Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Help.......

One of our new pieces for 2010 is ready to be launched, it's the stunning "NEW MIA". A little smaller than MIA and bigger than the  KATE pendant. Already proving to be a very popular piece as we've shown clients at fairs and expos in the past month.
We haven't been able to decide on a name, so we're going to leave it to our wonderful loyal clients, who make our job such a pleasure to contribute! It's your chance to win a hand stamped MIA pendant  and silver large ball chain valued at $210 customised especially for you by simply suggesting a name and leaving it in the comments section here. You can also let us know why you think it would be a great name.
Pop your entry in the comments box here and the comp closes 8pm Wednesday 19th August 2010, winner will be announced on Friday. If you don't have a Google ID just leave it as anonymous and your contact details.
Here is an image with the KATE, "New MIA" and the MIA pendant just to give you an idea of size

129 comments:

  1. i love the name "RUBY" - as it is a precious little 'gem' that would make you smile.....also as it is my daughter's name. i get a beautiful reaction when people ask what her name is
    Ailsa Shea (fan on Facebook)

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  2. "Itsy"

    melissawendy73@gmail.com

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  3. What about Tia ??

    Judy morley (fb fan)

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  4. Minnie

    wozsam@dodo.com.au

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  5. 'Miss Mia', 'Princess Mia', 'Mini Mia'
    Ps. Love the design!
    Kimberly Walmsley FB fan :)
    kimberlywalmsley@me.com

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  6. Hi
    I think you should call it EMILY - it means to strive, excel or rival
    To Strive - by creating a new product as part of your ongoing range you continue to strive in meeting and excelling your customers needs -your new Mia or EMILY piece is a rival to your other pieces but in essence is a part of the overall Koolaman product family - it hopes to stand on its own feet being attractive due to its differentiating features but is aligned with the overall theme of the other products in the range

    Plus it sounds nice and aligns with the other names you have chosen such as MIA and ELIZA - all beautiful soft names to reflect the distinguishing features of each piece.

    Sheena (FB FAN and lover of beautiful pieces)

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  7. What about 'Mika' as it's a combination of Mia and Kate.

    Sally
    sal@dmaksolutions.com.au

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  8. I love Ninka - this is the name of a new friend, a beautiful and talented girl ♥

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  9. Asha.
    short but sweet
    maybe even a bit exotic.
    little bit different, like your jewellery

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  10. 'Chloe' I think it's a beautiful feminine mid size name. It also has an 'O' sound which reminds me it's a circular pendant. Lol bit daggy I know but that's how I remember things.

    Lian Murphy ( FB fan) lsmurphy@iinet.net.au

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  11. It screams out the name 'Elle' to me. So pretty and femine!

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  12. I love the name 'Lorelei'

    It's such a gorgeous name <3

    mokys@iinet.net.au

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  13. I'm a fan of Ruby also.. meaning precious gem and my daughters name.. or even Alice (her second name) as it a very girlie name.

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  14. My mums name is VICTORY.... she waz born on Rememberence day..the day the war ended.She hates the name but I luv it.... she is 91 yrs young.... so mayb VICKI for short
    Debbie Murray FB...muzz137@optusnet.com.au

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  15. I think the name should start with "L" as it is the letter between K (Kate) and M (Mia)and the new "Mia" is inbetween both of these. I found these two names from 'the complete book of baby names' by Bruce Lansky and think they have wonderful meanings for such a beautiful pendant.

    Leilani - Hawaiian for heavenly child

    Latika - Hindi for elegant

    Vanessa Hewitt (FB fan)
    nesshew@hotmail.com

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  16. I had a friend who was the middle child of three girls and her name was Messina.It is Latin for the middle child. I think it's rather apt.

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  17. I think it would suit the name Bella - meaning beautiful...seems quite fitting for one of your stunning designs!

    Nic xxx

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  18. After reading through all the other names of your pieces, I think my daughters middle name would suit in there as well - Grace.

