Natural Gemstone Jewelry

The materials used for our jewelry

TAHITIAN PEARL

Discover everything you need to know about the Tahitian pearl, its characteristics, value, sizes, shapes, and colors. Also learn how to identify a real pearl and choose it well. The Tahitian pearl is an exceptional and unique black-colored gem.

SOUTH SEA PEARLS

Known as Australian pearls, South Sea pearls are among the most impressive, and also the most expensive. Available in various colors, these pearls are the best accessories to enhance jewelry and add a unique touch to creations.

KESHI PEARL

Unique and remarkable with their irregular shapes, Keshi pearls are impressive. Although these pearls do not have the perfectly spherical shape of classic pearls, Keshis are now appreciated for their exceptional characteristics and affordable prices.

FRESHWATER PEARLS

Freshwater pearls do not have nucleons. They are entirely made of nacre produced by mollusks. Did you know that the cultivation of these pearls has existed since the thirteenth century in China? Yes indeed! These pearls have fascinated ancient civilizations with their luster and durability.

PIRATE COINS

We have all heard stories about piracy at some point! But do you really know why this currency is called pirate coins when it was once the currency of the conquistadors?

LARIMAR

Have you fallen under the enchanting spell of the Larimar stone? Discover its meaning, origins, as well as the virtues and benefits of this magnificent blue mineral stone.

LAPIS LAZULI

Lapis lazuli is one of the oldest stones that is still valued in jewelry making. Indeed, never have blue and gold (the colors of lazuli) made such a beautiful and natural mix.

AMETHYST

Have you ever heard of Amethyst? It is one of the most used natural stones in lithotherapy. It is a mineral with an enchanting violet color which …

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