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14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby

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14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby

14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby. The chain, coin and pendent have all been acid tested and are 14k gold. Necklace is in beautiful condition.
14k gold necklace isreal coin menorah ruby

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold)

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18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold)

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold)
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold). Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. 1 Pear shape, 9X6 mm, Citrine = 1.50 ct. 0.68 in (17.3 mm). 0.24 in (6.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 18K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 18K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 18K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 18K gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL CITRINE (Rose Gold)

14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry

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14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry

14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry
Your announcement bar will show in here. All of our jewelry are handmade from start to finish. Just contact our support team. Checkout safely with peace of mind. 14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry. Welcome to DeluxeGoldJewelry, INFORMATION ABOUT THE PENDANT: Material: 14K Solid Real Gold (NOT Gold Plated and NOT Gold Filled) Hallmark on the back of the pendant is included for certification. Hoop inner dimeter: 4mm Thickness: 0.5mm Pendant Sizes. 0.55 inches / 13.9mm – 0.65 inches / 16.5mm – 0.75 inches / 19.1mm – 0.85 inches / 21.5mm – 0.95 inches / 24.1mm. INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHAIN: – 14K Real Gold – 0.70mm thickness – Spring Ring Clasp Weight per length: 35CM / 13.7 Inches – 0.65 grams 40CM / 15.7 Inches – 0.72 grams 45CM / 17.7 Inches – 0.77 grams 50CM / 19.7 Inches – 0.85 grams. Welcome to DeluxeGoldJewelry, INFORMATION ABOUT THE PENDANT:Material: 14K Solid Real Gold (NOT Gold Plated and NOT Gold Filled)Hallmark on the back of the pendant is included for certification. Hoop inner dimeter: 4mm Thickness: 0.5mmPendant Sizes:- 0.55 inches / 13.9mm- 0.65 inches / 16.5mm- 0.75 inches / 19.1mm- 0.85 inches / 21.5mm- 0.95 inches / 24.1mmINFORMATION ABOUT THE CHAIN:- 14K Real Gold – 0.70mm thickness- Spring Ring ClaspWeight per length:35CM / 13.7 Inches – 0.65 grams40CM / 15.7 Inches – 0.72 grams 45CM / 17.7 Inches – 0.77 grams50CM / 19.7 Inches – 0.85 grams. Birthday, Christmas, day of the dead. Virtual Certification by DGJ. Add a personalized engraving on the back of your pendant. We recommend a maximum of 5 lines with 10-15 characters on each line. We make beautiful jewelry that’s all about style and quality. Our story started because we love gold and making stunning jewelry. Each piece we create is like a work of art, carefully made with the best materials. What makes us special? We mix classic ways of making jewelry with new, cool ideas. That means our jewelry isn’t just trendy-it’s made to last. More than just shiny jewelry, DeluxeGoldJewelry is like a club. It’s for folks who love amazing jewelry that makes them feel special and tells their story. Come and explore our collection! Every piece we make has a story of its own. Find that special piece that fits your style and makes you feel fantastic. Let’s enjoy the beauty of gold together. Your perfect piece of stunning jewelry is waiting for you at DeluxeGoldJewelry! All of our jewelry are made to order, which means that they are created exclusively for each customer with their desired specifications. At DeluxeGoldJewelry, we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible on-line shopping experience. This includes a commitment to excellent customer service, even after your order has been delivered. WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING ABOUT US.
14K Solid Gold Aztec Calendar Necklace, Mexican Mayan Coin, Gold Aztec Jewelry

18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz

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18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz
18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz
18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz

18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL PINK TOPAZ. Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. 1 Pear shape, 9X6 mm, Pink Topaz = 1.50 ct. 0.68 in (17.3 mm). 0.24 in (6.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 18K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 18K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 18K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 18K gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
18k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Pink Topaz

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)

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18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold). Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. A round Natural Blue Topaz of about 1.15 carat is elegantly set in this 14 karat Solid Gold four-prong setting Necklace. 1 Round shape, 7.0 mm, Blue Topaz = 1.15 ct. 0.58 in (14.7 mm). 0.28 in (7.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 18K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 18K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 18K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 18K gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL BLUE TOPAZ (White Gold)

Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable

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Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable

Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16″-18″ Adjustable. This exquisite necklace is crafted in Europe from 14K yellow gold, weighing 13.9 grams, and boasts a high-polished finish. It features a Cuban link style chain that’s solid in type, measuring 2.4mm in width and adjustable in length between 16 to 18 inches. The necklace is accentuated by a ring connector from which two chains dangle, each culminating in a coin-like pendant with embossed profiles reminiscent of historical figures. Its lobster claw clasp ensures security while adding a touch of elegance. The combination of the Cuban links and coin pendants offers a vintage yet timeless appeal, making it a versatile piece for any ensemble. All specifications are approximate and may vary for the same model. Style ID: 12354 ZF-L (internal use only): WJDMDS-MF036003-14Y_18. Must be in original condition and with the original tag on. If gemstone lost due to normal wear and tear, we will replace that stone. For over 15 years we offer gold & diamond necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings & more.
Solid 14K Yellow Gold Dual Coin Face Pendants Cuban Necklace 16-18 Adjustable

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)

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18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)

18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold). Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. 1 Pear shape, 9X6 mm, Amethyst = 1.50 ct. 0.68 in (17.3 mm). 0.24 in (6.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 18K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 18K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 18K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 18K gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
18K. SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL AMETHYST (Rose Gold)

14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots

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14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots

14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH NATURAL PERIDOTS. Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. 1 Round shape, 7.0 mm, Peridot = 1.95 ct. 1 Round shape, 6.0 mm, Peridot = 1.05 ct. 1 Round shape, 5.0 mm, Peridot = 0.60 ct. 1.33 in (33.8 mm). 0.28 in (7.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 14K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 14K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 14K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 14k gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Natural Peridots

14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot

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14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot

14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot
SOLID GOLD NECKLACE WITH BLUE TOPAZ & PERIDOT. Comes with 18 long, 0.68 mm thickness double link Rope Chain. 1 Pear shape, 9X6 mm, Blue Topaz = 1.50 ct. 1 Square shape, 4X4 mm, Peridot = 0.50 ct. 1 in (25.4 mm). 0.24 in (6.1 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 14K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 14K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 14K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 14k gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
14k. Solid Gold Necklace With Blue Topaz & Peridot

14k. Solid Gold & Leather Key Necklace With Tanzanite

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14k. Solid Gold & Leather Key Necklace With Tanzanite
14k. Solid Gold & Leather Key Necklace With Tanzanite

