Turquoise Ethnic Patinated Silver Earrings

Turquoise: A Piece of the Sky

We have been wearing turquoise gemstones for at least five thousand years, in necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and brooches. And that’s not all. This exquisite blue stone has been used in sculpture, masks, weapons, and even on roofs. Here we provide you with just a little of fascinating story of this wonderful gem. Turquoise’s fascinating

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Moonstone & Silver Teardrop Earrings

Moonstone – The lunar light of love

You have a Moonstone pendant, some Moonstone earrings or a Moonstone ring. But do you know about this fascinating gem, once believed to be solid moonlight. Moonstone’s composition Moonstone is composed of two intermingled types of feldspar: orthoclase and albite. During formation, as the newly-formed mineral cools, the intergrowth of orthoclase and albite separates into

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White Pearl Necklace

Some interesting facts about your Pearls

We’d like to tell you some things you might not have known about your pearls, whether you wear them as a pearl necklace, as pearl earrings, as a pearl bracelet, or even in a pearl ring. The pearls of Venus There’s a legend about how pearls first appeared. It’s been said that the first pearls

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Cybelle brings you Pantone’s Spring 2015 Colour Trend Report

Here in Australia, it’s spring at last, after our coldest winter for years. So to get you in the mood we’re bringing you Pantone’s Spring 2015 Colour Trend Report. Who is Pantone? Pantone has been one the world’s best known providers of professional colour standards for the design industries for over 50 years. How are

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Sapphire – The September Birthstone

Most people think of Sapphires as being blue, and this is certainly the most commonly seen colour. But they’re also found in shades ranging from the gold of a sunrise to the luminous violet of a twilight or the deep indigo of a summer evening. Colours other than blue include grey, pink, orange, yellow, green,

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Peridot – August Birthstone

Peridot (also sometimes called Chrysolite) is the gemstone derived from the mineral Olivine, so named because it’s coloured olive-green, with a tinge of gold. Olivine is a magnesium iron silicate, and it’s the iron that produces the greenness. Peridot is found in rocks that have erupted during volcanic activity, and it also occurs, much more

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