Today Beadsaholic brings a review of PHYA Jewelry Rice Grain Spacer.
Today sees the debut of PHYA Jewelry new spacer pair the Rice Grain Spacer. A grain of rice is an Asian symbol for abundance, harvest and a life style. For the farmers, an “ear of rice” means wealth and with every harvest it means a new chapter of their lives is soon to begin. The symbolism for rice is rather powerful and lucky.
While I was in Thailand eating out several meals a day, rice was very much a staple in the lives of the Thai people. So many different types of rice are offered at every meal and you can even have a plate of sticky rice with mango for dessert.
PHYA Jewelry Rice Grain Spacer in sterling silver plated in white-gold is such a beautifully detailed crown of rice. This design really stands out with so much texture and oxidation in any composition. Much prettier than the plate of rice I have them sitting on for sure. The Rice Grain Spacer comes as a pair and each spacer measures approximately 10.36 mm high x 5.64 mm wide and weighs 2.7 grams. Each set retails for ฿1100 / $36 / €33.
PHYA Jewelry Rice Grain Spacer also come in beautiful rich gold-plated sterling silver. Exactly the same as above just with a different finish! So, you can have the best of both worlds and really be able to change up your metals. The Rice Grain Spacer comes as a pair and each spacer measures approximately 10.36 mm high x 5.64 mm wide and weighs 2.7 grams. Each set retails for ฿1,250 / $41 / €37.69.
I decided I wanted to create some spring designs with the new spacers and have mixed the Chronicles Spring Ambers with PHYA and I really love how it turned out. I will have a Chronicles Spring Collection Review coming soon 😉
Again, here I mixed Gold PHYA with beautiful pink inner carved Ambers from Chronicles.
I really love the Silver PHYA Rice Grain framing these beautiful flowers. This has been my bracelet yesterday and today as you will see in the wrist shot.
I think you could use the Rice Grain in just about any composition. I went with Spring inspiration, but I could so see using these for fall compositions. Seen here is a Chronicles Amber focal, PHYA silvers and Trollbeads Amethyst.
Here I went with mixed yellow and white gold with the beautiful Carved Chronicles Amber and PHYA Aventurine.
I absolutely love this monochrome design with all PHYA and plan on wearing this tomorrow stacked with some Niwa Bangles.
Overall, these are absolutely beautiful spacers that will add a lot of texture to your bracelets. I love that these come in pairs at an utterly amazing price point which makes them even more attractive.
If you love these spacers as much as I do you will be able to find them today on the PHYA Jewelry Website < click.
As always, I enjoy hearing from you all and would love to hear your thoughts on the new PHYA Spacer? Also, don’t forget to check back for the Chronicles review coming up soon! Leave me a comment below ❤