You are not enough of jewelry; I didn’t felt this until expedition to Tuscon Gem and Mineral Show in Arizona. The flashes of colored stones, loose gemstones, strings of gemstone drops, designer and antique jewelry were warming surroundings. Here the breath-taking beauty of vintage style pave Black Diamond white gold Lace bracelet was impelling everyone. I moved on towards it too and found many astonishing creations there. In this blog I am sharing some of the key must look out styles.
- A pair of drop earring in 18k yellow gold with faceted round, bewildering precious beads in classic pattern is good match for trendy diva.
18kt Yellow Gold and Multi-Color Lady’s Drop Earrings, Pair
- Besides the classic round, dashing black cube bead strands steal the show. The beads are available sizing 1.5– 9mm in many shapes. Pretty mysterious beads in clean outline surface magic spell every time you carry them.
Black Diamond Cubes – 3 Lines – 116.00 carats
- Bold gemstone drum beads with oxidized yellow gold pendant is my personal favorite. I included it in my collection for the simplistic grace.
18kt Yellow Gold, Emerald and Diamond Lady’s Pin/Pendant, H. 2 1/4
Mined shapely diamond blobs are most sought after gemstone bead. Get the heck from the unfinished cut diamond and consider buying clean faceted droplets. Evenly cut lovely globules are so glittery that they flaunt modest glamour. A natural black diamond is rare and pricey affair but love for uniqueness belittle price in the Black Diamond Beads. Trusted online vendors are your easy source to buy them.
If you fear trying something new yet want to get a makeover try contrasting one line plain black Beads with a solid red or blue dress. Bet you are new eye-candy of all on that prom night. “Darkness excites”, mysterious precious stone drops affirms the statement. Boldness of color can be transformed in multi-layering of chunky 15 mm beads for the experimental audacious personalities. Balance the edginess of black with white for a secure fashion statement!
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