    Nic xxx

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  19. SIENNA - it has always been a favourite of mine. It is a pretty name and also a elegant one- exactly like this stunning necklace.
    Absolutely love ur work.

    Another favoutie of mine is also LILY

    Jenni Mittra
    jen.mittra@hotmail.com
    Facebook Fan

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  20. Belle - French for Beautiful, petite & Graceful
    Belinda Eyers (FB Fan)
    bellemark2@optusnet.com.au

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  21. Amelia. It's a very flowy, feminine and elegant name, very fitting for the piece.

    keoghjess@hotmail.com

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  22. I love the name Piper. Its uncommon but not unusual and it has a lyrical feel. Its also my eldest daughters name and people often say what a beautiful name, suits our beautiful girl, and suits your beautiful piece : )

    Jessica Tibbits (Facebook Fan)

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  23. My beautiful daughter's name is SIENNA and I think it would be perfect for your necklace. She is the most precious little princess, with a very gorgeous name, perfect for her and your necklace.

    Sheridan Warren (FB fan)
    nevawaz@westnet.com.au

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  24. I think Bella would be perfect plus its my daughter name and it means beautiful in Italian
    Jo Sculli (FB Fan)
    sculli_smoothy@hotmail.com

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  25. Hi Girls, I think the name Annie is an enchanting, pretty and feminine name. It was the name I had chosen for the daughter I never had!!!!
    Gabby
    gabandsimmo@hotmail.com

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  26. The 'Ava'. In memory of Ava Rosemeyer, who on the 22nd of this month was to turn 7, but tragically passed away in February 2007.

    The annual Ava Tea Party launches officially this month with proceeds from some very special designers being donated to Paradise Kids a wonderful support organisiation for grieving families. www.avasteaparty.com

    You can read about Ava, her gorgeous Mumma Sheye (a dear friend of mine) at www.sheyerosemeyerphotography.com/blog/ and on her memorial site http://avarosemeyer.memory-of.com/About.aspx

    Ava is such a beauty-full name anyway, but in honour of such a treasured little girl it makes it all the more special!

    Lea
    lea_forbes@yahoo.com.au

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  27. Maetika as it is an anagram of Kate and Mia
    client and fb fan : Emma
    timbalou@aapt.net.au

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  28. I think the name "Charlotte" would suit perfectly. The name Charlotte means "little/tiny" and "womanly/feminine" and would tie in well with the other names in your collection.

    Another wonderful giveaway girls, well done : )

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  29. such lovely names suggested with beautiful meanings but of course, like most Mum's would, I will suggest my eldest daughters name, 'Claire', meaning clear and bright.

    Have fun choosing! I'm sure the end name will jump out at you when you read it.

    Natalie

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  30. I like the name ♥ LIANA ♥ which happens to be my little girls name. I like the fact that L is between K for KATE and M for MIA and that the meaning of Liana is "youthful" (little MIA) and "to twine around" like the beautiful circular pendant family this is! Keep up the good work girls ♥

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  31. I really like the idea of having a name that starts with the letter 'L' too as it is in between 'K' and 'M', however I suggest the name LUCY as it is a short name like Mia & Kate and it is also very feminine. It is also my best friends name, an honour to her!

    Kirsty Macdonald - fb fan

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  32. Hi there I have one of your gorgeous pieces with my 3 childrens names on it and LOVE it! I think you should call your new piece GRIFFIN (its my sons name) and I think you need a male name, there are lots of boy mummies out there maybe it could be one for them?? just a thought

    Love your Stuff

    Karen Smith

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  33. Fiona - trixiebull@hotmail.comAugust 11, 2010 at 8:40 AM

    My husband has always called me 'Trixie'. He's a big bold farmer and when I first asked him why he said it was because 'Trixie' was the name of his first pony!!!! He said he loved that horse like nothing else on earth. I guess that makes it a very special name indeed :)

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  34. Alara it means ruler of all.
    client and fb fan : Melodi
    melodi01@optusnet.com.au

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  35. Rachel - warwickeletty@yahoo.com.au

    Alysia - means Captivating

    Which I think is a very appropriate name for all your work ;)

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  36. I think "Lola" is a sweet name. This is in fitting with the K, L, M, theme that seems appropriate. Lola is a fun name for a fun special piece.

