Items worn as ornaments – a way of decorating, to enhance and highlight an individual’s natural beauty and/or taste
History is filled with stories and treasures – in Ancient Rome jewellery was used to denote status. In earlier times the peoples of Africa made jewellery from sea snail shells. Kenyan’s found ostrich egg shells a great source for creating charms. Russian history depicts the utilisation of stone and marble in bracelets.
What is it though is personal and unique.
Available in a range of great “Alpaca” items for personal use and delightful gift
Harry Winston, known throughout his life as "The King of Diamonds and Jeweler to the Stars" - perhaps captures it the best with comments on the wearing of jewellery as ....
"People will stare, so make it worth their while"