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    Necklace (J0073)

    245$

    Silver and Jade Stones

    -The most prized variety, imperial jade, is a rich emerald-green, due to chromium. Jadeite commonly has a dimpled surface when polished.
    -Occurrence: – Jadeite is found in metamorphic rocks and as alluvial pebbles and boulders.
    Historically, Guatemala was an important source of jade.

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    Necklace (J0074)

    245$

    Silver and Jade Stones

    -The most prized variety, imperial jade, is a rich emerald-green, due to chromium. Jadeite commonly has a dimpled surface when polished.
    -Occurrence: – Jadeite is found in metamorphic rocks and as alluvial pebbles and boulders.
    Historically, Guatemala was an important source of jade.

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    Necklace (J0075)

    245$

    Silver and Jasper Stones

    -Jasper is a massive, fine-grained, opaque variety of chalcedony, believed to protect against sight defects and drought. It occurs in shades of brown, greyish blue, red, yellow, green, and mixtures of these.
    -Occurrence: – Red jasper occurs in India and Venezuela; various colours occur in USA, red and green riband jasper occurs in Russia.

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    Necklace (J0076)

    245$

    Silver and Jade Stones

    -The most prized variety, imperial jade, is a rich emerald-green, due to chromium. Jadeite commonly has a dimpled surface when polished.
    -Occurrence: – Jadeite is found in metamorphic rocks and as alluvial pebbles and boulders.
    Historically, Guatemala was an important source of jade.

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    Necklace (J0077)

    245$

    Silver and Jade Stones

    -The most prized variety, imperial jade, is a rich emerald-green, due to chromium. Jadeite commonly has a dimpled surface when polished.
    -Occurrence: – Jadeite is found in metamorphic rocks and as alluvial pebbles and boulders.
    Historically, Guatemala was an important source of jade.

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    Necklace {103gram} (J0057)

    721$

    Silver Necklace with black Quartz Stones

    -The black variety of Quartz is also called Morion.
    -Much of the smoky quartz on the market is in fact irradiated rock crystal.
    -Occurrence: – Brazil, Madagascar, the Swiss Alps, Colorado(USA), Australia, and Spain.

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    Necklace {106gram} (J0030)

    742$

    Silver Necklace with black Quartz Stones

    -The black variety of Quartz is also called Morion.
    -Much of the smoky quartz on the market is in fact irradiated rock crystal.
    -Occurrence: – Brazil, Madagascar, the Swiss Alps, Colorado(USA), Australia, and Spain.

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    Necklace {106gram} (J0080)

    445$

    Silver Necklace with Admiral Stones, Agate Stones and Ruby Stones

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    Necklace {110gram} (J0050)

    770$

    Silver Necklace with Moon Stones

    -Moon stone is the opalescent variety of orthoclase, with a blue or white sheen, rather like the moon after which it is named. This is caused by the reflection of light from the internal structure, made up of alternating layers albite and orthoclase feldspar.
    -Occurrence: – The best material is from Burma and Sri Lanka. Other localities include India, Madagascar, Brazil, USA, Mexico, Tanzania, and the European Alps.

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    Necklace {156gram} (J0012)

    1,092$

    Silver Necklace with Turquoise Stones,Jade Stones and Coral Stones

    -Turquoise Stone

    One of the first gemstones to be mined, turquoise has long been prized for its intense colour, which varies from sky-blue to green, depending on the quantities of iron and copper within it.
    Occurrence: – Sky-blue turquoise from Iran is generally regarded as the most desirable, but in Tibet a greener variety is preferred.

    -Jade

    The most prized variety, imperial jade, is a rich emerald-green, due to chromium. Jadeite commonly has a dimpled surface when polished.
    Occurrence: – Jadeite is found in metamorphic rocks and as alluvial pebbles and boulders.
    Historically, Guatemala was an important source of jade.

    -Coral Stone

    -Coral is made up of the skeletal remains of marine animals called coral polyps. These tiny creatures live in colonies which form branching structures as they grow, eventually forming coral reefs and atolls.
    -Most corals-red, pink, white, and blue varieties – are made of calcium carbonate. Red coral is the most valuable, and has been used in jewelry for thousands of years.
    -Coral has been associated with the protection of children, and parents may still give a gift of coral to their young children.
    Occurrence: – Most precious coral is found in warm water. Japanese coral is red, pink, and white. Red and pink coral is also found on the Mediterranean and African coasts, the Red Sea, and the waters off Malaysia and Japan.

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    Necklace {158gram} (J0001)

    1,106$

    Silver Necklace with Turquoise Stones and Coral Stones

    -Turquoise Stone is one of the first gemstones to be mined, turquoise has long been prized for its intense colour, which varies from sky-blue to green, depending on the quantities of iron and copper within it.

    -Coral is made up of the skeletal remains of marine animals called coral polyps. These tiny creatures live in colonies which form branching structures as they grow, eventually forming coral reefs and atolls.
    -Most corals-red, pink, white, and blue varieties – are made of calcium carbonate. Red coral is the most valuable, and has been used in jewelry for thousands of years.
    -Coral has been associated with the protection of children, and parents may still give a gift of coral to their young children.

     

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    Necklace {15gram} (J0039)

    105$

    Silver Necklace with Onyx Stones

    -Onyx is similar to agate stone, but it has straight rather than curved bands. These may be brown and white or black and white.
    -Onyx seals were very popular with Romans, who carved the patterns of the seal in negative relief to give a raised print.
    -Occurrence: – Found worldwide, they are formed by the deposition of silica in gas cavities in lavas, which results in the distinctive bands.

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