    Kelly Parker...
    kellyparker@hotmail.com

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  37. Tania - tanpool@aanet.com.au

    What about "Lacey" a combination of Stacey and Lisa??

    It is a pretty name as well.

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  38. What about Jessie. An Australian classic. Just like your beautiful work!
    maandjt@bigpond.net.au

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  39. what about Sophia/Sofia this means wisdom

    love all your work

    willamay80@gmail.com
    Phyllis
    FB Fan

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  40. I had originally said SIENNA an LILY but I would also like to add ELLA
    Jen.Mittra@hotmail.com
    Jenni Mittra - facebook Fan

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  41. I like the name Nikita. :-)

    colandpaula@hotmail.com

    Paula Shepherd-facebook fan

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  42. How about Saskia!
    bit different but not tooo out there...

    going to name my bubs due in the next few weeks.
    Love your work guys, thanks for the opportunity!
    Jacqui Mahoney
    mahoney@internode.on.net

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  43. How about Aimee? It means beloved and love, which is what we all think about our Koolaman Designs.

    kelly@willonet.id.au
    Kelly Williamson - Facebook Fan

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  44. I have the Kate necklace & love it! I would like to suggest Faith as this is mine & my daughter Pypers middle name, & fitting for your new addition as it is in the middle!!!!

    Larissa Cross (FB FAn).

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  45. How about "Bub" or "Baby"? - seeing as it's a baby version of "Mia" and your pendants are the best gift for a new mum!!

    lizleigh@y7mail.com
    Liz Leigh - facebook fan

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  46. How about "Isla"? Such a beautiful name.
    Christie
    crazga@hotmail.com

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  47. What about my beautiful Angels name "Sage " its such a special name !
    Thanks love what you girls do .
    Kirsty x
    ksk@impulse.net.au

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  48. My suggestions are Layla, such a special and fun name! (my 8 year old daughters name) and Eve. Both names are simple and elegant!!

    Lisa
    west36@dodo.com.au

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  49. 'Annabel' would be perfect.
    A combination of grace and beauty which is excatly the combination of 'Kate' and 'Mia'.

    Love all you pieces.
    Kylie
    bambeybrown@yahoo.com.au
    FB fan

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  50. 'Holly' short and sweet just like the names you have for you other pieces. And perfect name for the gift many would LOVE for Christmas!

    Natasha (FB fan)
    tash@insideoutback.com.au

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  51. My wife has been dropping hints for a piece of your work, and since it is her birthday soon I looked up your website and came across this comp.

    What about 'Libby' - how good would it be to give my wife a gift named after her.

    Our daughters name is Mia.

    Cheers
    sying23@gmail.com

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  52. What about Lacy, I agreee with an earlier comment that an L name as it is inbetween Kate and Mia, and after its two creators.

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  53. Just noticed L, b/w K and M was suggested - that was my thought too! But I was going for Layla means 'dark beauty', but also the name of my youngest baby girl!

    nicmitchell@netspace.net.au

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  54. To add to the 'Aimee' I voted on before, what about 'Star'. Isn't that what Koolaman Designs are for winning the 2010 Mumprenuer Award???
    I have asked my hubby to buy me the 'Mia' Pendant for my birthday in a couple of weeks as I love it and it will fit my 4 kids names.


    Kelly@willonet.id.au
    Kelly Williamson - Facebook Fan

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  55. "Lucy" would be my suggestion!

