Advent calendar: 4. Yana Nesper

Adventskalender2011 – 04 – Yana Nesper

“Sometimes love needs no words.” – Yana Nesper introduces the latest brochure with this phrase and puts it exactly to the point. The pearls specialist knows the secret, romantic aspirations of modern women and brings grace and fresh elegance in everyday life with their retro pearl jewelry collection. Classic to contemporary interpreted in long pearl necklaces, which are worn on jeans and top. Chic, be implemented in multi-row necklaces and bracelets, thinking of movie classics such as “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” nonchalance and Paris. Or the magic and the magic of the night, which find their correspondence in creations with dark Tahitian pearls – all this is Yana Nesper. Or better: her jewelry, which she presented under her name. Akoya from Japan underline the elegant business outfit, freshwater pearls accompany the side arms of the Yangtze River and also China’s Lakes by the, shopping day show Polynesia with girlfriends, black Tahitian pearls from Tahiti and French star appeal in the night and Pastel-colored freshwater pearls from the side arms of the Yangtze River the romantic playful side bring the jewellery wearer revealed. Badge of the fine pearls gems is a small blue Sapphire, which is incorporated in every piece of jewelry.

A piece of pearl jewelry from the image gallery gives one of our readers or our readers Yana Nesper. You can see which one it is, if you find the image to the image section.

Finds the appropriate image from the gallery and leave the number (appears above the image, if it is clicked) as a comment. In addition, we want to know which piece of jewelry you like best.

Under all participants who answer both questions to the 6.12.11 (midnight), is drawn the selected piece of jewelry worth 250 euros. All comments remain locked up for the end of the competition and be on the 7.12-unlocked. The legal action is excluded.

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