Friday, July 01, 2016

The Basics of wearing colored jewelry

Posted by Sylvans at 1:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Colored jewelry like Suna Bros. lends to your personal style more confidence and a fashion-forward air, which helps you to stand out in a room of people who stick to classic designs. But there’s a reason why only a few people are fond of wearing colored jewelry in formal events: color matching is tricky.  Color adds another dimension to the other factors that you need to factor in when wearing jewelry, such as weight and metal type; in short, color complicates an already fiddly jewelry fashion. For starters, you need to understand the basics of color matching using a color wheel. Colors that are opposite of each other in the wheel create contrast; the one can be a base, while the other the accent. On the other hand, adjacent colors in the wheel are complementary, meaning, you can wear both colors in equal weight.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
 

Friday, February 12, 2016

Queen Anne’s Lace

Posted by Sylvans at 8:00:35 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

If there is one consistent style among ultra elegant jewelry pieces, it is subtlety. Whether it’s a ring, necklace, bracelet...the key to achieving sophistication is creating a minimal design with the most impact. This is the same approach used by Leonardo Da Vinci when he created Mona Lisa. A slightly happier Mona Lisa would have ruined the whole masterpiece. In the same way, Suna Bros.’ Queen Anne’s Lace lends to the wearer a minimalist touch, yet the very same style creates a powerful statement. It is feminine in its details, intricate lace patterns that are as delicate as a snowflake. Thinly set in platinum chains with diamond accents, the Queen Anne’s Lace  is stunning without trying to be. It is a sure show stopper in cocktail parties.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
 

Friday, September 25, 2015

Masters of the diamond

Posted by Sylvans at 1:10:51 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

One characteristic of a signature jewelry is the jeweler's high attention to details. It takes decades of mastery to create intricate fine jewelry, playing with the different texture and strength of various precious stones and metals. Suna Bros.'s Queen Anne's Lace best exemplifies this arduous art. Its lace pattern almost looks like real lace, except that it's made of platinum and accented with diamonds and emeralds. Any regular jewelry can imitate the lace style, but trying to evoke the feminine aura of this piece that reminds you of a flowering bud takes mastery of the art. At closer look, you can sense that the jeweler knew each minute part of the pattern. No machine can match this personal touch that makes a signature brand like Suna Bros. unique and exclusive. 
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for  Suna Bros.
 
 

Friday, May 15, 2015

From Ordinary to Extraordinary

Posted by Sylvans at 4:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

One of the true signatures of a world-class jewelry is the ability of the jewelry maker to get inspiration from even the most mundane things. Using his creativity, knowledge, and craftsmanship honed through the years, a master jeweler can transform a ubiquitous idea into a stunning piece of art. When you look at Suna Bros. Bark Collection, you know the company's jewelry makers belong to an elite group. They took the shape and texture of a tree and captured it in elegant pieces from bracelets and rings to earrings. Similarly, the Suna Bros. Platinum Cabochon Ruby Diamond Aqua Tree Pin illustrates how creative genius can create masterpieces out of regular subjects. The pin is truly opulent and can be worn to accessorize your formal dress. 
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
 

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Diamonds are Pretty in Pink, Too

Posted by Sylvans at 3:20:23 PM in Suna Brothers (18)

Yes, those Pink Diamonds. Aren’t those really pretty? Well, Pink Diamonds were once only available to the most serious of collectors as they are pretty rare. Today though, these beautiful stones are made more available to us by no other than Suna Bros - creating elegant designs to match the elegance and the natural beauty of these stones. Pink Diamonds are rare naturally occurring substances. There are precise conditions within the earth needed to create these rare treasures. They vary in colors and they come in true pinks, purplish pinks, and apricot hues and very rarely they also come in red. Suna Bros Pink Diamonds come from the Argyle Diamond Mine in the remote East Kimberly region of Australia. Argyle Pinks are more saturated than those found elsewhere in the world. They are composed of densely packed graining planes that make them emit that beautiful natural pink. 
 
