tibet jewelry is and/or was used as: an amulet, to show your status in society, healing properties (like balance) and spirituality. It is used by both men and women. They use a lot of metal like gold, silver and copper; they also use a lot of stones like turquoise, coral, amethyst and amber. What is so special to me about their jewelry is that every detail has a specific symbolism, for example using turquoise symbolizes infinity therefore it represents the sea or sky.

I want every single piece of jewelry that I see in these pictures… simply breathtaking. Visit my blog board on my Pinterest to check out more images on Tibetan jewelry, they are truly fascinating.

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What’s in My Jewelry Box: Merry Christmas!


Merry Christmas! This year for Christmas I got a lot of beautiful gifts. I guess everyone knows I love jewelry and I was lucky enough to receive some beautiful pieces from my loved ones.

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Vanessa Arizaga pearl necklace with bananas (LOVE her designs)

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Dear Rae gold ring (South African designer) and Peter Marino sterling silver skull ring

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Mexican designer (not sure the name, but will figure it out)