There is no sin commmitted when you imagine yourself trying on a pair of $100,000 diamond earrings. This blog is dedicated to women who indulge (or want to indulge) themselves with all things expensive-- jewellery, jewellery, and more jewellery! No sin, ladies. This is a guiltless read-- that much I promise. Ending up with an expensive purchase (astronomical proportions)? Now that's not my fault :)

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

More Jewellery... More Eye Candy

There's nothing like Hong Kong when it comes to jewellery. Look at the beauty that jewellery stores like Mabros, Chow Tai Fook have to offer!

Huge rose cut diamonds surround this exquisite necklace, and all that bling!

And then there is
Larry's Jewellery, which created this multi-color stoned bracelet. Just beautiful...

I am still reeling from a too-late-you-can-now-regret-not-buying cushion diamond ring (although I know for a fact I'd never be able to afford this anyway) from
Rau Antiques which was 4 plus carats surrounded by blue sapphires, set in platinum.

Now, if you have a cool
US$ 1.4 Million to spend, this ring is something you might want to consider-- the ring consists of a pear shaped 4.71 ct purplish- pink diamond. Again, you can buy this from Rau Antiques.

Or if you would like to own a piece of signed jewellery, try this diamond fringe necklace by Van Cleef and Arpels.

A Cartier bracelet
with this much diamonds (totalling approximately 24 carats) is not too shabby either.

(Credits: Signed pieces from SjPhillips)

There is by the way, a pair of gorgeous emerald cut diamonds weighing a total carat weight of 10.07 waiting for the person with the moolah at
Jul B. Dizon Jewellery Salon at Manila Peninsula Hotel. Priced at Php 6,300,000. (Yup, that's a cool Six Million Pesos)


At 6:49 AM, Anonymous paz said...

i love the setting of the pink/purple diamond! so dainty and elegant!

and that is a perfect pear-shape!


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