Yediah Eden Bracelet - White freshwater pearls
Sterling silver bracelet with white freshwater pearls
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- UK - £2.00
- International - £3.50
Yediah, meaning 'God is my Salvation' in Hebrew, is a collection that represents Miriam’s Christian faith. The figure of 8 shaped swirl represents eternity and the hope of Jesus Christ. This delicate jewellery set will bring real elegance to any outfit.
Featuring white freshwater cultured pearls, the Yediah bracelet measures 7.5 inches long by 0.25 inches wide. The Yediah design is also available as earrings and a necklace to create a matching set.
Sterling silver is the most popular of the world’s silver alloys. Made up of 92.5% silver combined with copper and other metals, sterling silver is a beautiful bright white colour, durable and hardwearing.
Probably the most loved gems, pearls occur in a wide variety of colours. Cultured pearls are created through the deliberate insertion of a bead or piece of tissue that the mollusc coats with nacre. Over time the irritation of the bead causes the mollusc to secrete more coating. This coating then grows in size to form a pearl.
Pearls are the birthstone for the month of June and the gem of the third and thirtieth anniversaries.
(Gemstone information from GIA Encyclopaedia)
Meet the Maker
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Psalm 13:5 “But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation.”
Miriam Markham is a new and innovative British jewellery brand providing individual, delicate jewellery.
Founder and CEO, Miriam Markham, was surrounded by diverse culture and design from an early age. She was born in England but grew up in Malawi, Bangladesh, and Kenya, and spent much of her childhood travelling throughout East Africa and South-East Asia. Miriam was drawn to the way that the artists she encountered incorporated their values and experiences into their work - an element which has become an influential force in her jewellery design process. A decisive moment during an art class with a Bengali mask-maker set her on a path of creative experimentation, but it was during her art degree in 2011 that she started designing and making jewellery. After several years of development Miriam started up the company based in her home in West Sussex in 2017.
Each collection of jewellery is inspired by different aspects of Miriam's life. Miriam Markham is designed with the intention to give joy to those who own it, and spread love through those who give it.
Miriam Markham is also sold online through Etsy and miriammarkham.com. My jewellery is also sold through Blessings Bridal in Brighton, The Wedding Bridal Studio in Crowborough and Torch Holiday & Retreat Centre.