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Eye miniature jewellery

Eye miniature jewellery

Eye miniature jewellery

Eye miniature jewellery was made in order to preserve the anonymity of a lover or a loved one, just as memorable item, later – decoration. Often with a miniature was kept a lock of hair of beloved one. Such commemorative miniatures were in vogue and became very popular in the 1790 – 1820’s in England, then in France, and Russia. The eyes of lovers were portrayed in jewelry: brooches, rings, bracelets and pendants, on the boxes, and wallets. Most often, these miniatures were made on on ivory.
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Turquoise stone connecting hearts forever

Turquoise stone connecting hearts forever

Turquoise stone connecting hearts forever. Jewelry made of Turquoise

Turquoise – stone connecting hearts forever. No woman can remain indifferent if her loved one gives her a ring with turquoise. And not only because it has long been considered a symbol of love. Turquoise stone – one of the most beautiful among the gems. Its name is tied to the Persian word “Firuz” or “Pirouz”, meaning “stone of happiness” and “victory.” The second name of the stone – Turkus is less poetic, it only signifies that in ancient times it was brought to Europe from Turkey. In Persia believed that this stone formed from the bones of those who died of unrequited love. If a loved one gave you the stone, and after a while the stone became pale, it means that the feelings began to fade.
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Following Bochic rings

Following Bochic rings

Following Bochic rings

Bochic jewelry brand is known for its timeless glamour, filigree, Central Asian and Moorish motifs, in which can be traced elements in common with the armor. A new collection of rings that cover most of the finger or all of the phalanx as a whole, is called Conquistador and, according to official figures, created under the influence of Gaudi’s architectural motifs and patterns of early Art Deco. American designer David Joseph, launched his fine jewelry line Bochic in New York in 2004. Each Bochic design highlights cultural influences around the world. Bochic jewelry rings are made of precious metals and stones – gold, sapphires, diamonds, rubies, etc. Bochic rings are very recognizible by their one-of-a-kind la armour – style and innovative design for brave and stylish souls.
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Sparkling stars Aventurine

Sparkling with stars Aventurine

Sparkling stars Aventurine

Aventurine (from Italian Avventura – Adventure) fine-grained quartz of brown, gray, yellow, red, green and blue colors with sparkling golden shimmer. Sparkling with stars Aventurine has the effect of aventurescence due to the inclusion of small flakes of hematite, goethite or biotite. In the compounds of quartz are flakes that sparkle and play in the sun, bewitching its brilliance. Any color of aventurine inclusions caused by impurities, so if you liked this stone, you can choose the color – yellow, brown, green, red, cherry, blue and even black. Dark Blue Aventurine is called – “The Night of Cairo” because it really looks like a dark blue southern sky, studded with stars.
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Jewellery Theatre high jewellery

Jewellery Theatre high jewellery. Fairy tales

Jewellery Theatre high jewellery. Fairy tales

Jewelry House “Jewellery Theatre”
Organized in 1998 in Moscow, almost immediately, the company announces its entry into the “luxury” market. Everyone familiar with such jewelers as Cartier, Chopard and Tiffany, deservedly consider their decoration the top of jewelry. But not many people know that in Russia there are no less talented jewelers, in particular, “JT – Jewellery Theatre”. Noteworthy, Theatre jewelers work exclusively with precious stones and metals. Among them diamonds, gold, sapphires, emerald, rubies, and more.
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Anti-ageing golden gloves

Anti-ageing golden gloves

Anti-ageing golden gloves

Initially, the gloves were not a luxury, but rather a necessity. They were made from a variety of inexpensive materials and used by shepherds, peasants and soldiers of different times. With the emergence of social classes, gloves came to symbolize the status of their owner. Gloves of kings and the higher clergy were richly decorated with gold, silver, pearls and precious stones. For mere mortals were available only gloves of deerskin, calf and sheep skin. In the XI-th century the gloves have become part of the liturgical ornaments in the Catholic Church. The bishops, for example, wore gloves, knitted from gold threads. Priests of lower rank wore only white gloves, which, in a special papal decree, symbolized purity.
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Fifteen Most expensive dresses

Fifteen Most expensive dresses

Most expensive dresses

Every woman tends to look elegant and stunning. Very often, in order to express their elegance, originality and fine taste, women buy exclusive dresses from the most expensive designers, not regretting about any sums. The creators of dresses, in turn, do not lose time in vain, struggling to create something unique, so that ladies could shine brightest dressed in their creations. Here is the rating of Fifteen Most expensive dresses.
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