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  1. Constellation meteorite bracelet.

    A magnificent constellation bracelet cut from a meteorite of 17mm diameter, with its silky cord.

    Discover the depth of the galaxies with the new collection from cœur de planète.

    « Constellation » explores the myths and legends from our starry skies.

    The meteorite elements of our galactical bracelets were born from the stars and then formed within the heart of planets.

    Let us not forget that life on Earth was brought from meteorites and comets.

    A circle of life bracelet.

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  2. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Pegasus, the diameter is 17 mm and 11, black diamonds with a silky cord.

    This constellation owes its name to Pegasus the winged horse of the Greek mythology.

    This is the seventh largest constellation in the sky.

    According to the Greek-Roman poets, he arises to the sky after his birth and serves Zeus, by bringing lightning and thunder over Olympia.

    Symbol of wisdom, the poets seeked inspiration from the sources that flowed from his hooves.

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  3. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Pegasus, the diameter is 17 mm and 11diamonds with a silky cord.

    This constellation owes its name to Pegasus the winged horse of the Greek mythology.

    This is the seventh largest constellation in the sky.

    According to the Greek-Roman poets, he arises to the sky after his birth and serves Zeus, by bringing lightning and thunder over Olympia.

    Symbol of wisdom, the poets seeked inspiration from the sources that flowed from his hooves.

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  4. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Dragon, the diameter is 17 mm and 12, black diamonds with a silky cord

    From its reptilian apearance, the dragon is intimately linked to earth. However, he detaches himself from the earthly world with his capacity of flying, which distinguishes him from the crawlers.

    The Dragon is one of 88 constellations in the sky, the 8th biggest by size.

    Symbol of life and strength in China, protector of Indonesia, protector of treasures in ancient Greece but also a malefic kidnapper of princesses in medieval Europe. 

    The dragon is the guardian of treasures such as the Golden Fleece or of the golden apples that Hercules had to fight for.

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  5. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Dragon, the diameter is 17 mm and 12 diamonds with a silky cord

    From its reptilian appearance, the dragon is intimately linked to earth. However, he detaches himself from the earthly world with his capacity of flying, which distinguishes him from the crawlers.

    The Dragon is one of 88 constellations in the sky, the 8th biggest by size.

    Symbol of life and strength in China, protector of Indonesia, protector of treasures in ancient Greece but also a malefic kidnapper of princesses in medieval Europe. 

    The dragon is the guardian of treasures such as the Golden Fleece or of the golden apples that Hercules had to fight for.

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  6. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Sirius, the diameter is 17 mm and 9, black diamonds with a silky cord

    Sirius, the brightest star of the « greater dog » constellation, is also the brightest star of the celestial sky after the sun.  It is also the 6th closest star to the Solar System.

    The Dogons, native people of Mali, accorded a great importance to this double solar system.

    It seems astonishing that the Dogons, without modern astronomical means, had the knowledge of the existence of Sirius B, including its orbital parameters.

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  7. A beautiful meteorite constellation bracelet Sirius, the diameter is 17 mm and 9, diamonds with a silky cord

    Sirius, the brightest star of the « greater dog » constellation, is also the brightest star of the celestial sky after the sun.  It is also the 6th closest star to the Solar System.

    The Dogons, native people of Mali, accorded a great importance to this double solar system.

    It seems astonishing that the Dogons, without modern astronomical means, had the knowledge of the existence of Sirius B, including its orbital parameters.

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  8. Constellation meteorite bracelet.

    A magnificent constellation bracelet cut from a meteorite of 17mm diameter, with its silky cord.

    Discover the depth of the galaxies with the new collection from cœur de planète.

    « Constellation » explores the myths and legends from our starry skies.

    The meteorite elements of our galactical bracelets were born from the stars and then formed within the heart of planets.

    Let us not forget that life on Earth was brought from meteorites and comets.

    A circle of life bracelet.

    Ref 2.5.0.000

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  9. Constellation meteorite bracelet.

    A magnificent constellation bracelet cut from a meteorite of 17mm diameter, with its silky cord.

    Discover the depth of the galaxies with the new collection from cœur de planète.

    « Constellation » explores the myths and legends from our starry skies.

    The meteorite elements of our galactical bracelets were born from the stars and then formed within the heart of planets.

    Let us not forget that life on Earth was brought from meteorites and comets.

    A circle of life bracelet.

    Ref 2.5.0.000

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