Jewelry house "Esprit"
Like most French Protestants who had escaped persecution in the time of Louis XIV, William's ancestors were highly skilled artisans — blacksmiths, tanners, and watchmakers. By the middle of the…

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The combination of stones and metals
This is the so-called affinity of bodies and their corresponding metals and minerals. The sun is credited with gold, the moon with silver, and so on. Some stones (diamond, amethyst,…

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The stamp of the Russian "jeweler" - a monopoly?
Thus, the amendments introduced by the draft law imply full exemption from branding of jewelry made for export. It is also proposed to abandon samples on silver products weighing less…

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The most popular jewelry - wedding rings
Jewelry such as gold or silver, like wedding rings, has always symbolized the immortality and eternity of the sacred conjugal union. Especially if the young people got married in church,…

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jewelery became

Signed Jewels

There were several reasons to show this impressive jewelery collection in Venice.

First, this city is closely connected with the fate of the legendary founder of the House: Chanel considered him to be her, very close to her in spirit.

It was Venice, in which it first appeared in August of 1920, that cured Gabriel from suffering after the tragic death of her beloved Arthur (Boy) Capel. Continue reading

Brilliant - a symbol of loyalty to a pair
When I look at my wedding ring, which I call my cocktail ring for my right hand, because the union associated with it resembles a fairy tale now, the thought…

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VARIOUS STYLES IN JEWELRY DECORATIONS - FROM GOTHIC TO GATSBY
The history of jewelry has several millennia. Civilizations were created and perished, the worldview changed, traditions came and went, and with them the styles of jewelry changed. One thing remained…

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Jewelry house "Esprit"
Like most French Protestants who had escaped persecution in the time of Louis XIV, William's ancestors were highly skilled artisans — blacksmiths, tanners, and watchmakers. By the middle of the…

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