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Stone: a mostly colorless precious stone.
History: The diamond symbolizes the purity and brilliance of love in all its perfection.
Each diamond is unique, and its value is determined by four characteristics: weight, purity, color and size.
Origin: South Africa.
Stone: a fine gemstone with colors ranging from light blue (Sky Blue) to dark blue (London Topaz Blue).
History: Topaz is mentioned during antiquity for amulets. The Egyptians believed they had powers of invincibility.
Stone: a fine gemstone with a soft pink color.
History: The stone of love, pink quartz has always maintained an intimate relationship with the heart. It brings calm, tenderness and delicateness.
Stone: a fine gemstone, smoked quartz contains several shades of brown, gray and black. The crystal is rarely the same color, the shades are divided in parallel bands on its faces.
History: Quartz takes its name from the ancient Greek word "krustallos", which means ice, referring to the belief that quartz is ice formed by the gods.
Stone: variety of quartz with a brilliant green hue.
History: Known since antiquity, prasiolite or green quartz, was highly appreciated for its ornamental qualities. More recently, it regained popularity during the Art Deco period, used extensively in decoration and jewelry. Origin: Brazil.
Stone: An opaque ornamental stone, turquoise is reminiscent of the sea.
History: One of the oldest gems, it was a symbol of luck in ancient Egypt. The turquoise stones in our collections have been selected for their intense color, which captures the more "real" turquoise blue than green.
Origin: Arizona, United States.
Stone: An opaque ornamental stone, dark blue in color. Its shades evoke a starry sky.
History: For over 6,500 years, lapis lazuli has been associated with sacredness and royalty. It was used for its healing medicinal purposes. The lapis lazuli in our collection have been selected for their deep blue color with magnificent nuances of golden pyrites.
Origin: Afghanistan, the historical region of lapis lazuli known for its exceptional quality.
Stone: A pink milky ornamental stone, which evokes the softness and nuances of the skin.
History: During the Roman Empire, pink opal was used as a talisman to bring joy and beauty. The pink opals of the collection have been selected for their translucence, creating a unifying skin-to-skin effect. Origin: Peru.
Stone: Garnets are hard stones whose color can vary under natural light or artificial light. The color of this variety comes in shades ranging from purple to pinkish red.
History: The garnet takes its name from the Latin "granatium" which means pomegranate, referring to the bright red color of the pomegranate fruit. Since ancient Egyptian times, pharaohs’ necklaces have been set with garnets.
The garnet is one of the most prevalent gemstones since its origins.