Greetings from our team at Malaysia International Jewellery Festival 2018!
The exhibition starts today from 19 April to 22 April (Wed - Sat) at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Hall 5.
Visit us at booth D09 to find out more about our brand story from our founders Mr. Tay Kunming and Ms. Loke Huiying, who are also trained in gemology and founded The Gem Museum in Singapore!
It is also the first day launch of our new brand "The King's Bespoke", bringing to you bespoke jewellery design & custom creations.
~ Moon M a g i c Crystal Necklace ~ 🌌🌛🌊 This necklace is perfect for the ultimate moon & water lover.
It has labradorite stones for transformation, growth, and spiritual grounding, aquamarine for calming water energy, & sapphire beads to enhance intuition & your 3rd & crown chakras, help you speak truth, and help you channel that inner wisdom as well as wisdom from above.
This is not posted yet but will be tomorrow. There's also a sun necklace that will he up for grabs. This lays right below the throat or at princess length. DM me if interested. This will come with a card about the stones and information about how the moon effects us and how we can use it as an Ally. #moon#moonlover#wildwoman#labradorite#sapphire#aquamarine#crystalmagic#gemjewelry#bohogems
Within the past few years I've often come across the thought that if you're following your true path, success will come to you as if by magic. Now, I'm the worst example when it comes to the "magic of the Universe". I don't get signs or divine gifts. It feels like I have to earn every single fucking thing and revelation without much help that may come of its own accord. My personality is the best magic repellant.
Starting this silversmithing path was easy, because I had all the necessary connections. Keeping it up is honestly a struggle, and money is the main issue. I don't want to lie, so I'll just say it out loud - I'm still (almost) as broke as I was at the beginning of last year, and now I'm starting to realize that it might be my own fault. Or better said, the result of things that I have or haven't done, or even of my mindset. Or maybe there is no chance of reaching my financial goal in this market, the way I want to work. But does it mean I'm on the "wrong" path?
What's more likely in your opinion: success as a result of a (long) struggle or chosing the supposedly right path and being showered with heavenly gifts?
P.S.: At least I'm now pissed enough with life to try and make a difference.