    Wendy Bartleman
    groganwendy@hotmail.com

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  56. Audrey - classic name for classic pendant

    Kerryn Giorgianni
    mkgiorgianni@bigpond.com
    facebook fan

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  57. just like Kelly. W, i was thinking 'Amie' (just with different spelling) would be a sweet name to go alongside the Kate and Mia pendants. Amie does mean beloved which is why we wear your your beautiful pendants - to carry our loved ones with us.
    Good luck with the decision-making!
    melis crone
    meliscrone@bigpond.com

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  58. Jemima - little dove, one of Jobs 3 beautiful daughters from the Old Testament.
    mcspray@exemail.com.au

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  59. I like "Lily" I think it goes very well with the other pieces of jewellary... simple and elegant! ... and its my little girls middle name!
    Melinda Forbes (facebook follower)
    melindaforbes_587@hotmail.com

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  60. "Hope" or "Faith" as it will be something you will have with you all the time and you will be wearing it close to your heart. Plus "Hope" is my daughters middle name, and I think it is something meaningful.
    Gorgeous pieces by the way, makes it so hard to choose!

    Sonia Dichiera ( FB Fan)
    nsdich@bigpond.com

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  61. Aylah
    Ava


    That will do me.....
    Natasha Kidner on FB

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  62. My niece "Inez" is a character and precious like the unique sterling silver you create.
    I love wearing mine!!!

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  63. My niece "Inez" is a character and precious like the unique sterling silver you create. I love wearing mine!!!
    Fleur
    stanbridgestation@bigpond.com
    Ps know this is a repeat but forgot to put my details on the blog just posted sorry!!!!

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  64. I Love it!

    Taylah, just shouts creativity to me which you guys are! Love wearing my pendants!

    Nita McGrath fan on FB
    bradnita@gmail.com

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  65. I think "BAMBINO" would be a great name for your new product!!

    Mel Carney fan on FB
    meljc68@hotmail.com

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  66. I think you should call your new piece 'Willow'. I have a freind with a beautiful petite little girl called Willow, she is just gorgeous, just like your new pendant.

    I think Willow would fit in well with your other beautiful pieces.
    Tarryn Plant (Facebook fan)
    splant3@bigpond.com

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  67. Wow! There are so many fabulous suggestions...however 'Penelope' would be my pick after my beautiful baby doll Penelope Olive.

    Love your work girls, just too many gorgeous pieces to choose from! Will make my mind up soon!? :)

    boschettinorth@bigpond.com

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  68. Amelia - meaning work of the Lord, striving, beloved,
    Love your work.
    FB fan
    Connie
    chigygirl77@gmail.com

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  69. Hi, I asked my 3 year son what would be a pretty name (as I have no daughters) and he likes the name Ava (one of his friends names). I also like the combination of Ava Lillie

    Erin
    FB fan
    huntob@hotmail.com

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  70. Abbey - as well as being a beautiful name (and my daughter's), this would make it come up as the first in the list when listed alphabetically, as on your site!
    melanie@foundationqa.com

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  71. (sorry, re-posting my suggestion as I forgot to add something)...
    Abbey - as well as being a beautiful name (and my daughter's), this would make it come up as the first in the list when listed alphabetically, as on your site!
    You could also spell it Abby or Abbie if you prefer.
    melanie@foundationqa.com

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  72. I think Mia needs a little brother so how about Max...
    Hannah
    FB Fan
    h.pickett@live.com

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  73. Tatamia .. Tata is sometimes used for "baby girl" in Italian .. and since it is a smaller version of Mia - Tatamia for your beautiful collection.

    Barbara
    barbvet_k@hotmail.com

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  74. Hi,
    What about Mikaili.....I believe it's South African and it's meaning is 'beautiful flower'.
    It's also the name of my niece!!
    Good luck.
    Simone Mitchell

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  75. beautiful as that is what it is

    Lia

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  76. Ivy - Simple and elegant like the pendant

    mkgiorgianni@bigpond.com

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  77. What about calling it your "Autumn Collection"
    From a bias mum with a gorgeous baby girl called Autumn.

