Friday, July 28, 2017

The Special John Hardy Jawan Cufflinks

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

Cufflinks can add to a suit and bring about a sophisticated look, and these John Hardy Jawan Cufflinks are a great option for anyone who is seeking out a special pair of cufflinks. These cufflinks are made of sterling silver and 18K yellow gold, material that is top quality and that will help them to stay in good shape for a long time. These cufflinks feature a design that is simple and yet special, with a front that is dotted in gold. These cufflinks feature a back with a special design to it, something that helps them to appear beautiful from any angle. Those who are seeking out a pair of cufflinks that will help them to stand out will appreciate all that this pair has to offer.

John Hardy has been around since 1975, and the company was founded in Bali. The company is known for their handcrafted pieces and the way that they put their heart into all that they create. The company is committed to community. John Hardy works with local artisans as they create new pieces. Each piece put out by the company is inspired and contains great meaning.

Friday, June 09, 2017

John Hardy Drop Earrings with Ebony wood

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

This elegant collection from John Hardy will completely engross anybody in its beautiful design. Made from sterling silver and wood, this earring is a perfect way to accessorize yourself with any casual summer wear or office outfits for a glamorous look. The silver polka dots with black background brings fun and glamor and it goes well with any outfit. Wooden brown earring drop brings a fair amount of gloss. Overall, it's a perfect blend of traditional and modern design blended together by John Hardy.

John Hardy is well known for its traditional hand-made Asian jewelry techniques. It all began in the year 1970s when John had first visited Bali and was deeply intrigued by the islands traditional jewelry making traditions. He applied his own design concepts on top of Balinese techniques and the result was John Hardy Jewelry. Today, it is well known for its design in sterling silver.

John Hardy Drop Earrings with Ebony wood incorporates a unique combination of style and color to enhance your beauty. Powerful Romantic Glamor describes it all. This classic earring is a must buy for all the beautiful and glamorous ladies out there. This addition to your jewelry collection is something you will always be proud of.

Friday, December 02, 2016

John Hardy Legends Eagle Dog Tag Necklace

Posted by Schwarzschild at 9:11:41 AM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy is a jewelry designer who was inspired in his work by a visit to Bali in the early 1970's. The trip left him with such a sense of beauty, serenity and tradition that he decided to put it to good use in making authentic beautiful handcrafted jewelry. He employed local artisans who were extraordinarily gifted in their craft. He continues this time honored tradition today utilizing the same value system upon which his company has always been based.

This lovely Legends Eagle Large dog tag necklace is made from the finest sterling silver. The strong box chain is 2.6 mm wide and sits the dog tag pendant at just the right level on the chest. The chain boasts a lobster clasp for easy removal.

The silver pendant itself measures 41 mm by 22.5 mm which is roughly an inch and 3/4 by one inch wide.

The onyx inlay on this silver dog tag pendant is beautifully carved with fine detail. The eagle's head in profile is carved flawlessly showing its eye and beak and chest of plumage. It's a definitive piece of beautiful jewelry that would make a great gift for any man. The joy of wearing such a fine piece of jewelry with a stunning onyx etching of America's national bird is sure to please any wearer for years to come. 

Friday, September 30, 2016

Bamboo with Stunning Sapphires

Posted by Schwarzschild at 7:42:40 PM in John Hardy (28)

Since the 1970's John Hardy has been designing jewelry that's both modern and classic. The Bamboo Collection, inspired by the exotic plant, showcases the unique structural rings that tall stalks of bamboo have, giving a sleek aesthetic look to the pieces.

One item in particular exudes a certain polished appeal, but it isn't anything like your grandmother's pearls. Somehow balancing both sophistication and edginess, John Hardy's Bamboo Collection Necklace with embedded blue sapphires shines as a statement piece. With tiny stones of blue sapphire embedded along the front of the silver choker, a detailed look of intricacy and craftsmanship is intelligently presented by anyone wearing the stunning necklace. Hugging the delicate shape of a woman's neck, the choker lays across the collar bone like a luxurious, metallic scarf.

