Be Happy and Beautiful!
This statement goes far beyond being just a slogan for a product—it encapsulates my personal philosophy that I live and breathe. And my jewelry serves as a constant reminder and support for this belief.
In life, there will always be a multitude of opinions on what is important, useful, or meaningful. It's a vast field influenced by numerous factors.
Throughout history, one undeniable truth remains: humanity has sought ways to enhance and adorn ourselves, be it through body painting, piercings, or the allure of jewelry.
Take pearls, for example. They stand as the oldest "precious stone," and they are the only material in jewelry that is created by a living creature—the oyster.
For millennia, pearls have symbolized wealth, status, and power, not through dazzling brilliance like other precious gemstones, but through their understated elegance. Cultivated pearls only became available from 1893 onwards. Before that, they were so rare and precious that they commanded greater value than diamonds. They were reserved for gods and kings. Historical records reveal that as early as 2300 BC, strands of pearls were offered to the Chinese emperor. The ancient poet Homer described the "glittering" pearl earrings adorning the goddess Juno in 762 BC. Even pieces of pearl jewelry discovered in the sarcophagus of a Persian princess in 420 BC now grace the halls of the Louvre Museum in Paris.
You see, pearls, along with other precious gemstones, have become an integral part of our existence.
And in today's world, aren't we all capable of embodying the spirit of kings and queens?
With this in mind, I invite you to embrace your inner royalty, radiate happiness, and exude beauty in all aspects of your life.
Be happy and beautiful!