Star Light Star Bright

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Jennifer Aniston showed off these shimmering beauties while attending the UK film premier of “The Bounty Hunter” at Vue West End in London, England. This new look has recently been made popular by red carpet attendees and debutants alike. But you don’t have to be famous to enjoy the beauty of white gold paired with diamonds, and it’s no mistake that Aniston displayed these darlings at this particular film. In the old west most law men wore stars to signify that they were the sheriff in that particular area. The metal star had five branches, with a point pointing upwards. It symbolized health, power, and especially divine protection from the sky. The film’s prominent theme of “a beauty breaking the law” was sarcastically hinted by Jennifer’s clever choice in jewelry. But she’s not the only one that can have fun with this classic symbol. Does your love break all the rules? Are you a rebel whose light shines like the sun? Let these earrings from Bel Air Jewelry inspire you to let go of the rules… and follow your heart!

You’re The Star

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What is a star? Science refers to the incandescent ball of light as a fixed luminous point in the night sky that shines at a distance from our world like the sun. For at least a portion of its life, a star shines due to thermonuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium in its core. It releases energy that traverses the star’s interior and then radiates deep into outer space. For some stars, the end of their life is marked by a beautiful supernova that explodes out into the galaxy. Truly, the journey of a star is something special… and so are you. Scientifically speaking, you’re made of specks of ancient star dust. Remember your own majesty and let the heat of your passions burst like a powerful supernova! Let your inner light shine like the unstoppable power of the sun. Are you drawn to the gravitation of your sweetheart like two powerful star-crossed lovers forming a brilliant star cluster of galaxy? Whatever fuels your core, let this sapphire diamond ring from Bel Air Jewelry inspire luminescence wherever your journey leads.

It’s All Yellow

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Celebrities like Carrie Underwood have started toting yellow diamond engagement rings instead of a traditional wedding band. This may be new to fashion but the color yellow is steep in ancient tradition and symbolism. Yellow, in the form of yellow ochre pigment made from clay, was one of the first colors used in prehistoric cave art. The cave of Lascaux has an image of a horse colored with yellow estimated to be 17,300 years old. In Ancient Egypt, yellow was associated with gold, which was considered to be imperishable, eternal and indestructible. The ancient Romans used yellow in their paintings. It’s even found frequently in the murals of Pompeii. However to the Western Culture yellow is the symbol of summer, vitality, friendship and now because of it’s recent explosion in fashion; romance. If you’re looking for a gift to give yourself or another, adorn yourself with yellow diamonds and white gold with this ageless classic by Bel Air Jewelry.

Oceans of Love

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Like a warm summer breeze drifting over the surface of the ocean, this sapphire gradates in waves of deep blue to glacier white diamonds. The flower is open and full like the tides; moved by the command of the moon. But nothing is more powerful and moving than your deepest desires fueled by love. Let this ring by Bel Air Jewelry conquer the moon and take you across the waters, to the place your passion waits to bloom.

We Said Forever

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Diamonds are forever. At least, they’re supposed to be. Remember how you felt seeing your partner kneel down as they opened a small box and asked you to share your world with them? Your love is still fresh and new but the glisten in your wedding band has gone. Don’t let the elements wreak havoc on the bright beaming symbol of your love. Follow these quick steps to ensure your wedding band from Bel Air Jewelry is as clear and brilliant as the passions you still have burning for partner.

Ignite Your love

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The Phoenix

Set your heart on fire. In the 19th century in Ancient Egypt the phoenix was known as a solar bird. Its flames burned like the sun every time it rose from the ashes of its predecessor. As we turn away from summer and the leaves start to change, a time of transformation in the world around us begins. Fall colors become the beauty of nature and are adorned by the jewelry of entangled lovers and women unafraid of the heat of romance. Let your passion consume you this fall with yellow, orange and deep red sapphires accentuated by a spark of shimmering diamonds from Bel Air Jewelry.