The South Pacific Provides Inspiration for New Jewelry Line from SiRA. O.

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Tahitian Treats collection from SiRA. O designer Thandie Harris-Sapp features necklaces made of pearl strands on leather.

While many are just beginning to plan their Summer getaway, jewelry designer Thandie Harris-Sapp of SiRA. O has just released a line of elegant necklaces that may help to provide some inspiration. The "Tahitian Treats" collection is an exotic, earthy combination of Tahitian pearls and leather cord, many with an added accent of precious metal.

This new line offers a refreshing approach to fine jewelry, focusing on a natural aesthetic while maintaining a luxurious look and feel. The rare black Tahitian pearls used in the necklaces provide a unique look with distinct contrast to traditional white pearls, allowing them to be worn in less formal settings or as eye-catching everyday pieces.

The "Tahitian Treats" collection is the latest variation on SiRA O.'s theme of pairing precious metals with natural elements, continuing the jewelry making tradition that designer Thandie Harris-Sapp honed while living in Mali, West Africa. They continue to provide their previous designs as well, many currently on sale, which offer different takes on their core concept. Pieces from Sira O.'s other collections combine materials such as tusk and lion's claw, rarely seen in jewelry from the Western hemisphere, with gemstones like turquoise and opal available on a variety of hand-crafted necklaces, bracelets and earrings.

Altogether, the "Tahitian Treats" collection adds yet another unique twist to an already versatile line that is at home both on the street and at the resort. SiRA O. jewelry is available for purchase through their website at

About SiRA. O:
SiRA. O, founded in 2002, designs and produces quality handcrafted jewelry using gemstones and exotic materials from around the world. Currently based in Amsterdam, the pieces are created by designer Thandie Harris-Sapp, and are available exclusively through their online retail site.

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