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…

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Triumph of feeling over calculation
Meanwhile, in fact, Pomellato is a house that became famous for the more budgetary and "daily" class of jewelry pret-a-porter - and suddenly, almost ten years ago, it came up…

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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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Collection - Walking in Paris
Paris Nouvelle Vague, or "New Wave of Paris" - the latest, newest jewelry collection of the illustrious House - is unconditionally inspired by Paris and, just like this city, is…

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resulting minerals

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

Thing - Sacred Monster
To this day, all the collections of Hermes jewelery - the high genre of the Haute Bijouterie and the more casual genre of the Bijouterie - were somehow built, formed…

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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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DECORATIONS WITH DIAMONDS - EVERYTHING THAT YOU DIDN'T KNOW BEFORE JEWELER'S TIPS
Choosing jewelry with precious stones, not knowing their features, is extremely difficult. What do the symbols on the tags mean? How not to buy a fake? How can I check…

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