Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings
Silvia Kelly Lake Como - Lecco jewelry - Italian jewelry - Elodie Earrings

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Confucius (551-479 BC) argued that jade possessed eleven virtues, those that every man should follow in his life: “Jade is soft, sweet and glossy to the touch as benevolence, strong, compact and beautiful as intelligence. A defect can never be hidden inside a jade, so as education and sincerity”.

Additional information

Material

Rose and White Gold 18Kt.

Gems

Diamonds 0.06Kt (total weight) brillant round cut. Jade engraved. From: Burma. Tanzanite 2.9Kt. From tanzania. Kyanite 5Kt. From Nepal.

Features

Dangling earrings for pierced ears.

Size

Total length 8.5 cm approx.

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THE GREEN JADE

THE GREEN JADE

Jadeite is considered the true jade, more precious than nephrite because it has a much brighter green color and greater translucency. It is always been considered a royal gem in China. In fact, in Chinese Yu is used to indicate something precious – the equivalent of golden. Jadeite jade comes from Myanmar. It is said that it brings abundance, prosperity, serenity, wisdom, longevity. For thousands of years, jade has been the symbol of love and virtue.

THE TANZANITE

THE TANZANITE

A gem expert used these words to describe this stone: “Tanzanite looks like a sapphire would like to be”. It is a very precious stone, since it is considered a thousand times rarer than diamonds. Its name comes from Tanzania. Along the slopes of Kilimanjaro, in fact, there is the only deposit in the world. It is said to represent vitality and energy and it brings great benefits to the body and the soul when worn.

THE KYANITE

THE KYANITE

The kyanite (or cyanite) was first identified by the German gemologist Abraham Gottlob Werner in 1789. Until then, it had been considered a blue sapphire. The name Kyanite comes from the Greek word kyanos which means “deep blue”. The most important mining area is along the Kali Gandaki river in Central Eastern Nepal. It is said that wearing a Kyanite gives an intuitive and free vision of life, thanks to the energies released from the subconscious.

 

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