Beauty in the Ordinary was inspired by my husband's fascination with Japan's many streams and canals. Lol! At first I thought it rather strange, but then upon his insistence, I took a closer look and indeed, they are picture-worthy! Our canals in Singapore cannot compare.
Some were lined with sakura trees, others with lush greenery...
And so, for this pair, I used muted, natural colours. It doesn't mean that the stones are less precious. In fact, they are rare. Watermelon tourmaline these days are getting a lot of attention for their colours and these slices at the top are the most rough and natural, but I had been hoarding them for so many years, I knew I wanted to take them out to use for these.
And to end off, faceted, blue- flash labradorite heart shaped briolettes.
A simple pair that will go with so many outfits.
~ watermelon tourmaline slices
~ watermelon tourmaline rondelles
~ peridot rondelles
~ citrine rondelles
~ labradorite briolettes
~ 14k gold filled wires
~ high quality gold plated cubic zirconia hooks