There’s nothing like a beautiful piece of fine jewelry to make you feel stylish and feminine. Today I’m excited to partnering with Juwelo to bring you a look at some very special gemstones.
I’ve always been a fan of colorful gemstones. They’re like pretty flowers; they just make you feel so happy. These gorgeous Aquamarine pieces from Juwelo are just what I mean. Take a look at my elegant Aquamarine teardrop cut necklace and….
….this stunning Aquamarine teardrop cut ring. Blue is one of the most popular of gemstone colors, but it’s the clear, fresh blue of this gemstone, so similar to the color of the sea that gives a feeling of tranquility.
Aquamarine jewelry is a very popular seller at Juwello. According to legend, Aquamarine originated in the treasure chest of mermaids, and since ancient times has been regarded as “the sailor’s lucky stone’.
At Juwelo you’ll find only one or two pieces of each style, so you can feel special that you have a unique piece of jewelry you can call your own!
Here’s a closer look at the beautiful Aquamarine color. These teardrop Aquamarine gems come from the Santa Teresa mine in Brazil. Juwelo’s expert jewel hunters travel the globe buying superior quality gemstones at competitive prices so they can pass the savings down to customers.
Juwelo gemstone jewelry is sold on shopping channels in Germany and Italy, and they also have online stores in Germany, the UK, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium and, most recently, the USA.
Aquamarine is just one of 500 varieties of Gemstones Juwelo carries. All of their jewelry is made in Thailand at their huge manufacturing campus which boasts over 750 people, including 130 gemstone setters.
If you are looking for elegant, modern gemstone jewelry at comparatively low prices, be sure to check out Juwelo Gemstone Jewelry. With Mother’s Day just around the corner, a pretty gemstone piece is a great idea for a gift for mom, or maybe just for yourself ( wink, wink!)
All orders come with tracking, and there’s free returns.
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