Mother’s Day Gift Ideas
Did you notice ‘Mother’s Day’ is less than two weeks away?Along with the arrival of new season, we have just received the new collections from multiple designers that we would like you to come visit us for the sneak peek!!
You don’t live in NY? Not a problem! You can still purchase our jewelry at our online store.
Noi online store: www.noi-ny.com/store
Be sure and follow us on Facebook, Instergram, or Google+ for more updated information! We started sharing pictures on our Facebook page of our customers wearing our jewelry. It will give you some ideas how it would look like on yourself or her! Check it out!
New Arrivals -pashmina scarves from India-
Limited Time Sales Event: Genuine Pashmina Scarves from India
For a limited time and while supplies last, we now carry limited number of 100% authentic pashmina scarves directly imported from India. These are all handwoven from the rare fibers that are collected from high mountain goats using their throat part only (which results in higher heat retention and ultralight weight), and only those passed the strict quality control tests at the artisans’ studio were delivered to our Lower East Side store. They are incredibly comfortable and great for all seasons and everyday wear, stop by at our store today and try them out yourself!
Also, we added more pieces from some of the most popular collections by Bruml Design and Kimberlin Brown Jewelry to our online store. Many of these are inspired by nature, carrying raw and organic flavor that you can certainly enjoy for everyday wear! They come in materials such as sterling silver, gold, and semiprecious gems. From any new york, the popular bar necklace and studs from the Ripple Series are now available at our online store also, be sure to check them out at our “New Arrivals” section on http://www.noi-ny.com/store/, and please “Like” our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Noi/308290362567202 to receive more updates from us!
Series: Scenes from India part 3
Her picture journal concluded with this picture of the famous Ganges nearby the Himalayas. It looks rather a peaceful and serene scene despite the popular images shown with crowds washing their clothes, bathing, and giving prayers to God. The river is grand enough that it certainly brings all kinds of different scenes which also connect to our different emotional experience. I am very intrigued by the calmness and stillness of the scene.