I’ve seen so much good jewelry over the years that, at times, I feel as if I am at a loss for words when it comes to describing it. This is a problem because I write for a living so words pay the bills, so to speak, and choosing the rights ones is of utmost importance.
When it comes to designing jewelry, Italian designer Corrado Giuspino draws influence from the ‘20s, ‘30s and ‘40s, as well as the Asian countries where he sources the pearl, jade, onyx and other stones with which he works.
I was particularly excited about this month’s blog since October has two dedicated birthstones.
The first, and probably the one most consumers already know about, is opal.
This stone will forever make me think of my mother.