I have always loved jewelry and I could not be more thrilled to be invited to witness the launch of Jewelmer’s 2010 Printemps Collections that incidentally coincided with the launch of their brand new showroom in Marquee Mall branch in Angeles City, Pampanga.
Four lovely ladies modeled those intricately woven pearls (photo by Laszlo Lim)
Jewelmer’s 2010 Prinemps Collections
Necklace with 11 natural colored golden Palawan South Sea pearls set with .084 carat diamonds and 18-karat yellow gold
Natural colored Palawan South sea pearls are linked by a fine line of gold, interspersed with sparkling diamonds to form lustrous constellations. Inspired by the beauty of a midnight sky, the Stella Collection is a starry night captured in time.
Necklaces and bracelets composed of natural colored golden Palawan South Sea pearls set with carved Mother-of-Pearl and 18-karat gold links.
Lustrous Palawan South Sea pearls interspersed with Mother-of-Pearl carved into various silhouettes are joined together with 18-karat gold links. Layered on or combined to create a longer length to wear as a belt, these are the elements for a luxurious new trend.
This event definitely set Jewelmer apart in my heart and mind. First, I was impressed when I heard through Kankan of Yehey! how the owners of Jewelmer take care of their pearl farm, the livelihood that they provide to its community in Palawan, et al. I was even more impressed at their seemingly innate love for our country and how they practically shout it out to the world that these pearls come from the Philippines. Then to top it all off, they were just so lovely and accommodating. Hands down the most accommodating bunch of people that made all the previous events I attended seem run down in comparison. Mr.Jacques Christophe Branellec even made sure that we had our sweet time with Piolo Pascual, Jewelmer’s Pearl Ambassador. I wouldn’t have minded if we will have to miss that part. It was understandable with the crowd that is practically out to devour the matinee idol. I shouldn’t be at all surprised why he had too many escorts and bouncers during the event.
For 30 years, Jewelmer’s pearl farmers have been producing rare golden South Sea pearls in their state-of-the-art facilities in the pristine natural paradise of Palawan. Their high quality, lustrous pearls have gained worldwide recognition and have been spotted in jewelry created by top international jewelry and fashion houses.
“The pearl is an indicator of the health of the planet,” said Jewelmer avowed environmentalist Jacques Branellec in an interview with Jewellery Review. “Upon its lustrous surface, every typhoon, every change in water temperature, every current caused by a dynamite blast, and every nuance in the cleanliness of the water is recorded…It falls on the highly skilled pearl farmer to act as a steward of creation. That’s why sharing with our clients and helping them understand pearls and their relationship with nature is important.”
“In conducting our business, we have the natural desire to apply an ecologically sound approach in the farms, as well as inspiring our neighbors to respect and love the environment,” adds Jewelmer President Manuel Cojuangco. “It is part of our philosophy.”
with fellow bloggers, Hannah, Michelle and Shen with Kankan (Yehey!), Catrina Paulino (Jewelmer’s Retail Manager) and Jacques Christophe Branellec – (photo by Laszlo Lim)
with Jewelmer’s Pearl Ambassador, Piolo Pascual
With sweet Shen. Both of us won a natural colored golden Palawan South Sea pearl pendant from the raffle!
Love it! Thank you so much Jewelmer! What an early mother’s day gift for moi! 😀
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