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Yellow Gemstones Bring Sunshine Through Jewelry

By Esther Ligthart on Friday, 15 April 2016, in Inspiration

Yellow Gemstones Bring Sunshine Through Jewelry

Yellow is such a beautiful bright color. In fact: the most luminous of all. We are all attracted to its sunny and bright appearance. Yellow gold and yellow gemstones tend to give people that same ray of sunshine and happiness!

Emerald, 25 facts and reasons why you'll love this green gemstone!

By Esther Ligthart on Thursday, 12 November 2015, in Inspiration

Emerald, 25 facts and reasons why you'll love this green gemstone!

This beautiful green stone, my favorite of the expensive foursome: diamond, ruby, sapphire and emerald, has been an object of desire for many centuries. Like most gemstones, its history is filled with a lot of stories, which might influence the motives for all of you wanting a piece of jewelry with an emerald. Here are 25 interesting and fun facts about this fantastic gemstone!

Orange jewelry for instant happiness!

By Esther Ligthart on Thursday, 24 April 2014, in Inspiration

Orange jewelry for instant happiness!

Orange is such an appealing color! It makes me always feel like getting an instant boost if I look at it. And here in the Netherlands, the color orange is a very important color. It is even our national color and this Saturday we will be holding the first Kings day. It was for lots of decades Queens day.  But since last year we have a king and we will celebrate his birthday on the 26th of April. Even if his birthday is on the 27th, but tradition rules and Kings day nor Queens day is ever held on a Sunday.

Easter Egg jewelry

By Esther Ligthart on Thursday, 17 April 2014, in Inspiration

Easter Egg jewelry

Easter Eggs, I thought they were a non-Christian symbol for this time of year. Maybe related to the spring time. But I found out that the first Easter eggs were indeed made by Christians and they were dyed red to symbolize the blood of Christ. As Easter is the day of the resurrection of Jesus after his crucifixion on holy Friday. I also read it is a symbol of an empty tomb. 

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