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  1. Meteorite ring

    CHF690.00
    Meteorite ring
    CHF690.00

    A beautiful ring cut in a meteorite.

    Ref. 000.

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  2. Diamond stud earrings "4 claws" gold 750 with two diamonds brilliant cut of 0.06ct each, total 0.12ct H SI.





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  3. A beautiful pair of lemon quartz earrings, briolette-cut gold 750.

    Delivery Time: 4 to 6 business days for Switzerland.

    Our jewelry comes with a certificate made by a Graduate Gemologist.

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  4. A beautiful pair of blue topaz earrings, briolette-cut gold 750.

    Delivery Time: 4 to 6 business days for Switzerland.

    Our jewelry comes with a certificate made by a Graduate Gemologist.

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  5. A beautiful pair of citrine earrings, briolette-cut and 6 diamonds, brilliant cut 0.07ct H SI gold 750.

    Delivery Time: 4 to 6 business days for Switzerland.

    Our jewelry comes with a certificate made by a Graduate Gemologist.

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  6. A beautiful pair of lemon quartz earrings, briolette-cut and 6 diamonds, brilliant cut 0.07ct H SI gold 750.

    Delivery Time: 4 to 6 business days for Switzerland.

    Our jewelry comes with a certificate made by a Graduate Gemologist.

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  7. A beautiful pair of blue topaz earrings, briolette-cut and 6 diamonds, brilliant cut 0.07ct H SI gold 750.

    All our jewelry is made in Switzerland in Lausanne in order to guarantee the best quality. Our company applies the principles of ethics and transparency.

    Ref BOTopBleudiams

     

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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.