Anna Ruth Hen­riques takes her gems home

Jamaica Gleaner - - TODAY - Jody-Anne Lawrence Life­style Re­porter

It was a fam­ily af­fair for the Bolts at the re­cent stag­ing of the Usain Bolt and the JN foun­da­tions Heroes in Ac­tion 4K Fun Run and 8K Run/Walk at the Fal­mouth Pier. Usain Bolt (cen­tre) is flanked by his par­ents, Welles­ley (left) and Jen­nifer, af­ter they par­tic­i­pated in the 4K Fun Run. All pro­ceeds from the char­ity run/walk will go to the Vic­tim Ser­vices Di­vi­sion of Trelawny and the Granville Place of Safety. THE PE­GA­SUS ho­tel’s Rio Bueno Suite was trans­formed into a jew­ellery lover’s par­adise as Anna Ruth Hen­riques of­fi­cially launched her jew­ellery line in Ja­maica.

The Ja­maica-born artist, jew­eller, and writer has brought her line home to the place where she has been most in­spired. Her in­tri­cately made pieces model na­ture and are great state­ment pieces.

The Pe­ga­sus ho­tel has made her pieces its home and they will be on dis­play in the lobby for all to see and en­quire.

As the men present made them­selves com­fort­able to­gether at one cor­ner of the room, the women went crazy, oc­ca­sion­ally ask­ing for their in­put. The for­mal­i­ties were short and sweet as the night was about ap­pre­ci­at­ing and pur­chas­ing fine pieces. And with a tes­ti­mony from Michelle My­ers Mayne, the women could rest as­sured they were get­ting qual­ity pieces.

See Mon­day’s Flair for more on Anna Hen­riques and her line. The min­erva leaf cuff by Anna Ruth Hen­riques. It’s a mother-and-son mo­ment for Saf­frey Brown and Rhys at the sec­ond stag­ing of the Heroes in Ac­tion 4K Fun Run and 8K Run/Walk. Busi­ness De­vel­op­ment Man­ager at Ja­maica Fiber­glass Prod­ucts Lim­ited Shel­ley Hen­drick­son (left) pauses for a photo mo­ment with en­tre­pre­neur Eroleen An­der­son.

The al­ways gor­geous Kim­ber­ley Mais-Issa is a gem among jew­els at Anna Ruth Hen­riques’ jew­ellery launch.

The woman be­hind the gor­geous jew­ellery – Anna Ruth Hen­riques.


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