The jewelry boutique’s new collection has been designed for women who have a distinct sense of style and who are looking for handcrafted one-of-a-kind pieces that will help them express their individuality, and dress up their everyday outfits. The head jeweler at Amasor Jewelry, Amy, has long had an affinity for the pearl, which she sees as a particularly versatile and beautiful gemstone. As such, in her new individuality collection, she has showcased several distinct pearl styles, including traditional freshwater pearls, more modern mother-of-pearl, and unique shaped and colored stones like coin pearls.
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As a recent article on Marie Claire called ‘The Peal Trend is Back for 2023’ stated, pearls are the biggest trend for jewelry in the Spring 2023 fashion season. They also described the gems as being “not only timeless and traditional but also unique and dynamic”, and it is both their classic elegance and very of-the-now shimmer and bold structure that Amy at Amasor Jewelry has harnessed for her new pearl collection.
For a very 2023 minimalist interpretation of the pearl, Amasor Jewelry has pieces like their Mother of Pearl Pendant. This necklace partners a uniquely and distinctly shaped flat mother-of-pearl stone with a fine and long sterling silver chain.
For a more structured and statement look, Amy at Amasor recommends their new Keshi Pearl Necklace. Keshi pearls are a distinctive style of irregularly shaped pearl that is renowned for its unique, often gold-sheened luster, and in this piece, Amasor crafts them into a unique collar-style necklace.
Amasor Jewelry also has new earrings and bracelets in their individuality collection with popular new pieces including their Wire-Wrapped Pearl Bracelet. This fun yet elegant this bracelet features six wire-wrapped strands of unique, natural sea foam green pearls.
Amy at Amasor Jewelry has handcrafted each new piece in her pearl collection and she believes that her jewelry will truly capture and express the style of unique, confident, and feminine women across the US. As she makes each piece by hand, she also enjoys helping customers to pick the right piece for them and to style them with the right outfit.
Head jeweler Amy said, “I am not sure how to describe what makes my jewelry so different. I do not have just one style because I love everything from sapphires to seed beads to pearls to ethnic beads, thus I design jewelry that is from ethnic to elegant to everyday.”
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