Tuesday, March 2, 2010

G is for GOLD


              That's  G is for Gold. When I was single I used to buy chinese gold jewelries. When I got here in US  I noticed they don't have Chinese gold but Italian gold, but it's fine with me though as long as it is jewelry ^_^
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27 comments:

Carol said...

You have some beautiful gold jewelry. Great for the letter G. I also did G is for Gold!

Sylvia K said...

Great shots for the G day! Lovely jewelery! Hope your week is going well!

Sylvia

Paula Scott said...

I think I might have a few pieces of jewelry that fall into the category of Chinese gold. I never thought about it though. Now I'm more of aware of the distinction because of this post! Thanks!

anthonynorth said...

Some lovely pieces there.

Rambling Woods said...

Wow..that is a beautiful collection of gold..Thank you for visiting my G post...Michelle

Dhemz said...

agoy nasilaw ko..ahahha..pwede huwaman nako nang uban diha te? labon wala kau ko gold...lol! silver halos ako jewels...dko ka afford sa gold dire sa US...mau pa sa pinas...lol!

those are gorgeous...:)

Tumblewords: said...

Very nice jewelry. I wasn't aware of the distinction in gold.

mrsnesbitt said...

Great post!
Thanks for contributing!
Denise (ABC team)

Jama said...

I used to have lots of 22k gold ornaments, these are the only ones I can tolerate as I have sensitive skin. Recently with the increase in price, I managed to sell some of them off at a profit, since they are bought when prices are very low.

Stan Ski said...

Thai gold (even jewelry) is over 90% pure and is bought and sold at market value. Good news for people who bought even a couple of years ago.

♥peachkins♥ said...

wow! ang agganda naman ng mga yan!

sewa mobil said...

Nice article, this really useful for me. There is nothing to argue about.
Keep posting stuff like this i really like it. Thx for blogwalking my friend

Carly said...

I think that Gold is a wonderful souvenir that won't loose its value or go out of style!

Rossel said...

wow daming mong jewelries ate kim. kamusta ka na? hope everything is fine with you.

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Marie said...

Wow, that's a lot of gold. You are very lucky. Thank you very much for visiting my blog.

jabblog said...

Lovely selection of gold jewellery - do you have a favourite piece?

Tarun Mitra said...

and we Indians are largest importers of gold :)....Gold is really fascinating...:)

Shady Gardener said...

Thank you for visiting me today. I've never thought about the differences in gold. Have a nice day! :-)

Mommy Liz said...

Daming collections ah, ako kasi di mahilig sa mga jewelries.. good investments din yan, or pwed emo rin ipamana sa mga nieces mo di ba?

Joy said...

Lovely jewellery and lovely to collect, you'll never be short of something to wear. Gold better than paper money.

Jay said...

Gold is both beautiful, and a great investment! I have no idea what the difference is between Italian and Chinese gold, but I'm sure it's all worth buying!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Gold jewelries are a good investment no to mention the beauty and charm that they exude for the wearer. Italian gold is as good and elegant as Chinese gold. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.

Roger Owen Green said...

All that glitters...IS gold, in this case.

Rajesh said...

Marvelous designs.

ellsea said...

oooh, shiny! What beautiful jewellery - lucky you!

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Gold is such a great commodity, right?

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Beverley Baird said...

Loavely jewellry!
Great idea for G!