A maid in a small town in India has been paid $30,000 by her employer to give her diamond necklace.A family friend of the maid, who lives in a poor area of Uttar Pradesh state, said she was looking forward to the necklace, which was given to her in August 2016 by her father who had recently moved to the town.A maid named Nalini has lived in the village of Bajaurh for a year and a half, but has onl...
Posted March 08, 2019 06:16:15 Teeth and teeth aren’t just for women; a new Teeth Necklace by Eliza & Adeline has found a new home for a pair of teeth that were originally made for men.
The necklace, which is inspired by a popular YouTube video, has been made for the bride by a company called Eliza&Adeline, according to the shop’s Facebook page.
The jewelry, which can be purchased from Eliza’s Etsy shop, is an eclectic mix of stone, metal and stone pearls, according the shop.
“We wanted something a little bit more classic, something that would complement a little girl’s style, something we could wear to school or work,” Eliza said.
The gemstone, which cost around $4,000, is inspired from the popular YouTube channel Teeth.
The necklace is designed to compliment a girl’s traditional headwear, such as a necklace, a tiara, and a tieless crown, according Eliza.
“It’s a fun little piece that has a little more of a feminine look,” she said.
“It’s more about the jewelry being a little quirky, and it’s a little playful.
The teeth and the hair, that’s the part that really catches the eye.”
For Eliza, the necklace is just the start. “
I’m definitely planning on getting some more jewelry in the future.”
For Eliza, the necklace is just the start.
She said she wants to make more jewelry for the groom.
“Our shop is really dedicated to providing jewelry for all occasions, so I think we’ve been able to bring a little joy and a little smile to the wedding day,” she explained.
“If you want to make something special, and you don’t want to spend the money, I think you can have it at our shop.”
The Teeth Collection has also been featured in the following publications:The New York Post,The Washington Post, and The Daily Mail.