14k. Solid Gold & Leather Key Necklace With Tanzanite
SOLID GOLD & LEATHER KEY NECKLACE WITH TANZANITE. Leather Necklace length is 18 long & 3.0 mm thickness. 1 Oval shape, 6X4 mm, Tanzanite = 0.50 ct. 1.5 in (38.1 mm). 18 in (457.2 mm). 0.34 in (8.6 mm) -End of Description. We do not believe in mere verbosity, but in actions. We continuously conduct market study and offer you our jewelry at the best prices possible giving you the most value. Having a certified production partner (see production partners on each listings), we only use gemstones, diamonds and all the precious stones that are 100% natural. We take pride in the fact that we offer you authentic stones that are not artificial, modified, fake, created, or synthetic except for Cubic Zirconia, which is an entirely artificial stone. Moreover, at Ophelia & Juliette we use only solid metals such as solid gold, white gold and sterling silver making sure all the jewelry products are of remarkably highest quality that last ages. You would be happy to know that we do not plate any of our jewelry products. “Conflict diamonds” are those diamonds that are obtained from places where coercion and perpetually deliberate rioting are used by certain groups to maximize their profits illegitimately. However, we are proud that we legitimately obtain all our diamonds and other gemstones through ethical and fair means – this is the hallmark of our principles. Further, we are constantly creating awareness through our efforts to facilitate the elimination of the conflict diamonds from the supply world to create a peaceful and morally just society. 14K (14 karat) Solid Gold, White Gold & Rose Gold. Due to the fact that pure gold is extremely soft and can break at slightest pressure, we alloy it with a blend of various metals to boost its strength. We use copper, silver, palladium and zinc to make gold stronger. As some of you are probably already aware of the fact that the quantity of other metals used in the alloying indicates gold’s purity. Gold’s weight is usually devised in “24ths”. We provide 14K gold, that is, 14 parts gold to 10 parts various metals like copper, silver, etc. Yes, we offer you gold products of 14K the most preferred and desired balance of strength, toughness and purity. Moreover, all our couriers are entirely traceable, thereby ensuring you have no worries. It usually takes about 24-48 hours to dispatch any jewelry product. All of our designs are available in 14k gold (yellow, white, and rose). If you like a design and it is not in metal color options, contact me and I will provide you with info. Also, all our designs that have gemstones on it, are available in any gemstone. If you like a specific design with different gemstone, please contact me for customization and/or other questions. In addition, all of our designs are available in sets. Contact me for any questions or/and clarifications. Aren’t garnets those wonderful deep-red gemstones you often find in antique jewelry? Well yes, to a certain extent, a deep, warm red indeed being the color most frequently found in garnets. Sadly, however, far too few people are aware that the world of the garnets is far more colorful than that. Spectacular finds, especially in Africa, have enhanced the traditional image of the garnet with a surprising number of hues – even if red does continue to be its principal color. Thanks to their rich color spectrum, garnets today can quite happily keep pace with changes of style and the color trends of fashion. And thanks to the new finds, there is a reliable supply of them too. So, in fact this gemstone group in particular is one which gives new impetus to the world of jewelry today. Its color is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. The amethyst is extravagance in violet. For many thousands of years, the most striking representative of the quartz family has been a jewel coveted by princes both ecclesiastical and secular. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. In popular belief, the amethyst offers protection against drunkenness – for the Greek words’amethysts. Mean’not intoxicated’ in translation. A more apt stone for the month of February, particularly if there is to be plenty going on in the way of carnival celebrations, could thus hardly be wished for. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea, aquamarines shine over an extraordinarily beautiful range of mainly light blue colors. Aquamarine is a fascinatingly beautiful gemstone. Women the world over love it for its fine blue shades which can complement almost any skin or eye color, and creative gemstone designers are inspired by it as they are by hardly any other gem, which enables them to create new artistic cuts again and again. It really is not our job here at the International Colored Gemstone Association to tell you all about diamonds. However, diamond is the modern birthstone for April, so we would like to take this opportunity to say a few words about fancy colored diamonds, which are more to our taste than the colorless type: they’re rarer, more valuable, and a great deal more colorful (although the colors do tend to be a little on the pale side). Emeralds are fascinating gemstones. They have the most beautiful, most intense and most radiant green that can possibly be imagined: emerald green. In top quality, fine emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. Pearls are organic gems, created when an oyster covers a foreign object with beautiful layers of nacre. Long ago, pearls were important financial assets, comparable in price to real estate, as thousands of oysters had to be searched for just one pearl. They were rare because they were created only by chance. Which color would you spontaneously associate with love and vivacity, passion and power? It’s obvious, isn’t it? Red is the color of love. It radiates warmth and a strong sense of vitality. And red is also the color of the ruby, the king of the gemstones. In the fascinating world of gemstones, the ruby is the undisputed ruler. The vivid green of the peridot, with just a slight hint of gold, is the ideal gemstone color to go with that light summer wardrobe. No wonder – since the peridot is the gemstone of the summer month of August. In earlier times, some people believed that the firmament was an enormous blue sapphire in which the Earth was embedded. Could there be a more apt image to describe the beauty of an immaculate sapphire? And yet this gem comes not in one but in all the blue shades of that firmament, from the deep blue of the evening sky to the shining mid-blue of a lovely summer’s day which casts its spell over us. However, this magnificent gemstone also comes in many other colors: not only in the transparent greyish-blue of a distant horizon but also in the gloriously colorful play of light in a sunset – in yellow, pink, orange and purple. Sapphires really are gems of the sky, although they are found in the hard ground of our’blue planet’. All of Nature’s splendor seems to be reflected in the manifold opulence of fine Opals: fire and lightnings, all the colors of the rainbow and the soft shine of far seas. Australia is the classical country of origin. Almost ninety-five per cent of all fine opals come from the dry and remote outback deserts. Many people have come to know and love this stone under the name gold topaz, or Madeira or Spanish topaz, although in actual fact it has very little in common with the higher-quality gemstone topaz – except for a few nuances of color. Thus, the history of the citrine is closely interwoven with that of the topaz and coincides with it completely when it comes to the interpretation of alleged miraculous powers. However, the citrine is a member of the large quartz family, a family which, with its multitude of colors and very various structures, offers gemstone lovers almost everything their hearts desire in terms of adornment and decoration, from absolutely clear rock crystal to black onyx. And it does so at prices which are by no means unaffordable. This beautiful, durable, affordable stone makes for a popular alternative to aquamarine. Sky Blue Topaz, Swiss Blue Topaz, London Blue Topaz are names used in the gem trades to refer to the depth of color. Sky Blue is the lightest while London Blue is the darkest blue. The principal sources for topaz are Brazil, Sri Lanka, Russia, Australia, Africa, Mexico and Pakistan.
14k. Solid Gold & Leather Key Necklace With Tanzanite