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  78. "Poppy" such a sweet, cheerful and uplifting name, which makes you want to smile - which is how one would feel wearing such a beautiful, sentimental piece of jewellery!

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  79. How about the name Darcy... a "classic" unisex name, and also a pendant that could be worn by either sex??

    kyliebrand@iinet.net.au

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  80. Given that all of your other beautiful pieces have such timeless names what about Harriet, my beautiful 41/2 yr olds name and also the name of a great aunt of my mother.

    Nicole at altona7@bigpond.com

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  81. I love this one.. My daughter would like nothing else then to see her name and date of birth on this baby.. So LIANA would be the new piece... Liana- Unique yet a little sophisticated.....

    Kez @ Kcapp70@hotmail.com

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  82. The first thing that came to mind was "Infinity".

    Infinate obviously meaning endless... this name suits this design due to it's endless beauty and shape.

    I love this piece and would love showing it off with my children's names on it resembling infinate love I have for them.
    :)
    Glenda
    rgbray@optusnet.com.au

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  83. Name it AYN , it means precious in Eygiptain, just like this necklace is precious :)

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  84. or you could plain name is precious :)

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  85. Lucy. Don't know why, just like it! :)

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  86. Yet another lovely necklace by you guys!
    Could I suggest

    MARLEE.

    Just because its my little girls name. :)


    Kimberley
    julianlk1@hotmail.com

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  87. My suggestion is "Grace", simple, elegant, unforgetable.
    I have my koolaman design necklace and love it, and get so many comments on it. Keep up the great work. Cheers.
    FB FAN tgr83627@bigpond.net.au

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  88. after reading your post Lola just popped into my head. it's just so darn cute, like the pendant ♥

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  90. What about 'Posie'??

    Old fashioned and sweet - beautiful name for a beautiful necklace.

    (tikiwalsh@gmail.com).

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  91. woah... so many great suggestions here! i hope i haven't suggested something someone else has, cause i kinda started skimming towards the end!

    my suggestion is "summer". fun and fresh. it's also my daughter's name {suggested by dear nan}.

    if not summer, i do like the thought behind mika, between mia and kate. that's cool.

    xx

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  92. I love "Gracie" Just a beautiful name and I think the new pendant needs it's own identity :)And it has a bit of spunk to it...as do all your pendants...I love my Mia and people comment on it ALL the time!

    Jo Brown (facebook friend)

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  93. I think Tinkerbell would suit nicely.

    Facebook Fan
    Caitlin Coady

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  94. Le Milieu means middle in french or mezzo means middle in Italian.

    One of my favourite name is Latoya (Lah-toy-a)

    Have fun deciding on one name.

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  95. I think it should be called Lucy.
    Kate (K)
    Lucy (L)
    Mia (M)
    And to me KLM relates well to KooLaMan :-)

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  96. It's a lovely piece of jewellery, I think the name "Tiffany" seems appropiate for it.

    Cheers,
    Sharelle Arnold
    (Facebook Fan)

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  97. My suggestions

    Millie, Maya or I love Isla!

    Jacqui
    grubjacq@gmail.com

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  98. My suggestion is 'Billie'. This is my second daughter's beautiful name which is as special and individual as she is ... she also happens to be my middle child! ♥

    lisa@wimbles.com.au

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  99. How about the "Maggie", inspired by "Magnolia Square"

    Leanne Sutton - FB fan
    lsutton@esc.net.au

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  100. The name Zoe would would be great because it's short & sweet, just like Mia. It also means, "light" and is my daughter's name.

    Kate.
    kate_sidey@hotmail.com

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  101. I think the new pendant is beautiful and have always loved the name Lily so that would be my recommendation. Its a beautiful girls name and fits well with the other names in your collection. :O)
    Caroline Curgenven (facebook fan)

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  102. I like Isabella or Ella.

    deejh4@hotmail.com

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  103. I think the name 'Mae' is an ideal combination of Mia and Kate. It shares significance for me also as it is my mother's middle name as well as the middle name of my daughter Lola. An elegant and traditional name too!
    Georgie
    eastaugh@bigpond.net.au

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  104. Hello, another suggestion is 'Finlay'.
    This is my middle daughters name and we love it,
    maybe you will too!!

    donnageddes@optusnet.com.au

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  105. My suggestion is

    LISA

    Its a very pretty name, and the name of my good friend's daughter!