To take a look at elegantly designed Suna Bros Pink Diamonds pieces, visit Sylvan on Main Street, Columbia. You may just want to take these rare stones home with you. 
 

Saturday, April 05, 2014

Beauty at its Best

Posted by Sylvans at 2:08:18 PM in Suna Brothers (18)

Gems in their most beautiful sparkle – that is what Suna Brothers give to the world. The company's tourmalines, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, aquamarines and diamonds are absolutely a cut above the rest, with brilliance and craftsmanship that you have never seen before outside of Suna's acclaimed label. The paraiba tourmaline from Brazil and its African counterpart from Mozambique glow with magnificent beauty with their coveted peacock hue and irredescent sparkle. The finely cut gems, flanked with high grade diamonds and mounted on platinum Suna mountings and shanks, embodies the company's expertise in crafting and fashioning precious stones to bring out their maximum brilliance, laid out on their masterfully fashioned platinum and precious metals. Colors and hues has never been as exciting as Suna Brother's modern classic jewelry pieces. 
 
Find them at Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia.
 

Saturday, March 15, 2014

From Rare to Priceless

Posted by Sylvans at 8:23:51 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

The enchanting sparkle of the tanzanite is found in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, and also on Suna Brothers’ collection rare stone jewelry pieces. The jewelry manufacturing company, which was established in New York by brothers Kenneth and Joel Suna, prides itself as a specialist in crafting jewelry pieces with unusual designs and rare precious stones such as the tanzanite. Suna’s seasoned team brings out the extraordinary beauty of each unique stone through innovative processes anchored in the centuries-old tradition of jewelry making. The tanzanite ring highlights the mysterious beauty of the stone by creating an unbroken ring of diamond around the velvety blue center stone that is kissed in facets with subtle shades of violet and burgundy. Indeed, Suna knows how to make every rare stone a truly priceless family treasure.
 
Find Suna Brothers at Sylvan’s on Main Street in Columbia.
 

Saturday, March 01, 2014

Patriotism gets elegantly chic

Posted by Sylvans at 2:40:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

The American flag is one of the most widely recognized and ubiquitous symbols of the United States. This iconic American emblem — also called as the Star-Spangled Banner flag — has become a powerful symbol of Americanism. It is a popular theme on decals for many things, especially for clothing ornaments like badges and lapel pins. Plain colored metal pins seemed to be rigidly formal, which somehow makes them lose some luster, lessening the impact and essence of what the pin stands for. Inspired by ardent American patriotism and elegant fashion sense, Suna Bros. designed its Diamond Sapphire and Ruby Flag. One’s zeal for Uncle Sam had never been this fashionably stately, with the pin’s 46 rubies (2.67k), 38 diamonds (0.79k), and 12 sapphires (1.01k) all meticulously set in platinum by the famous New York-based jewelry designer.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer of Suna Bros. creations.
 

Saturday, February 08, 2014

More unique than snowflakes

Posted by Sylvans at 10:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

We’ve just experienced some of the coldest winter ever, thanks to the decillions of snowflakes that fell almost nonstop for the past months. A snowflake can be a single or group of ice crystals that come from the atmosphere. When ultra-tiny, super-cooled cloud drops freeze, they become snow crystals and their added weight carries them to fall upon Earth, just like rain. The amazing this is, every single snowflake is almost unique in structure! And these fascinating tiny ice crystals were exquisitely captured by Suna Bros., which had been drawing creative inspirations from Mother Nature, and expressed in various stunning pieces like earrings, pins and pendants. A perfect example of Suna’s scintillating snowflakes is the Platinum Emerald Diamond Snowflake Earrings, which is a seamless fusion of two timeless classics — emerald and diamonds. Everyone’s unique as a snowflake, but let these captivating Suna Bros. Snowflake Earrings make you stand out from the rest.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized Suna Bros. dealer.
 

