The Truth about Speaking Jewellery

Gold Necklace with Pink Tourmaline

Who will this Beautiful Pink Tourmaline in Gold draw to you with its powers of attraction? (Photo: Kiff Backhouse)

Jewellery that Speaks

Diana Baur recently commented on one of my posts saying

“Gah your items are gorgeous. They speak to me!”

Now, the way I see it, this is a lady with a creative eye, and then some. I’m flattered.

The idea that jewellery speaks to you is what it’s all about.  Something happens between you and the creation; an inexplicable attraction.

Jewellery and the Spoken Word

Words are symbols. Symbols we use to communicate our intentions, feelings and much more.  So are pictures. Jim Connolly recently wrote about just how powerful images can be.  About using them to help others picture your message.

Jewellery is often symbolic, too.  It can stand for many words – can be used instead of words.

An antique jewellery creation, that your Great Grandmother used to treasure, will carry the stories of the lives it touched through the generations. My custom jewellery creations often start with a story; a story that becomes woven into its design. Secrets, memories and hopes are uniquely bound into the creation.

What Your Jewellery Says

There is an art to giving.

Choosing a special gift, a meaningful gift. Creating a shared memory of the moment of giving and receiving.  Creating an occasion where your feelings are expressed.

With St.Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what will your gift say?

To browse through my jewellery and compass creations, I invite you to visit my gallery at Rock Water Studio.

3 Responses to The Truth about Speaking Jewellery
  1. louloufrance
    January 29, 2011 | 11:50 am

    RT @rockwaterstudio Calling all Romantics! Here's the Truth about Speaking Jewellery!

  2. Shona Easton
    January 29, 2011 | 1:59 pm

    RT @rockwaterstudio: What would you like to say to someone special on St Valentine's Day? How will you say it? (fr …

  3. Julie Walraven
    January 29, 2011 | 8:41 pm

    RT @rockwaterstudio: What would you like to say to someone special on St Valentine's Day? How will you say it? (fr …

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