Ancient Two Tone Gold And Sterling Silver Jewelry Making Techniques Now Available in New Hawaiian Jewelry Ring Design
Designs N Gold announces the addition of a NEW two tone 14KT gold and sterling silver Hawaiian ring design to its two tone Hawaiian jewelry designs.
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January 11, 2010 (FPRC) -- Designs N Gold, a Hawaii based Hawaiian jewelry manufacturer announces the addition of a new two tone 14KT gold and sterling silver Hawaiian jewelry ring design to its two tone Hawaiian jewelry designs. Utilizing ancient two tone gold and sterling silver jewelry making techniques that date back to birth of Christ, Designs N Gold has created another gift that will be treasured for a life time. A custom made 8mm Hawaiian ring with the owner's name in Raised 14KT Gold letters complimented with Designs N Gold's copyrighted Royal Maile Scroll Design engraved in solid sterling silver.
This NEW Hawaiian ring design was created to suit not only the individual tastes of all people but also to be affordable by all people as well. The Hawaiian ring design is traditional Hawaiian dating back to Hawaiian Queen Liliukalani's reign. Queen Liliuokalani admired the British and patterned her reign after Queen Victoria's of England. Her British counterpart, so legend goes, presented Queen Liliuokalani with a solid gold bracelet with OLD ENGLISH Lettering, enameled in ebony. Queen Liliuokalani wore it always. Soon the ALII (Hawaiian Royalty) commanded that ALL Hawaiian goldsmiths, throughout the kingdom, learn the tedious art. A HAWAIIAN JEWELRY TRADITION WAS BORN. The presence of the two tone effect is prevalent. This NEW Hawaiian ring was designed to attract the likes of the young and old alike.
Two tone gold jewelry is said to have evolved in the British Isles. The Celts are known to have pioneered this art and spread their wares across the length and breadth of Europe. With time and the coming of the Romans, the Celts were forced to flee and they settled in various parts of England and adjoining regions. The jewelry nonetheless never really suffered and became an instant hit the world over. It is still famous the world over and is widely preferred by people from all walks of life.
"Due to the success of our NEW two tone 14KT gold and sterling silver Hawaiian bracelet introduced during Christmas, I believe the addition of this NEW two tone 14KT and sterling silver Hawaiian ring design along with our NEW two tone Hawaiian bracelet will enable our two tone Hawaiian jewelry to become a NEW tradition for those who enjoy Hawaiian heirloom jewelry not only because of its origins rooted in Hawaii but also its affordability during these times of high gold prices" commented Colette Aoki, the owner of Designs N Gold.
About Designs N Gold - The owner of Designs N Gold, Colette Aoki, has been in the jewelry business in Hawaii since 1976. Over that period she has designed jewelry for thousands of clients in Hawaii as well as worldwide. In 1985 she acquired the jewelry manufacturer, Designs N Gold, which gave her the ability to control the entire jewelry making process from design to finished product. Designs N Gold's expert jewelers and engravers create each piece of Hawaiian jewelry including pendants, earrings, bracelets, and wedding rings. Contact 98-1277 Kaahumanu Street, Suite: 106-339 Aiea,Hawaii 96701Tel Local: 808-484-2699 Tel Outer Island & Mainland: 800-343-5846Web: http://www.designsngold.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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