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The Power Statement Necklace
Ruby – July’s Gemstone
Onyx – July’s Alternative Gemstone
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Mrs May first wore this type of jewellery at meetings in Europe last summer. In March 2017 she told Vogue “throughout my political career, people have commented on what I wear. But it doesn’t stop me from going out and enjoying fashion.”
Jewellery is one of the few ways a leader can express her personality within the rigid frame of tailored suits. Maybe the style is a giveaway to her inner character, but these chunky designs are more in-time with fashion than the Prime Minister herself.
Inspire your own customer’s to buy these styles you can easily make yourself – by telling them if the PM can outclass other world chiefs, think what a statement necklace will do for you!
This type of necklace is best used with simple clothes and earrings, to avoid overdo. Let the piece speak for itself.
Theresa’s jewellery comes from Amanda Wakeley, who charges around £250 for a neck chain and £185 a bracelet. Usually silver plated or faux pearls to save both weight and cost.
Designer Amanda Wakeley says: “Gorgeous jewellery is the piece de resistance to any outfit… a chunky, statement cuff or subtle jewelled ring can transform a look from day to evening instantly. Decide whether you’re more of an icon, a rebel or a legend with our range of fashion jewellery.”
Black and white is good, but if you go for colour, choose beads that match popular colours, like blues and greens. Store over-sized necklaces for yourself on hangers, to prevent tangling.
The statement necklaces on the above pictures were created using our beads – MrBead has many large beads, some on line, others you can see in the UK at a bead fair near you – our 2017 bead fairs.
The word Ruby comes from the Latin “ruber,” meaning red. Ruby is the hardest mineral after diamond, a variety of the mineral Corundum, and is found as crystals within metamorphic rock. It comes in a variety of colours, and is called a sapphire in any colour except red.
Rubies range in hue from an orangey red to a purplish red, but the most prized gems are a true red. Large rubies are very rare and valuable. The most beautiful crystals are thought to be from Burma, but they are also found in many other countries.
Rubies were thought to represent heat and power. Ancient tribes used the gem as bullets for blowguns, and it was said that a ruby would boil water instantly. Ground to powder, this crystal was used as a cure for indigestion – and it has been said that the ruby’s red glow comes from an internal flame that cannot be extinguished, making a gift of this stone symbolic of everlasting love. And if worn on the left hand, ancient lore has it that the ruby will bring good fortune to its wearer.
Onyx is a term used for several stones. It has been dyed since ancient time, with the popular pure black variety, being dyed microcrystalline quartz. Its natural colour is usually brown, white or grey. And onyx used in architecture isn’t a form of quartz at all, but a type of limestone marble. Onyx is very similar to agate. With straight bands of brown, white or black, where agate has curved bands of many colours.
Although regarded as protective, onyx has a reputation as a stone of discord. Onyx was worn to cool the ardors of love, probably because it helps to balance the mind and emotions. Not only avoided by lovers, but also at night, as it provoked nightmares.
However, it does improve concentration and devotion, hence many onyx rosaries. Onyx is a strength-giving stone, aiding confidence and useful for athletes or people under stress. Its energy is a mental tonic and can help you cope with fears and worries, making you feel in harmony with your surroundings.
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