A jew­elry line’s call for pa­tri­o­tism

This contemporary jew­elry line pays homage to the pa­tri­otic heart

Northern Living - - CONTENTS - TEXT PAM BROOKE CASIN

The adage “wear your heart on your sleeve” seems to be the driv­ing con­cept be­hind Jul B. Di­zon Jew­ellery’s new­est col­lec­tion Sim­bolo. Beau­ti­fully crafted with di­a­monds, sap­phires, ru­bies, and peri­dots in solid 18K gold, each piece pays re­spect to Filipino her­itage and the many trea­sures of our proud na­tion.

The contemporary col­lec­tion of rings, pins, clips, pen­dants, cuff­links, and bracelets are more than just items for adorn­ment. They rep­re­sent Filipino iden­tity and our vi­brant cul­ture, in the same way that they cel­e­brate the late Di­zon ma­tri­arch’s core val­ues of pa­tri­o­tism and fam­ily.

De­signed for ev­ery­day use, the Perdi­ble line of ex­tra- large dec­o­ra­tive safety pins bor­rows el­e­ments from the Philip­pine flag: a sun and three stars, brightly ac­cen­tu­ated with white or yel­low di­a­monds. You can wear the Perdi­ble by it­self or per­son­al­ize it with pen­dants, beads, mono­grams, or other dan­glers. While there are a to­tal of seven lines within the Sim­bolo col­lec­tion, all of the care­fully crafted pieces are mood-chang­ers, meant to bol­ster fer­vent love for the coun­try and keep the pa­tri­otic heart beat­ing. Jul B. Di­zon Jew­ellery. GF EDSA Shangri-La Manila, 1 Gar­den Way, Or­ti­gas Cen­ter, Man­daluy­ong City. 0915-7228238. www.sim­bolo.com.ph.

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