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Romancing the rare stone

Posted by Sylvans at 8:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

During the late 1960s, a Tanzanian sailor and miner chanced upon some unfamiliar particles of strikingly velvety blue gem crystals in a hilly portion near Mr. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. He first thought it was peridot, later a dumortierite, but then sought the expertise of a nearby geologist, who brought the unknown gemstones to New York. From there, the stones were brought for further verification at the Gemological Institute of America and to other leading mineralogists, all of whom identified that the gems were a variety of zoisite. While the unknown stone travelled the world into the hands of different global experts for proper identification, the first correct determination of the unknown gem that came from Tanzania was, ironically, a Tanzanian government geologist! Still, Tanzanites are noted to have that mysterious unique trait to alternately change in hues — violet, burgundy, and blue—based on crystal orientation.
 
Get your own exquisite Tanzanite jewelries by Suna Bros. at Sylvan’s on Main Street, Columbia.
 

Saturday, December 28, 2013

Like Your First Love

Posted by Sylvans at 10:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

It’s like falling for your first love all over again. The deep colors are mesmerizing. The intricate designs are captivating. It’s classic and it is colorful. The Suna Bros. Classics in Color makes you a naïve admirer, a hopeless prisoner of beauty and passion. From pendants to rings, earrings to necklaces, this Suna Bros. line is every inch a timeless luxury that, like your first love, will always have a special place in your heart. Most notably, the Platinum Diamond Black Opal Lace Earrings is elegant and absorbing in its gradient sea of blue and green. Set as earrings, the gemstones radiate a depth like the deepest trench of the Pacific. Wear them and you’ll feel luxury at once, as well as the people around you will do as they gape at the earrings in admiration.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
Reference: http://www.sunabros.com/collections/classics-in-color/

Saturday, December 14, 2013

More than just pink diamonds

Posted by Sylvans at 2:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Most luxurious engagement and wedding rings and bands may look similar for the untrained eye, but a closer look, Suna Bros. literally is a cut above the others. The attention to detail is remarkable; you can sense the subtle creative hands that have worked out the intricate styles in each Suna Bros. piece. It’s the same craftsmanship that signature brand has honed and perfected for more than seventy years now. Founders Kenneth and Joel Suna trained under the auspices of European jewelry designers and would soon become masters themselves as diamond setters, bench jewelers, gemologists, and jewelry designers. Today, Suna Bros. is known for its elegant line of pink diamonds and its fashionable collection of rings, necklaces, and pendants that are highlighted with rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and other precious stones.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros..
 

Saturday, November 02, 2013

Luxury in color

Posted by Sylvans at 2:40:25 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Suna Bros. plays around colorful gemstones and set them on white gold and platinum to create a stunning line of jewelry from earrings, necklaces, pendants and rings. The Suna Bros. Classics in Color live up to its name—elegant and timeless, these luxurious pieces offer a wide choice of your favorite gemstones. The Aqua Diamond earrings exude elegance, its translucent light blue blending well with the white gold. The platinum tsavorite diamond ring, meantime, is bolder; its deep, dark green suits a more formal even like glamorous dinner fundraising. Similarly, the blue sapphire diamond on white gold is ideal for high-end, sophisticated cocktail nights, while the opal lace earrings offer an interesting gradient of blue and green hues. On the other hand, the ruby earrings on platinum and rubillite diamond ring are more flexible; they can match a day or night, formal or more casual event.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Sea creature inspired earrings

Posted by Sylvans at 2:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

There’s a play on sea creatures at work in Suna Bros. Classics in Diamond collection and each of them is a tempest of tease. The 18 carat white gold diamond starfish earrings are trivial yet they exude glamour with tiny diamonds covering the whole piece. The starfish theme also extends to the platinum diamond south sea cultured pearl pin. The pearl provides a refreshing subtle accent to the luminescence created by the tiny diamonds around it. Another favorite sea creature is the coral. The platinum diamond dome ring is reminiscent of a reef coral, but this coral seems to breathe through diamond pores. The same coral-inspired theme is evident in the platinum diamond ring and the 18 carat white gold diamond earrings. Likewise, a cluster of minute diamonds completes another coral-inspired pair of earrings that, like their natural cousins, is quietly confident of its beauty and allure. 
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 

