Friday, October 30, 2009

Baltic Amber Collection

Recently we had the pleasure of making new acquaintances with two lovely people from Poland, Mr. Gregory and Madam Elizabeth. We  had no knowledge whatsoever about amber, learned a lot from our brief visit to their booth during the Malaysian Jewelry Festival.


I, whom have never been a fan of amber, fell in love! It wasn't enough going to the booth once,  twice...but 3 times till the last day of the event.
It was so fascinating learning about the history and formation of amber and viewing fossils from millions and millions years ago lodged permanently between the hardened pine tree resin.


We secured quite a collection of large amber cabochons , some with tree branches, some with tiny insects and we even got one with a full tiny leave that can clearly be seen without the magnifier.


Ambers are generally known to be expensive and i have always wondered why. After learning more about the formation of this extraordinary stone, only now i can appreciate the value of amber.


These stones are better viewed personally rather than posting it in my blog to appreciate its beauty.


If you like amber and would like to know more about it also to  view it with magnified lens, please do not hesitate at all to ask me about it. I can tell you everything i know about it and how to do some simple tests to know that you are getting a genuine stone.






some of the gorgeous ambers on display.



ari and mr. gregory




mr. gregory and madam elizabeth


Baltic Amber Collection

Recently we had the pleasure of making new acquaintances with two lovely people from Poland, Mr. Gregory and Madam Elizabeth. We  had no knowledge whatsoever about amber, learned a lot from our brief visit to their booth during the Malaysian Jewelry Festival.


I, whom have never been a fan of amber, fell in love! It wasn't enough going to the booth once,  twice...but 3 times till the last day of the event.
It was so fascinating learning about the history and formation of amber and viewing fossils from millions and millions years ago lodged permanently between the hardened pine tree resin.


We secured quite a collection of large amber cabochons , some with tree branches, some with tiny insects and we even got one with a full tiny leave that can clearly be seen without the magnifier.


Ambers are generally known to be expensive and i have always wondered why. After learning more about the formation of this extraordinary stone, only now i can appreciate the value of amber.


These stones are better viewed personally rather than posting it in my blog to appreciate its beauty.


If you like amber and would like to know more about it also to  view it with magnified lens, please do not hesitate at all to ask me about it. I can tell you everything i know about it and how to do some simple tests to know that you are getting a genuine stone.






some of the gorgeous ambers on display.



ari and mr. gregory




mr. gregory and madam elizabeth


Thursday, October 29, 2009

Eternity LOVE[ly] Ring by A

A, made this really beautiful ring for me. She used copper wires and seed glass beads.
I love it!
Goes so well with my ring :)


If you like the ring and would like to order one, please email me.














Eternity LOVE[ly] Ring by A

A, made this really beautiful ring for me. She used copper wires and seed glass beads.
I love it!
Goes so well with my ring :)


If you like the ring and would like to order one, please email me.














Bouton Bracelet - Personal Collection























constructed using economy copper wires, large buttons.


Bouton Bracelet - Personal Collection























constructed using economy copper wires, large buttons.


Ice Princess Bracelet- Sold









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constructed using nt brass Artistic Wire, crackled crystal quartz, clear crystal quartz and Vintaj brass "wish" charm.


Ice Princess Bracelet- Sold









[please click on image for larger view]

constructed using nt brass Artistic Wire, crackled crystal quartz, clear crystal quartz and Vintaj brass "wish" charm.


Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Esme Cuff


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constructed using nt silver plated copper Artistic Wire, czech fire polish glass beads.

Price: RM55
[inclusive of shipping & handling, gift box]

for rest of world,
Price: USD25
[inclusive of shipping and handling, gift box]

Esme Cuff


[for larger view please click on image]















constructed using nt silver plated copper Artistic Wire, czech fire polish glass beads.

Price: RM55
[inclusive of shipping & handling, gift box]

for rest of world,
Price: USD25
[inclusive of shipping and handling, gift box]

Monday, October 26, 2009

Introducing CMIXTURE

Cmixture is by A. All these are all designed and handcrafted by my apprentice, A.


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Introducing CMIXTURE

Cmixture is by A. All these are all designed and handcrafted by my apprentice, A.


[please click on image for larger view]