THE ART OF JEWELLERY
THE ART OF NATURAL STONE JEWELLERY
The use of natural stone is more and more widespread in jewellery making. Cutting such stones is a real jewellers’ work and requires an unquestionnable expertise and know-how.
Professionals jewellers are specialized in the making of natural stone jewelry in many countries around the world.
WHITE, ROSE, OR YELLOW GOLD JEWELLERY
Gold is one of the most widely used noble metals in natural stone jewellery, agate, amber, or jade among other. The value of the gold depends on the carat weigh, an indicator of the percentage of pure gold in the alloy.
STAINLESS STEEL JEWELLERY
Well appreciated by men, this type of alloy doesn’t get damaged and doesn’t rust. Additionally, it costs less compared to other metals such as gold or silver. Bracelets, rings and watches in stainless steel are easy to find everywhere.
SILVER JEWELLERY FOR WOMEN
Silver and gold are precious metal used frequently to create high quality jewelry. Regular maintenance is needed to maintain and keep their shine.
JEWELLERY MADE OF PRECIOUS STONES: GEMSTONES
Diamonds are among the most prized precious stones utilized in jewelry making. Diamonds are used to create jewelry of great value. The stone can be cut in many different ways in inlaid jewellery for pieces such as rings, solitaires, earrings, etc. Often, this kind of jewellery is custom made to follow the wishes of the customer.
Most emeralds come from Brazil or Colombia. They are extracted and cut according to ethical and fair-trade gemstone guidelines. Emeralds are fascinating. They take us on an imaginary journey of rich and luscious landscapes. Emeralds symbolize life and renewal. They lend themselves well to a strong and full-fledge message of love.
Sapphires are precious stone that exists in many colours. It is a magnificent gemstone famous for its blue variety. The term sapphire comes from the ancient Greek and means ‘stone of blue colour’. In reality, this gemstone can be found in all colours of the spectrum, except for red. A red sapphire is then called a ruby.
WATCHES, WATCHMAKING AND JEWELLERY CREATION OF UNIQUE, CUSTOMIZABLE AND VALUABLE PIECES. A METICULOUS WORK REQUIRING SKILL AND KNOW-HOW
A FEW JEWELLERY TRENDS
Like in the fashion industry, jewellery design is continually evolving: extra-large shells, wild bestiary, mini bags worn like jewels, choker links, among a few available today. Discover the must-have for this season’s designer costume jewellery and add to your outfit a stylish and fashionable touch!
Jewelry designers compete with each other in creative ways to design accessories that are aesthetically pleasing. Indeed, use design as the first criteria when you choose this kind of product. The nature of the material should also play a role in the selection. Jewellery enthusiasts tend to favour materials that are rarely used or often overlooked. In recent years, some of the most fashionable jewellery has been made of material such as ceramics and crystal. Leather and even silicone are also popular with customers. Fashionistas often choose their jewel depending on their originality. What could be more natural than using materials that are maybe not as noble than traditional materials, but confer a unique value to its aesthetic quality.
MEN’S JEWELLERY. THE LATEST MEN’S FASHION TRENDSS
UNUSUAL GIFT IDEAS: A SCENTED JEWEE
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 or textures you use, it’s impossible to keep your favourite fragrance on your skin all day long.
Between perspiration, pollution, other fragrances around you and the pH of your skin, the original fragrance is likely to be altered.
Be careful, fragrant wristbands are not just plastic bracelets supposed to diffuse the vague strawberry or coconut smell we used to love as children.
Scented jewellery looks like real trendy jewellery. The difference is that the jewels have secret compartments in which you can hide a solid scent. Do you want to try it?