A quiet amethyst and pearl pendant design is paired with three inspirational and wise quotes from the Dalai Lama, Henry David Thoreau and Art Buchwald
A cascade of colorful gemstones leads the way to a dazzling amethyst briolette in this delicately balanced drop earring rendering by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda
Sometimes you learn more from design flops than from the designs that flow easily.
Pretty in pink describes this lovely pink sapphire, amethyst and pearl chandelier earring rendering by award-winning jewelry designer Joana Miranda
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly. (Richard Bach)
Tomorrow I’ll post the 7th and final animal-inspired brooch rendering in this series. Tomorrow’s animal is perhaps the closest to the human race in terms of its sophistication. In fact, some breeds have even been trained to assist quadriplegics and other people with severe spinal cord injuries or mobility impairments. After being socialized in a human home as infants, these animals undergo extensive training before being placed with a quadriplegic. Around the house, they can help out by doing tasks including microwaving food, washing the quadriplegic’s face and opening drink bottles…
(I think it would be neat to have one of these as a pet, but the closest I’ve ever come is a stuffed toy version.)
Join me tomorrow to learn the identity of this animal!