Finally designer jewelery has succeeded in cracking NASA’s monopoly: This marks one jewelery designer label’s entry into orbit from spring 2008 on! Small, silver enchanting rockets, flying saucers and glittering space robots will all enrich Planet Fashion. With their retro look, the new items of jewelery are reminiscent of all those fascinating toys from the 1950s and guarantee a spacey-elegant touch for any outfit in a totally weightless way.
The pendants are made from solid 925 Sterling silver. They are completely enameled, which provides a particularly striking splash of colour. The tips of the rockets are adorned with white pavé zirconia stone. At the centre of the stars that decorate the fuselage is a single, white zirconia stone. On the flying soucers, the “control centre” is surrounded by black pavé-set zirconias and the windows are adorned with white zirconias. They are rounded off by a glowing red cabochon-cut synthetic garnet positioned on the roof.
Thomas Sabo is a strong, innovative jewellery brand that has developed from what was originally the secret preserve of fashion insiders. The German-designed jewelery is perfect for the most varied occasions and outfits – awesome with a business suit, festive attire and the casual look. The individual collections are mix and match, and can be combined with each other or added to as desired.
The company present fresh ideas twice annually: to coincide with the major international fashion shows in London, Milan, New York and Paris, the new Thomas Sabo jewelery collections are unveiled in spring and autumn.
The unidentified, fascinating objects have landed at Pomeroi [http://www.pomeroi.co.uk/jewellery-shop/thomas-sabo/-range/pendants/] certain to soon conquer the hearts of all lovers of unusual, fashionable jewelery the world over.
Source by Asa Langmaid