Other beautiful items within the Bamboo Collection compliment the choker: a silver dome ring with blue sapphires and a silver kick cuff bracelet that features the gemstones as well. Collectively the pieces would create a cohesive look, either with an elegant blue or white gown or even a beach-ready black maxi dress, indicating a multi-purposeful accessory, a smart addition to any jewelry box. 

Friday, August 05, 2016

Oh, those Simple Days

Posted by Schwarzschild at 2:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

Remember the times when you were carefree in your twenties, and your style leaned on the mystical, natural, and folkloric influences? You’d go backpacking around the world with the simplest means, and you fell in love with anything organic. The leather bracelet with some bamboo accents was all that you like as accessory. But as you grew older and your career started to take off, you began to indulge in the more luxurious parts of life. You learned to appreciate precious metals, finer wines, fine dining, and the like. Now in your mid-thirties or early forties, you’ve all forgotten about how cheap life was. Deep inside you still crave for the simple life, the natural, organic, cheap stuff. As far as your accessories go, you can still do that without compromising luxury. Signatures like John Hardy brings you back to your backpacking days, the bamboo accents, without you having to leave the luxurious comfort of life.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

Friday, April 01, 2016

Different kind of celebrity endorsement

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:00:55 AM in John Hardy (28)

Celebrities are natural endorsers of jewelry signatures, but one celebrity takes the endorsement to a higher level. Where most stars only wear the piece for a special occasion once, Nina Dobrev of the drama series DeGrassi has worn the same John Hardy two-tone bracelet almost daily as shown in her series of photographs. She was first seen with the John Hardy at the DirectTV Super Saturday party in San Francisco, CA. The next day, she’s seen donning the same bracelet at the Super Bowl game, supporting the Packers. A few more days, she’s spotted again wearing the same bracelet in Toronto, this time the photo was candid, proving she’s really wearing the John Hardy. Lastly, she’s again wearing it at an Oscars party on February 27. She does like the John Hardy bracelet, right? It proves the jewelry’s versatility.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive and at Short Pump Town Center and Carry Town.
 
 

Friday, January 15, 2016

Classic Bali

Posted by Schwarzschild at 8:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy has, to date, hundreds of styles and designs that you can choose from to match your fancy. But if you want to go back to the basics, the fundamental John Hardy’s Balinese roots, choose the Classic Chain Collection. It exhibits the brand’s simple elegance as exemplified by the Slim Kick Cuff with Black Finish or the Single Station Kick Cuff, both of which feature a center gemstone for accent. On the other hand, the Multi-Geometric Link Bracelet is intricate yet without overwhelming the senses. It is set with a single solid gemstone surrounded by tiny gemstones. Meanwhile, the Wide Link Cuff is bolder whether in sterling silver or 22-karat gold. For that genuine Balinese flavour John Hardy is known for, you can’t go wrong with the Classic Chain line.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Friday, October 02, 2015

John Hardy rings

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

Who says rings are for engagements and weddings alone? John Hardy offers a range of luxurious rings that at once evokes mystic and elegance. You can wear a piece on a cocktail party or as part of your corporate power dress. The rings come in sterling silver, 18k yellow gold or a combination of the two. They can be accented with a diamond (0.17ct) or gemstones like a Swiss blue topaz, amethyst, citrine, or a pearl. Likewise, the John Hardy rings can be simple, such as, the Bamboo Hook Ring or the Classic Chain Multi Row Coil Ring, or intricate as the Legends Macan Ring and Dot Ring. You can collect a set to match the occasion or your mood. With John Hardy rings you can wear elegance every day.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Hot cuffs this summer

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy says this summer go for white and silver cuffs for a literally hot look. The John Hardy cuffs collections offer a wide array of themes and materials, each one can match an elegant or casual wear on a hot, humid day. The Naga Slim Kick Cuff features an emblematic style that symbolizes the dragon's strength, prosperity, and protection. The material is made from silver or silver and 18k gold mix. Meantime, the Bamboo Narrow Cuff exhibits a thin line showcasing two overlapping bamboo-inspired braces. You can also opt for the Bamboo Medium Kick Cuff, a single brace version. The Bamboo collection exudes a pure, effortless style. For a bolder style, the Kali Overlap Cuff evokes the organic terrain of Balinese smooth stones in riverbeds. The stone details are hand-carved and features polished silver finish.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Men in Bracelets

