10 of the most luxurious jewelry brands
Jewelry is sometimes worn to decorate an outfit, such as a necklace, bracelet, or watch. But it is no secret that they, like clothes, speak about personality, its status and…

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High technology penetrated the jewelry business
Today, decoration can be not only decorative, but functional. Millionaires do not skimp on the purchase of gadgets in gold and in a generous placer of diamonds. USB-drives or flash…

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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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emerald and blue sapphire

Drag-stones

Since ancient times, gems have been human companions. The tradition of honoring precious stones is rooted in ancient Egypt and Rome. The Egyptians decorated themselves with amethysts, emeralds, turquoise, while the Romans preferred diamonds. The Renaissance epoch brought with it a fashion for topaz, sapphires, rubies, romanticism – a flash of interest in a semiprecious stone. Of course, untreated stone is ugly, but often nature itself processes them – with the help of wind, sand, and water. Continue reading

"New Russians": Russian jewelry brands
Since her childhood, Elena Tsvetkova has been stretching to everything beautiful (which is not surprising for the residents of the northern capital). Today, her Jewelry House in St. Petersburg successfully…

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Luz Camino: pencil shavings
One of the most talented and distinctive Spanish jewelry designers Luz Camino and her son Fernando presented their new works at the annual exhibition of designer goods in the luxury…

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Enamel - color decoration
Even in ancient times, metal decorations were decorated with colored enamel and even then they had different uses of the decorative properties of this multi-colored glass mass. The enamel was…

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Drag-stones
Since ancient times, gems have been human companions. The tradition of honoring precious stones is rooted in ancient Egypt and Rome. The Egyptians decorated themselves with amethysts, emeralds, turquoise, while…

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