Bay Area Jewelry Designer “Pom” Gives Holiday 2010 a Brilliant Touch

Heading into Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday shopping and event season, there are myriad options for jewelry at the large retailers.

However, the pieces found are all too often “what everyone already has.” For Holiday 2010, it is a great goal to seek more customized jewelry designers: Ones that are local, deliver a hand-crafted appeal to their pieces and offer greater quality. This makes all the difference for your holiday look and also for gift giving that is personalized.

Unique Local Jewelry Designs: A Rare Find for the Holidays

Should you be near the Tri-Valley in the Bay Area, you can discover Pom. On Saturday Nov. 20th as there will be a special 2010 Holiday Trunk Show taking place from 10am to 2pm at the Studio Seven Arts gallery, at 400 Main Street in Pleasanton.

Pom is a local jeweler who has been based in the Bay Area for many years.  His work truly stands out considering your desire to be distinctive and colorful. Pom’s pieces feature both classic and fashion-forward looks, delivering brilliant designs with high-quality semi-precious stones at their foundation.

Pom is from Thailand, he keeps an understated identity, concentrating more so on his work. But his necklaces, earrings are anything but low profile. They are tasteful, unique and sparkle when worn. So be sure and catch him at the Studio Seven Arts Gallery this  Saturday, discussing his most recent pieces and everything that goes into his designs and the craft.

Pom’s necklaces are designed to fit both a classic look or just as easily for chic trends. Pieces are available in all lengths, from chokers to fashion trend lengths, that can be worn both extra long (40”) or doubled around the neck for a more dramatic look.

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