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:46:20 PM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy takes the strap bracelet to new heights. Inspired by Balinese folk arts and traditional jewelry making and quality craftsmanship of European designers, John Hardy created a line of men’s bracelets that put fashion in masculinity. Using stark colors from aquamarine blue to fuchsia red, and sun orange to cobalt black, the bracelets evoke at once a contrasting and seamless appeal. The fabrics are woven in traditional Balinese style, reminiscent of local mat-making. Aside from fabric, the John Hardy bracelets also feature beads strung together in Bedeg fashion, a common technique used in Indonesian baskets, mats, and walls. The beads range from blue, green, or red, featuring lapis lazuli, Mohave green turquoise, or frosted black chalcedony. The bead bracelets use silver clasps and accents.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Center.
 
 

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Essence of the Earth

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:42:21 PM in John Hardy (28)

Uniqueness is hard to come by these days. But one brand that has truly achieved this is John Hardy. By using traditional Balinese jewelry making techniques to make modern pieces, John Hardy has etched his name in the luxury jewelry industry as one of the most unique producers. John Hardy takes its inspiration from the essence of the earth. Designers’ concepts are brought to life by skilled craftsmen who shape pieces with their own hands. John Hardy wants to be known as a green company as it makes daily strides in making its process greener with respect to the environment and people. These inspirations are very apparent in John Hardy collections like Bamboo, Cinta, Kali and Naga, amongst others. 
 
To see which John Hardy pieces you’d like to take home with you, visit Schwarzschild’s in Carry Town. 
 
 

Saturday, May 17, 2014

First date flops

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:19:51 PM in John Hardy (28)

Who said it’s going to be smooth and easy. First dates can be as tricky as the most complex math problem. Or as easy as silk if you keep tab of these first date mistakes to avoid. Never ever talk about the ex, or if she asks, just keep a casual short answer. It didn’t work out should be the quick answer. Likewise, don’t flirt with anyone except with the girl in front of you. If you’ve get that habit of giving the waitress the extra smile, drop it on the first date. It also still pays to foot the bill, or at least the coffee. Women will never admit it, but they feel more valued when men go for that extra mile or cash in this case. As for your outfit, don’t underdress or overdress. Just keep a neat casual suit, nicely polished pair of loafers and simple but elegant accessories like a John Hardy coiled bracelet.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Carry Town.
 
 

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Natural luxury

Posted by Schwarzschild at 2:36:59 PM in John Hardy (28)

What better way to appreciate Bali-based John Hardy jewelry than wearing one of its bamboo-inspired collections. The smooth, natural surface of the bamboo is represented in precious metals across this John Hardy line. It’s an iconic symbol for the brand, reflecting what the signature stands for:  strong craftsmanship, Balinese traditional jewelry-making and commitment to sustainability while maintaining a standard of elegance and luxury. The Bamboo Ring with Diamond Pave is lined with scintillating tiny diamonds in the middle. Likewise, the Bamboo Three Row Necklace with Black Sapphire matches a black and white formal dress. Complement it with the Bamboo Wide Flex Cuff in sterling silver and the Bamboo Wide Ring in sterling silver also. The John Hardy Bamboo collection gives you an opportunity to flaunt luxury in its natural element.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Weaving jewelry

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:51:22 PM in John Hardy (28)

Who said jewelry is only for women? Men can be as vain and choosy, too, when it comes to jewelry items. The most common pieces will be bracelets and cufflinks. John Hardy, the Bali-based, fair trade, nature-loving jewelry brand, presents a wide selection of beautiful bracelets using multi-color sailing cords. They have the warmth of Asian hospitality and elegance of European luxury. The sailing cords are woven in precise patterns and the colors radiate with clarity. Turquoise blue is combined with deep and soft purple. Fuchsia is interlaced with maroon. Red is accented by blue and yellow tidbits. Grey is set against a sea of black. The John Hardy bracelets are all set in sterling silver locks, and they complement a casual and semi-formal wear.
 
