Tuesday, 3 April 2012

Choker Necklace


The Phinda Game Reserve, located in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa has one of the pillars in the country for two decades. The visitors can be in one of several pavilions: the Rock Lodge, the Mountain Inn or the Vlei Lodge.

Here, visitors can in some of the most spectacular scenery in the country, including the Lebombo Mountains are increasing. South Africa is home to the latest features jewelry designer Mijou Beller.
Peoples like to place the gallant and heroic gemstone or crystal jewelry. fixed, this is an aesthetic rather daunting particularly intricate brutally

For designers like simple elegance and Giunta Binns is not their goal, it gives a clear idea of ​​the anti-establishment, that I like. In general, there can win it, the tenacity and grit in this style I'm just a person with a heavy lead-acid level.

Beller brand jewelry thirteen humorously titled Dolce & Banana is also a discussion of several complementary components configured in the Baroque style and exotic arrangements and dynamics.

Unlike Guinta and Binns, I think this design advance was take away radical Baler style and glamour with a stylish high trend blow trinkets, necklaces expandable gemstones, beads and bracelets.

Originally from France, Beller worked closely with a team of South African women, wood beads, horn, shells, raffia, leather, glass beads, pearls, agate and mother-of pearl inner edges implementation knitted and crocheted fabric of the French.

"We hand-made jewelry that is colorful, exotic, chic and sometimes to produce over-the-top, but we never use gold or diamonds," says Beller. "I design beautiful things to inspire and be inspired to let the people to smile and make a decent life and pleasant for us all."
Blue agate, shell and glass beads

Couture Choker Necklace
Beller and his whimsical brain about interior design firm, Ethno Bongo, with palm leaves, driftwood, wine barrels and wood.

"We do funky birds, penguins, ostriches, and made from leaves, gourds and feathers. We mirrors, candle holders, wine racks, clocks and ceramic sculptures take inspiration from the sea

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