Showing posts with label 925 silver. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 925 silver. Show all posts

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Stunning ANGEL WINGS

Stunning ANGEL WINGS on a wonderful 925 Sterling Silver Heart shape Harmony Ball

Angel Wings on Heart Shape Harmony Ball


Stunning ANGEL WINGS on a wonderful 925 Sterling Silver Heart shape Harmony Ball

Angel Wings on Heart Shape Harmony Ball 

available at www.harmonyballpendant.com and www.harmonyball.net.au

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

A Harmony Ball is a Wonderful Christmas Gift

A Harmony Ball necklace makes a wonderful Christmas Gift - a Harmony Ball is a UNIQUE jewellery piece with Meaning.

Every Harmony Ball is HAND CRAFTED by Artisan Silversmiths on the island of Bali in Indonesia - crafted from Genuine 925 Sterling Silver and Genuine Gemstones (on many models).

Harmony Balls are treasured 'KEEPSAKE' jewellery items with special meaning.

Very Affordable with Dozens of designs UNDER $55.00 - here are some examples

available from  

Traditional styles Balinese Harnony Ball
Hinged cage style with Gemstone
Hinged cage style with Pearl
and some Unique Custom design examples;

Mother & Baby on 925 Heart shape Harmony Ball
Large Citrine Gem above Filigree Harmony Ball

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Beware ‘Fake Sterling Silver’ Harmony Balls


Are you really getting Sterling Silver?

As it is with many other items Chinese manufacturers are producing ‘copies’ of Balinese Harmony Ball pendants (and have been for many years now), and the deception is that these copies are NOT made from Sterling Silver – they are merely ‘coated’ with sterling silver. These Harmony Balls are made from Alpaca, a low grade material made from a hotch botch of minerals (often passed off as Sterling Silver) and then coated. These fake sterling silver Harmony Balls are found on all types of sites on the internet, some are big name reputable sites.
Many, but not all these days, are stamped ‘C925’ on the top of the stem where normally on a genuine Balinese Harmony Ball would be set a gemstone. The mark ‘C925’ indicates ‘coated with 925’ BUT no-one else in the world does this or uses such a mark so it is very deceptive, most people assume it means 925 Sterling Silver .....

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