Treasure trove of gems and pearls

We all love the story of a treasure found by chance and imagination.

In my culture, hidden treasures flicker on a magic night in the midst of summer. We call this night, The night of Sânziene. They are gracious fairies with magic powers. Also Sânziană is a flower called Lady’s Bedstraw.

Legend has it that on this night one can listen to animals talking with human voice and catch glimpses (if lucky) of the mysterious sheen of the unknown, unfathomable trove of treasures waiting impatiently to be found.

The treasure I am about to present here is not found but forged with toil, sweat, craft and the imagination of a treasure seeker. Swarovski crystals and amazing water-cherished pearls sparkle along with semi-precious stones like amethyst, citrine, opal, larimar, mother-of-pearl and what not…

PEARLOVSKI  – Delicate luster as a weapon

The beauty of amethyst & mother-of-pearl

Amethyst and silver earrings
Mother-of-pearl earrings with white and blue Swarovski crystals

PEARLOVSKI  – Delicate luster as a weapon

Romanian Blouse

Our Romanian blouse is waving from Zakynthos.

The island’s nickname is “the Flower of the Levant”, bestowed upon it by the Venetians who were in possession of Zakynthos from 1484–1797.

Loafing in Zante, the capital, overcrowded, overheated (44 degrees), overpouring magic into our eyes and ears.

Sunrise on the land of Zante.

Larimar & Charoite magic ring

Larimar, also called “Stefilia’s Stone”, is a rare blue variety of the silicate mineral pectolite found only in the Dominican Republic, in the Caribbean. Its coloration varies from white, light-blue, green-blue to deep blue.

PEARLOVSKI – Delicate luster as a weapon

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