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  1. Star Diopside ring
    CHF290.00

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  2. A beautifull pair of Tahitian pearls earrings white gold 750. The diameter of the pearls is 9.5 - 10.0mm.

    Ref:PrlBO_B03

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  3. An aquamarine ring

    CHF1,490.00
    An aquamarine ring
    CHF1,490.00

    A beautiful 750 yellow gold ring set with an aquamarine, emerald cut ~12 ct.

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  4. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a smoked quartz, cabochon and diamonds, brilliant cut 0.11ct H SI.

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  5. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a pink quartz, cabochon and diamonds, brilliant cut 0.11ct H SI.

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  6. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a blue topaz, cabochon and diamonds, brilliant cut 0.11ct H SI.

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  7. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a prasiolite, cabochon and diamonds, brilliant cut 0.11ct H SI.

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  8. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a ruby ∼6.00ct and 30 round brilliant diamonds 0.47ct. G VS.

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  9. A beautiful 750 white gold ring set with a turquoise sugar loaf cut and 22 round brilliant cut diamonds 3.00ct FG VS.

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  10. Briolette cut dangle citrine earrings

    Special Price CHF290.00 Regular Price CHF390.00
    Briolette cut dangle citrine earrings
    Special Price CHF290.00 Regular Price CHF390.00

    A beautiful pair of citrine dangle earrings, briolette-cut.

    Total weight of citrine, ~10ct. Length of the chain, 5 cm.


     


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Jewelry
Jewelry consists to highlight a beautiful gemstone on a precious metal mounting. Objects realised take the form of rings solitaires and wedding rings, necklaces, pendants or earrings. The oldest known jewels are approximately 82,000 years old. These discoveries have led researchers to revise their theories on the origin of modern man, knowing that these creations are, with art, sepulchers and the use of pigments, the most conclusive clues of the acquisition of symbolic thinking and modern cognitive abilities.