Classic Sterling Silver Balls shine bright in Beblue Jewelry

 

Classic Sterling Silver Balls shine bright in Beblue Jewelry

Beblue Jewelry, designed and made in Montreal by Ambre Cadoux, is one of Bija Bijoux’s favourite new lines discovered in 2013.  Since picking up the line, we have been tremendously impressed by the quality and timeless beauty that Ambre Cadoux’s jewellery brings to our showcases. Classic sterling silver balls form the foundation from which her line is built around. Ambre Cadoux updates these timeless classics by using various design features, such as the addition of tahiti pearls in the classic sterling silver ball bracelet, to create a modernized take on a classic look. Other designs, such as the Beblue Glittering Freshwater Pearl Bracelet, take a bracelet classic such as a simple white strand of pearls, and add on a delightful hint of sparkle to give it some modernized charm. This makes it appealing to those who want a less traditional feel, but adore the sophistication and timelessness of the classic white pearl bracelet.

With all the classic charm and beauty that Beblue’s Ambre Cadoux brings to the jewellery-loving population of Canada, you might be asking, who IS Ambre Cadoux? As a young girl, Ambre spent many hours in the back of a jewellery shop owned by friends of her family located in the fashionable Parisian Marais district. Born into a family which valued art and included both jewelers and artistic photographers, Ambre had the innate and cultivated talent of selecting at first sight just the right stone or precise model that was sure to please the discriminating and connoisseur customer. In exchange, her jeweler friends were delighted to teach her the secrets and tricks of the trade.

Eventually, Ambre moved to Montreal, where she started her own jewellery line in 2009. Her mission is to create jewellery with fine, high-end materials skillfully combined with elegance and originality, has definitely materialized. Her designs feature Tahitian pearls, freshwater pearls, shell pearls, and natural gemstones that are enhanced by the use of crystals, sterling silver, and satin cords. Ambre personally selects every pearl and gemstone to ensure her clients delight in them as much as she did when choosing them. This standard of care is every-present in her warranty policy. Beblue jewelry offers a six-month warranty repair service. Should your jewellery need repair within six months of purchase, it is covered under warranty if proof of purchase is produced. After that, Beblue continues to offer after-warranty repair service, with standard industry labour charges applying.

Staying true to her ideals about fantastic product quality and unwavering dedication to customer service, Ambre Cadoux has compiled the ideal checklist of things be aware of when maintaining your Beblue (and all!) jewelry:

How to keep your sterling silver jewelry from tarnishing:

  • Be sure to remove all sterling silver jewelry before applying beauty products such as hairspray, perfume, make-up, creams and lotions.
  • Don’t wear your jewelry in the bath, in the shower, or at a spa. Silver, pearls, crystals, and semi-precious stones can be damaged by chlorine and other minerals found in the water.
  • Silver jewelry that is not worn regularly should be stored in small, resealable plastic or fabric bags to minimize exposure to moisture and oxygen
  • This will also protect your jewelry from being scratched by other items in your jewelry box
  • The best way to keep you jewelry from tarnishing is to wear it regularly!

There you have it, the ultimate commands for silver-lovers to keep their jewellery looking like new!

Beblue jewelry is available online at bija-bijoux.com as well as in-store. If you have any questions, would like to find out about custom options, or are interesting in placing a special order for a piece of Beblue jewelry that you don’t see here, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to oblige! At Bija Bijoux, it is our pleasure help you find exactly what you’re looking for.

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