Saturday, September 28, 2013

How Diamonds are Made and Why You Need to Know

Posted by Sylvans at 3:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Have plenty of time, say, two to three billion years. Heat some carbon-bearing rocks at about 2,200 degrees Fahrenheit. Temper the heat then apply just the right pressure and chemistry to rearrange carbon molecules into diamond crystals. That’s how diamonds are made and how rare they are compared to other gems. But not all diamonds come up as clear and translucent. In fact, one of the rarest and most desired naturally formed diamonds is pink diamonds. They are made when some other elements interacted during the molecule rearrangement across billions of years.  Remember this piece of trivia; it may come handy when you wear your Suna pink diamond jewelry and people start to talk about pink diamonds. 
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 

Saturday, September 07, 2013

The Personality of Elegance

Posted by Sylvans at 9:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Suna Bros. offers a whole line of fine diamond earrings in 18k gold and platinum to match your personality. Here are some of these impressive signature pieces. The Platinum Diamond Circle Earrings suggest a well-rounded character, someone who is at ease with people from different backgrounds. The 18K White Gold Aqua Diamond Earrings say that you love classic elegance with a tinge of variation. On the other hand, the Pink Gold Pink Diamond Earrings exude boldness and confidence.  Suna Bros. earrings also feature elegant feminine designs that hint of grace and purity like the linear Platinum Diamond Earrings style. Studded with tiny diamonds and set in a simple straight pattern, the earrings reflect a woman in her most alluring poise. Whatever your personality is, Suna Bros. showcase them in elegance.
 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Pretty in pink

Posted by Sylvans at 2:00:00 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

There is grace and sincerity in a pink diamond. Nothing flamboyant or opulence-centric, a pink diamond is confident in its allure and its simplicity makes it even more elegant. Suna Bros. pink diamonds exude the same character. They reflect a woman who knows elegance, one who doesn’t run after it; rather, elegance comes to her.  A Suna Bros. pink diamond piece may be perfect for a glamorous, but level-headed lady. The starfish pendant serenely hangs on a necklace. It’s elegant without being self-important. Similarly, the heart pendant exudes confidence without seeking praises. It knows it’s beautiful, and is quiet about it. The earrings may have allowed themselves some subtle vanity: they are set in platinum. Still, their pink diamonds appear to sleep soundly in one corner, content in their glamor. 
Sylvan's on Main Street, Columbia is an authorized dealer for Suna Bros.
 
 

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Pink Passion by Suna

Posted by Sylvans at 8:00:55 AM in Suna Brothers (18)

Argyle Diamond Mine in the remote East Kimberly region of Australia is the world’s largest source of rare pink diamonds. Out of the mine’s 40 million carats production per year, only 10 thousand carats are pink diamonds and part of that precious percentage goes to the diamond jewelry workshops of  Suna Brothers in New York City. After their long journey from Australia to America, the pink diamonds undergo an even longer process under the hands of expert Suna gem setters and jewelry makers. The brand uses a long list of tools, from the most traditional techniques to the most modern equipment, to bring out the beauty of these beautifully colored rocks. Suna then showcases their radiant hues in the brand’s various jewelry designs such as the platinum diamond leaf bracelet, the pink diamond starfish pendant, and the more classic platinum and diamond snowflake pin. 
 
Find the rare beauty of the pink diamonds expressed in the Suna Brothers artistry, available at Sylvan’s on Main Street in Columbia  - authorized retailer for Suna Brothers.
 
 

Menu

Blog Home


Categories

Archives

Recent Entries