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Hinerava's Tahitian Jewelry Fall Collection Now Available on Paul Gauguin Cruises

Nov. 25th, 2013 | Comments 0 | Make a Comment   
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Ladies, if you’re going to be sailing through Tahiti, French Polynesia and Southeast Asia, you know you’re going to want some new jewelry to both showcase while on your exotic travels and to bring back home to make your friends jealous. Now available on Paul Gauguin Cruises' ship The Gauguin at La Boutique shop, is Hinerava’s fall collection of Tahitian pearl jewelry from designer Kelly Hinerava Bailey.


Showcasing a line of fresh and contemporary combinations, the collection includes rare colors of Tahitian pearls as well as beautiful gems in her one-of-a-kind signature ‘island-chic’ designs. Inspired by fall shades as well as irregular and natural beauty, the organic diamond-slice and baroque pearl jewelry will feature necklaces, rings, bangles and earrings.


A favorite of her necklaces is a lariat piece made from rare baroque pearls and designed with black diamonds against the pearls. If you prefer arm décor, Hinerava’s bangles include a diamond bezel moonstone and aqua Tahitian pearl set in yellow gold, a copper diamond slice and chocolate Tahitian pearl set in rose gold, and a pave diamond and peacock Tahitian pearl set in yellow gold.


The collection also boasts canary diamond slices set with golden Tahitian pearls in 18K yellow gold that pair with matching earrings and rings.

The m/s Paul Gauguin visits small ports that larger ships can't reach and offers spacious suites and staterooms with over 70 percent of them offering private balconies. Open-dining venues, a spa, watersports and five-star service are all part of the Gauguin experience.

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