Rising African Jeweler. Blossom Gabriel Speaks Candidly To Today's Women On Other Importance Of Jewelries To Today's Women (1)





" It is luxury that takes us from ordinary to extraordinary "- Sir Donald John Trump


Luxury report: May 20, 2017 9.30 AM

 " By Mike cerutti Osagie" <chiefcerrutti@gmail.com>


Everywhere in the world, women are wearing an ample variety of jewelry. Whether it is about necklaces, bracelets or earrings, jewelry is extremely popular. ...


The fact is that jewelry has always been an importantpart of human cultures, serving several purposes that are deeply significant to each of us


* Women are passionate about Jewellery as it represented a symbol of femininity and even social status.







Recently, fast rising African jeweler and award winner Dr Blossom Gabriel   spoke to our luxury unit on the other importance of jewels

 Hear her" Jewellery has always made women feel beautiful and confident. The jewellery items are made of diamonds, pearl, gold, silver or other precious materials, the importance of Jewellery has always subsided in its ability to add to a women's natural beauty.


" The importance are surplus  but what I can tell  working women is try  to give attention to the style and not much metal, Jewellery that are made of ceramics, cheap stones, wood and clay are gaining popularity.



" Women today are conscious about their style and this rise of consciousness has been noticed irrespective of geographical locations.

 " A woman is inseparable from Jewellery. There is hardly any woman who can deny the attraction of the glittering Jewellery. So, excellent pieces of fashion Jewellery bought from the most reliable source can fulfill her desires and make them smile"


Blossom can be contacted in number on this jewel




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