John Hardy is available in Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

The difference is in the human touch

Posted by Schwarzschild at 9:59:37 AM in John Hardy (28)

In this age of 3D printers, high-definition laser cutters, and a myriad of mind-boggling gadgets — most of which ensure unparalleled accuracy and ultra-fast results, it’s always a comforting thought that some people still cling to age-old traditional methods in creating products that demonstrate human creativity and artistry. The Bali, Indonesia-based jewelry designer John Hardy is one such organization, well-known for its strict adherence to employing traditional jewelry-making techniques and earth-friendly production processes. Take for instance its Palu collection, a line of purely hand-hammered elegant pieces to achieve unparalleled rich texture and engaging design. Inspired by the moon’s magnificently mottled façade, each Palu piece is pummelled by the skilled hands of husband-and-wife teams of artisans to achieve the distinct battered Palu surface. The intricate dynamics in the artisans’ everyday relationships pave way for nuances in the resulting designs which is a key component of this profound creative procedure.
 
Get your own Palu pieces at Schwarzschild’s at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Lovestruck with Palu

Posted by Schwarzschild at 8:43:25 AM in John Hardy (28)

Nestled on the alluring k-shaped island of Sulawesi, Palu is the portal to some of Indonesia’s exotic getaways like Bada Valley and the Lore Lindu National Park. As a city naturally-endowed with beautiful white sand beaches and virgin tropical forests, Palu is simply one of the places to be when visiting the Far East. No wonder, Bali-based jewelry designer John Hardy did not only fell in love with Palu’s natural wonders — he even designed one jewelry collection to express his deep admiration for the place. To capture the picturesque vignette of rippling sails of boats of Balinese fisherfolks and the refraction of light on the water, John Hardy created the Palu collection, which includes expertly hand-hammered silver sterling jewelry pieces to arrive at a unique battered texture that gently mirrors light.
 
Schwarzschild’s at Alverser Drive is an authorized dealer for John Hardy.
 
 

Saturday, December 21, 2013

For men only

Posted by Schwarzschild at 7:45:43 AM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy may have one of the exquisite jewelry collections for women, but it didn’t forget the men. The signature Balinese inspired jewelry has a wide selection of men’s luxury accessories that lends an air of sophistication and elegance to a gentleman. The John Hardy rings for men is a reflection of Balinese flowing harmony, evident in the flowing lines and dancing leaves etchings on the pieces. On the other hand, the cuff links are an eclectic collection of inspired art, featuring among others a dragon head, bongos, and a cobra with flailing ears. For subtle glamour, men can wear the John Hardy clips on neckties or suits. But the bracelets may be the most iconic collection among the John Hardy men’s accessories. In leather cord or combined with sterling silver, these bracelets are simple yet elegant that exude Balinese art at its core.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, November 02, 2013

Tips for wearing rose gold this fall

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:11:21 PM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy 18k rose gold jewelry pieces are elegant and truly luxurious. To make the most out of this impressive jewelry, here are a few tips on how to wear rose gold this autumn. First, match the rose gold with copper-toned accessories like belts, purses and even shoes. Second, wear rose gold with fall clothing in earth tones like brown, gray and tan. Interestingly, rose gold also works nicely with blue clothing. Third, pair the rose gold with diamonds. For some reason, the diamond makes the rose gold brighter in hue, while the latter makes the diamond sparkle more. Fourth, use nude nail polish with pink or olive undertones to complement your rose gold jewelry. Follow these tips and you’ll be wearing John Hardy rose gold jewelry even more impressively.
 
John Hardy is available in Schwarzschild's at Carry Town.
 
