THE ART OF JEWELLERY
THE ART OF NATURAL STONE JEWELLERY
The use of natural stones is more and more widespread in jewellery making. Shaping such stones is a real goldsmith’s work and requires an undeniable dexterity and know-how.
Professionals have specialized in the creation of natural stone jewelry from several countries around the world.
WHITE, PINK OR YELLOW GOLD JEWELLERY
Gold is one of the most widely used noble metals for the creation of jewellery. Among these are Agate, Amber, Jade. Its value depends on the number of carats, an indicator of the percentage of pure gold in the alloy.
STAINLESS STEEL JEWELLERY
Very appreciated by men, this type of alloy does not get damaged and does not rust, in addition to its lower cost compared to other metals such as gold or silver. You can find bracelets, rings and watches in stainless steel.
SILVER JEWELLERY FOR WOMEN
Silver and gold are materials frequently used to create high quality jewelry. In order to keep their brilliance as long as possible, regular maintenance is necessary.
GEMSTONES: JEWELLERY MADE OF PRECIOUS STONES
Real material which confers to jewels a sometimes priceless value. Used in jewellery since ancient civilizations, gems (and gemmology) have been the subject of real artistic work ever since.
Diamond is one of the most chic materials for creating jewelry. Diamond is used to create jewelry of great value. The stone can be shaped in many ways and inlaid in jewellery such as a ring, a solitaire, earrings…often the creation of this kind of jewellery is made to measure taking into account the desires of the customers.
Coming from Brazil or Colombia, emeralds are extracted and cut according to the process of fair trade of precious stones. The emerald fascinates and takes us on a journey through an imaginary world of rich and lush landscapes. It is a symbol of life and renewal and offers itself to mark a powerful and mature bond of love.
It is a precious stone that exists in many colours. Sapphire is a magnificent gemstone whose blue variety is the best known. Indeed, the term sapphire comes from the ancient Greek and means ‘stone of blue color’ but in reality this gemstone can be of all colors except red. A red sapphire is then called a ruby.
WATCHES, WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLERY: THE CREATION OF UNIQUE, CUSTOMIZABLE AND VALUABLE PIECES. A METICULOUS WORK REQUIRING KNOW-HOW AND TECHNICALITY.
SOME JEWELLERY TRENDS
The jewellery design sector, like that of the fashion industry, is constantly evolving. Flood of XXL shells, wild bestiary to adopt, mini bags worn like jewels, choker links… Discover the costume jewellery of the season’s must-have designers and add a chic and fashionable touch to your outfits! Jewelry designers compete with each other in imagination to design accessories that are aesthetically pleasing. Indeed, design is one of the first criteria of choice for this kind of products. The nature of the materials used also plays a role. Jewellery enthusiasts tend to favour materials that are rarely used or that are often overlooked. In recent years, some of the most fashionable jewellery has been created from materials such as ceramics and crystal. Leather and even silicone are also popular with customers. The originality of the jewel has become an essential factor for fashionista. And what could be more natural than to use materials that are certainly less noble than traditional materials, but which confer added value at the aesthetic level ?..
MEN'S JEWELLERY: WHAT ARE THE MASCULINE TRENDS?
Men are also entitled to their own range of jewellery. Here are some male trends in jewellery.
UNUSUAL GIFT IDEAS: A SCENTED JEWEL
IT'S A NEW TREND IN JEWELLERY THAT CAN BE USED AS AN ORIGINAL GIFT.
Perfume, scented body lotion, body spray, hair mist: no matter how many applications and textures you use, it is impossible to keep your favourite fragrance on your skin all day long.
Especially since between perspiration, pollution, surrounding fragrances and the pH of your skin, the odour is likely to be altered.
Be careful, these are not plastic bracelets that are supposed to diffuse a vague chemical smell of strawberry or coconut, which we loved as children.
No, scented jewellery looks like real trendy jewellery, with the difference that they have a secret compartment in which you can hide a solid scent. So, do you want to try it ?