Bonnin Designs Introduces Jewelry for Fall 2004

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Necklaces and Earrings in Unique Gemstone Cuts and Colors are WhatÂ?s In For Fall 2004

Since Southern California jewelry designer, Shari Bonnin launched her business and website Bonnin Designs in 2000; her jewelry designs have continued to evolve. By using wonderfully colorful semi-precious beads in original ways, Bonnin Designs’ jewelry popularity has continued to grow. With 3 upcoming appearances this fall on DIY networks’ TV show “Jewelry Making” and project information at http://www.diynet.com, the interest is evident.

The new Fall 2004 jewelry line introduced this week includes original designs that are edgy and modern, to unique but timeless using different colors and shapes of chalcedony, quartz, and jades such as greens, pinks, blues, whites, purples, and fuscia. Necklaces have pendants of Vintage Mother of Pearl, silver, and gemstones. The necklaces are more versatile than before with chain extenders of up to 3 inches. They can be worn as chokers or longer necklaces with sizing from 16to 19 inches. The earrings really make a statement with the use of bright color, sterling silver chain and only quality sterling silver findings.

In addition to the new Fall line, all Bonnin Designs regular priced jewelry is at even lower prices than before. The Summer 2004 jewelry is on sale from 50-70% off regular price and most flamenco earrings are also on sale. A free gift: sterling silver hoop earrings with a freshwater pearl come with each purchase and shipping to the USA is always free.

Shari has demonstrated the versatility in her styles throughout the past 4 years. Passion, color, and vibrancy evident in her love for flamenco dancing are brought to her handcrafted jewelry designs. Her jewelry is available in boutiques throughout California and at her website http://www.bonnindesigns.com

Bonnin Designs

http://www.bonnindesigns.com
bonnindesigns@yahoo.com

951-897-5155

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