 

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Love awaits you

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:00:28 PM in John Hardy (28)

It’s not really the value of the precious stone set in the jewelry that makes it special. Nor is it the price of the material used such as platinum, gold and sterling that reflects the piece like a ring, bracelet or necklace. It’s the rarity that counts most that sets the jewelry a cut above the rest. Like John Hardy’s Cinta, Indonesian for “love.” It’s truly a work of love expressed in detailed design from 18k gold, set with pink sapphires and diamonds and framed by two Nagas set. Each piece is uniquely made, an obra of a master jewelry craftsman. The Cinta collection is an offshoot of John Hardy’s quest to gift his wife with a piece that is one-of-its-kind. Soon, that gift would spawn a whole line of handcrafted designs with no two pieces alike. Each Cinta  awaits to find its lover. Will that be you?
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Facial Recognition

Posted by Schwarzschild at 2:16:27 PM in John Hardy (28)

Wearing the best pair of earrings doesn’t stop at buying a luxurious brand like John Hardy. The earrings should match your facial shape. An oval-shaped face looks stunning with a teardrop earring. It adds a point to counter the otherwise slender lines of the oval. The same style (and reason) also works for a round face. She can also use a dangle type to add length to her face. Meantime, earrings with elongated curves and line work okay for a heart-shaped face. It draws attention to the cheekbones and jaw line. If your face is square, hoop earrings can soften it. On the other hand, a narrow face can use dangle earrings to minimize the facial length. Consider your facial shape first before buying a glamorous earring like a John Hardy to get the best value out of luxury.
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Heaven and earth luxury

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:24:43 PM in John Hardy (28)

On one end are the luxury-loving elite who are accused to have little regard for the rest of the world. On another end are the tree huggers, criticized to be militant and too eager for socialist views. Well luxury and fair trade and sustainability can co-exist. At least in a John Hardy jewellery, the Asian-inspired luxury jewellery brand self-styled to have been manufactured using earth-friendly and sustainable practices. John Hardy jewellery is hand-made one at a time, a practice that creates more livelihood in the community where the pieces are made. It celebrates tribal arts and culture and adapts them to modern design that creates a unique John Hardy signature. Earrings are not only elegant, but mystic, too. Necklaces become symbolic. Bracelets become cultural. These are John Hardy traits that evoke heavenly luxury, while keeping the brand grounded to earth. 
 
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, August 03, 2013

Chained to Bali

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:29:22 AM in John Hardy (28)

John Hardy is known for a wide array of impressive jewellery line, from rings to bracelets, and necklaces to pendants. But going back to the basics of its Bali inspired spirit, the John Hardy Classic Chain Collection exudes the signature’s elegance in the simplicity of this jewellery piece. The Classic Chain starts from the basic designs, such as the Slim Kick Cuff with Black Finish and the Single Station Kick Cuff accented by a tiny gemstone in the middle. Or you can go intricate with the Multi-geometric link bracelet, which is set with a solid main gemstone and a few minor ones around the chain. The Wide Link Cuff, meantime, is solid in sterling silver and 22-karat gold. Seamless simple lines provide an elegant finish to it. The Classic Chain Collection has more designs and materials to offer, each one taking off from that mystic Balinese art. 
 
John Hardy is available in Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Of rivers and silver

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:07:55 PM in John Hardy (28)

Rivers are fascinating bodies of water; the calmness of their waters can soothe the harried soul and drown away all worries. To many people, rivers also provide much needed sustenance, being a source of food and clean water to drink. But rivers can also be a destructive force, able to wipe away entire communities with its raging waters, making it a natural resource that demands respect. They are also creations of beauty, never ceasing to please the eyes of anyone who's willing to cast a glance. Master jewelry designer John Hardy pays homage to this wonder of nature with its Bali Collection. Taking its name from the Balinese word for "river," this line of exquisitely crafted pieces takes inspiration from the river that edges the designer's compound in Bali, Indonesia. Its design is reminiscent of the pebble-like stones that line the riverbed, with precious gems representing such stones, mounted on sterling silver. The collection continues to evolve with the spirit of nature as its recurrent theme. 
 
