Monday, June 18, 2007

Suzanne Wilson Jewelry-Design from the Heart

How can anyone not fall in love with this jewelry? This makes Poerava miss her days of working for T&Co. The designs are well thought out, and even more impressive, Ms. Wilson is generous enough to help children's charities.

Her work is available at
Her site is superb, and there is music too.

Also you can find several pieces at This shop is owned by the mulit-talented Lisa Rinna.

Beverly Hills jeweler, Suzanne Wilson, is one designer who knows the power of color. The former artist enjoys the punch it gives to jewelry and is accustomed to experimenting with pretty palettes in many of her designs. Among the pieces perfect for brides-to-be are ones that include pale gemstones like aquamarine, citrine and tourmaline as well as touches of vibrant jewels like rubies and coral.

“Color really brings jewelry to life because it adds something unexpected and interesting to any look,” says Wilson.

Certainly, Wilson’s collections include many lively pieces that have classic appeal as well as subtle hints of blue, yellow and pink. Some of the most striking designs finding their way onto the bridal aisle are her carved pear-shaped citrine ring enveloped in 18k white gold with pavé diamond detail, an amazing addition to any bride’s right hand; her 18k white gold Deco Drop earrings which include Ceylon sapphires, reminiscent of the 1920s and ideal for a bride who wants to integrate a trace of “something blue,”; and her eel skin Coral earrings, a dainty set of 18k white gold with a rich burst of color surrounded by a pavé diamond frame.

Her connection to jewelry began as a young girl when she found herself captivated with her charm bracelet. Today, her 10 year old business is a true testament to her talent and makes her an A-lister with super-star clients .

“When I create a piece of jewelry,” says Wilson, “I am designing from the heart

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