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Colorful Stones

For my birthday, I went out with some of my closest friends from DC. We had a great time- and I spent the night dancing away. I wore 2 necklaces that my mom had sent me for my birthday – all made up of semiprecious stones- amethyst, citrine, peri-dot, blue topaz and pink topaz. It was on a 28 k yello gold chain. I wore a white short Cinderella- puffy dress, and I thought the dress complemented my jewelry well. I am really loving semi precious stones, and the necklaces are definitely 2 of my favorites from Kaye Gems.

Do you have any favorite jewelry? Do you find it difficult to match your jewelry to your outfits? Please share! I’d love to see and hear what you wear on special occasions.

xoxo,
Kaye

 

 

 

 

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Topaz

I must be boring you with all the blue jewelry. The one I’m wearing in this post is blue topaz. It’s slightly different from the Sapphire jewelry – lighter in color and looks a little bit like crystal when in the light. However, it is a stone- a gem and not a crystal. This whole set is a tear dropped / oval shape. Hope you like it.

My next post is about a diamond and the mystery/ curse behind it. Stay tuned for that one! πŸ˜‰

Sapphire and Diamond Earrings from Madagascar and Sri Lanka

I’ve been pretty busy creating stories for work and although I haven’t updated in a while, I will make it up to you with the updates that I will be doing incessantly this week.

Lately we’ve had a lot of request for Sapphire jewelry, and I think it might be due to the news of the Royal Wedding and the popularity of Princess Kate’s wedding ring. Sapphire and diamonds do scream out ” royalty”, I must admit. πŸ™‚ I love Sapphire and Rubies. I’ve always said that- maybe even more so than diamonds. Don’t quote me on it; I don’t think my mother would approve. I just can’t help it that I like color and shine! Diamonds are gorgeous too. After all, they are the most expensive gems. Speaking of which, I do have a video story that I just made on arguably the most famous diamond in the world, but I’ll save that for a later post. πŸ˜‰

For now, I’ll leave you with pictures of the 2 sets of Sapphire and diamond earrings that we just created. One pair of earrings are Sapphires from Madagascar. The other pair is a set from Sri Lanka. Can you guess which is which? And the cts.? Which one do you prefer?

2011 Sapphire Collection- Sneak Peak

Posted in diamonds, Earrings, fashion, jewelry, kaye gems, necklace, Ring, Sapphire, Set: Pendant by kayemlin on March 29, 2011

This is a sneak peek of the more jewelry to come in 2011. Everyone has been talking about the Kate Middleton and Princess Diana engagement ring, and we’ve got something for you that tops that ring. We have a necklace that is fit for a princess, and the price is low, inexpensive and all WHOLE SALE. Guaranteed.

Here is the necklace that is just fit for a princess.

A Smaller Version of the Necklace- in Pendant size.

Jewelry Never Loses Its Worth

Posted in Pendant, Sapphire, Set: Pendant by kayemlin on July 8, 2010

My mother always says that jewelry never loses its quality. It is always of worth, and when you pass it down, it is even of more value as there is a story within the jewelry and carries a lot of meaning for the person wearing it.

I remember wearing this beautiful necklace to a prom that I went back to in highschool, and I never cherished just how beautiful the necklace was. My date was my brother’s friend, Mark.Β  He was a Senior in Highschool, and I was a Junior. My brother went with my best friend, Vanessa. I never thought of myself fitting in highschool, as I had moved to the new school when I was a sophomore, so when I was asked out to prom I was ecstatic. I had such a great time, and I even enjoyed going to Mark’s prom more than I did my Senior Prom in highschool. My brother was there and so was my best friend. Sometimes, I look back at these pictures, and remember just how happy I was that night. πŸ™‚