Come explore these artful pieces at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 

Sunday, July 07, 2013

Nature as art

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:57:16 PM in John Hardy (28)

Nature is undeniably the one true source of art. Its beauty is unparalleled, something that human hands can never replicate. Nature’s superiority is such that men can only get inspiration from nature in his artistic endeavors. Nature also has all the elements that could ever comprise any work of art, with all the colors blending perfectly with shapes sculpted by time. Known for taking inspiration from nature, master jeweler John Hardy has created the Bedeg Collection. This line of fine jewelry showcases Balinese craftsmanship at its finest. Taking the form of necklaces, rings and earrings, these pieces are crafted by highly-skilled artisans who combine gold, sterling silver and gems to create pieces that exude elegance and style. 
 
Explore this marvelous collection at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Saying you’re sorry

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:40:38 PM in John Hardy (28)

It's already six o'clock in the evening. You're still out in the streets still wondering what went wrong. You've been accused of neglect, being insensitive and not treating her right. You wanted to deny everything, to even get back at her. But you knew she was right. And now you're thinking how to best appease the woman you hurt, albeit unintentionally. In your masculine mind, you can only think of the simplest tokens that you are used to giving her. But you know what you need is something far more special. Good thing noted jeweler John Hardy has created its Large Drop Pear Shape Enhancer with Mother of Pearl pendant. This piece is sure to soothe the bleeding heart. Its elegant design does not only exude luxury, but reflects how much importance is placed on the wielder. An ideal token of apology, this piece will surely bring warmth to the coldest of hearts. 
 
Find this piece of a gem at Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive.
 
 

Saturday, June 22, 2013

Resilient bamboo

Posted by Schwarzschild at 10:54:37 AM in John Hardy (28)

In Asia, the bamboo has always served as a source of inspiration for different cultures. This species of overgrown grass is viewed by many as a symbol of both resilience and versatility. Unlike trees, the bamboo’s strength comes not from the hardness of its body but from its ability to bow before the strongest of winds and still be able to stay in one piece. In Bali, Indonesia, the bamboo is regarded as a most versatile source of materials. It can be used to create wondrous things and also be a good source of nourishment for the Balinese. Noted jewelry designer John Hardy pays tribute to this gift from nature in its Bamboo Collection. This line of finely jewelry is of pure sterling silver and lavished with a variety of precious gems. The elegant design is truly reminiscent of the bamboo’s grace and strength, achieved by traditional jewelry-making techniques. 
 
Find this core collection at Schwarzschild's at Carry Town.
 
 

Sunday, June 16, 2013

Love you can wear

Posted by Schwarzschild at 9:58:34 AM in John Hardy (28)

Love, that human emotion that some say makes the world go round, and for others still, a mighty entity that conquers the coldest of hearts, often evokes images of beauty, tranquility and overwhelming joy. For some, falling in love can make the world ground to a halt or send it spinning out control. This purest of emotions even influences the physical being, rendering one unable to eat, sleep or do even the most menial of tasks. Noted jewelry designer John Hardy celebrates love in its Cinta Collection. Taking its name from the Indonesian word for love, the collection started out with a single piece designed by Guy Bedarida as a gift for John Hardy’s wife. The elegance of the collection soon spread like wildfire with others clamoring for their own pieces. Individual pieces are uniquely designed around special materials that Bedarida encounters during travels. These are not ordinary jewelry, they are exquisite works of art borne of love and passion for the craft. 
 
Schwarzschild's at Carry Town is an authorized dealer for John Hardy.
 

Sunday, June 09, 2013

When legend meets art

Posted by Schwarzschild at 1:00:00 AM in John Hardy (28)

Indonesian folklore holds some of the most mythical creatures known to man. Balinese legend tells of a great serpent called the Naga dragon. A mystical creature known for his great love for the pearl, the Naga dragon took great pains in getting to the sea from his volcano home to visit his love. It is also a known symbol of prosperity for the people of Bali. The great legend now comes to life in jewel designer John Hardy’s Naga Collection Jewelry, an assortment of pieces that include rings, necklaces and bracelets, among others. The pieces are made of sterling silver, with some designs adorned with 18K gold. All feature the Naga dragon’s head, which symbolizes eternal love and prosperity. Exquisitely handcrafted by Balinese artisans, each piece is essentially a work of both art and beauty.
 
Schwarzschild's at Alverser Drive is an authorized John Hardy dealer.
 

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