We were introduced through a mutual friend and [the connection] was kind of instantaneous, Jones says of her friendship with the Snyders. I came by the showroom in New York and I kind of never left. Over the years shes hosted presentations for the brand and has been seen in their jewelry frequently, and she finally got the itch to design her own. I said, Would you guys ever consider doing a collaboration with me, who knows jackst about jewelry? And they were like, Yes, awesome, yes. Jones says. She worked with the sisters, who are known for their statement pieces, to develop something simpler for her first collection. Fine by Dannijones is controlled and refined, and its supposed to have that my company feeling like you dont want to take it off. Its second skin. You shower with it. PHOTOS: Love her outfit!
However, the executive director of the National Air Disaster Alliance/Foundation said Thursday that none of the families who lost loved ones aboard the ValuJet flight have claimed the piece. The grassroots air safety organization represents crash survivors and victims' families. "The ValuJet family members have been well informed about the pendant, however, no one has said it belonged to their loved one," Gail Dunham said in an e-mail. She planned to continue reminding the ValuJet families about the pendant, especially as the crash's 20th anniversary approaches, which may draw the attention of any victim's relatives who have lost touch. "Let's just keep the pendant safe for now," Dunham said.
10 Questions: Taos jewelry artists
In more detail, these mean: Cut. The diamond cut is mainly a matter of the buyer's preference, as there are 12 main cuts of diamonds. These include the most popular, the round brilliant cut, as well as other cuts and shapes that appeal to different women, such as the princess, oval, heart, radiant, emerald, pear, marquise, Asscher, triangle, cushion and other small accent cuts like baguette. Color. Diamond color, or lack of color, is an important factor in determining its value. The diamond's presence of color is judged on a graded scale.
It is so precious to see people that are able to proudly wear and enjoy a new, old repaired or old redesigned piece of jewelry. Pereyra: People ask me funny things like, Did you make this? and Could I just pay $20 for it? What I think is funny and sad is that some consumers dont understand the value of something original and handmade. 10. If you could design a piece for a famous person, who would it be and what would it look like? Gala: Sophia Loren. She can wear larger pieces of jewelry well and would look fantastic with one of my signature sterling silverdesign pieces with black coral and with small diamonds to add some extra sparkle.