    I agree with the suggestion above with the KLM idea...KooLaMan :)

    pauline_s@hotmail.com

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  106. I like the name Grace. It is simple and stylish like all your jewellery.

    Annie Bartholmaeus
    aj.bart@bigpond.com

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  107. How about Talis, it's my baby boys name but I think it would suit a girl also.
    Fiona
    FB fan
    foani-g@hotmail.com

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  108. What about Adrienne?
    Its different, but not made up.
    Narelle
    FB Fan
    narelle.h@live.com.au

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  109. I thought of Tia (as it is a Tiny version of Mia)..
    The other name i thought of was Mika (as it is smaller than Mia and Bigger than Kate)

    Christine
    christinetoon@hotmail.com

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  110. I really like the idea of having a name that starts with the letter 'L' too as it is in between 'K' and 'M'. I would personally choose the name LOLA. It is my daughters name & I get so many compliments about it.
    Sascha
    Koolaman Customer & FB fan
    sashnscott@hotmail.com

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  111. Anonymous said...
    I really like Leah because it means weary, Alexis because it means defender and I thought Alexis was the best because it sort of means your always protected.
    awilliams1968@bigpond.com

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  112. I was thinking maybe Julie because Julie Nichols is holding an upmarket that bring together talented artists, designers, stylists, craftspeople and gourmets all at one destination. Obviously I like going because you are there!!!

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  113. My email is maddieroxhersox@hotmail.com (sorry forgot to put it in!)

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  114. 'Bonnie' meaning beautiful, and such a sweet name for such a gorgeous pendant.

    I have the Kate, but think this one might just have to be a special upgrade for me one day!

    Emma.

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  115. How about MATILDA or TILLY - meaning battle maiden, strength, mighty in war,

    I have the "KATE" and get so many complements.

    FB Fan
    Connie C - chigygirl77@gmail.com

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  116. I like Kami - a little bit of Kate and a little of Mia. Or you could spell it Cammi.

    Kristy

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  117. I think you should call your new pendant ERIN. We named our daughter Erin, meaning peace. She is round and simply beautiful - bit like your pendant!

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  118. What about Minnie?, female for tiny perhaps? It is a smaller version of Mia so maybe this name would suit:)

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  119. I left a post this arvo, but forgot to add my details!

    My daughters name is strong, feminine and was chosen to also show our love for this beautful country.....her name is Adelaide =o)

    asnebell@y7mail.com

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  120. Lisel

    debisle@hotmail.com

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  121. Hi,
    I would like to suggest "Sabrina".... this is because I have two daughters, Mia & Sabrina.
    Love love love your designs ladies.
    Vicky

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  122. I was wondering if you had decided on a name for your new piece yet, not sure if i missed the announcement on facebook?
    Nic xxx

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  123. Hi Ladies!

    Have you thought of "Gigi" or "Annika"? Or am I too late?

    Kathryn at jk.leary@bigpond.com

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  124. I know I am too late for the comp. "Phoebe" would have been a lovely name for such a beautiful piece. Thats the name of our beautiful little girl.

    Janine

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  125. A very big THANK YOU to everyone who popped their comments down... We've made our decision on what name to give the "new mia" pendant..

    We've opted for a name that we think is fitting for the pendant something, elegant, classic, sophisticated.... AUDREY!

    We had a difficult time choosing, with so many wonderful suggestions, we're going to have work on some new pendants to be able to use some of them.

    Very special mention to the comments for Lacey, we think that's a really special name.

    Thank you!
    Lisa & Stacey xx

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