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Arguably, the Janet Annenberg Hooker Hall of Geology, Gems and Minerals is the most interesting of all 18 exhibition halls of the National Museum of Natural History. It is located on the second floor of the museum and occupies rather large space with seven thematic galleries. To explore the whole collection, you will need at least one hour and half. This article with a photo gallery provides an overview of what you can see in three (out of seven) of them: Harry Winston Gallery, Gem Collection Gallery and Minerals and Gems Gallery.
June 29, 2009
If you go to the best stores in America looking for a necklace, or a ring, or bracelet, you would hardly miss displays carrying the name of John Hardy - a designer known worldwide for his luxury lines of intricate handmade jewelry. John Hardy's creations are based on traditional techniques developed throughout centuries by Balinese craftsmen and equally inspired by local arts and ornaments offering a unique combination of ancient mystique with timeless and at the same time modern design. Every piece of jewelry that carries his signature is made by hand. John Hardy's name today is known worldwide and his business is still expanding gaining new markets and even wider popularity.
Aug. 25, 2007
Costume jewelry is often defined as jewelry designed for wearing with current fashions and usually made of inexpensive materials. Nowadays, it seems like it is the design and function that distinguish costume jewelry from any "estate" type of jewels. There are many talented fashion jewelry designers offering all types of costume jewelry to select from. We want to introduce one of them, Amy Kahn Russell, a brilliant designer with her works featured in a number of fashion magazines. Her signature is on many stunning hand-made pieces like this stunning necklace.
Aug. 11, 2007