Fact#1 NATURAL


Gemstones are minerals of natural origin, million of years ago in the interior of the earth under unimaginable conditions. They set themselves apart from synthetic stones because the natural gemstone, in the purity of its composition and the symmentrical internal structure, is a uniquely created natural products of our earth.


Fact#2 UNIQUENESS

This one gemstone that you purchase only exists once like this, not the same as others.

It is a unique piece, which only you own. Another specialty is that gemstones come in many different colours. Therefore, there is certainly a suitable colour for everyone, which highlights their own personal style. A selection of bright colours, such as a bright green Tsavorite, can underline a self-confident appearance. Reserved people often opt for pastel shades, like a nice Morganite.



Fact#3 MEMORY

Every piece of jewellery tells its own story.

Depending on your current life situation, you choose a bright, sparkling, eye-catching gemstone or a simple, unobtrusive gemstone. Buying a gemstone jewellery is something special that we still remember years later. This way, the joy of our gemstone jewellery can be preserved.


Fact#4 HISTORY

In addition gemstone jewellery is a unique and personal souvenir that can be given away within the family for generations. This allows the piece of jewellery continually to be

honoured and created memories of the previous owner are passed on from generation to generation.


Fact#5 EFFECT

Gemstones do not only look beautiful, they are also said to have a magical effect - they are used as healing stones, for example.
The Aquamarine symbolizes peace, brings spiritual growth and is intended to counteract depression. In addition, it serves to strengthen self-confidence and perseverance.
The Tourmaline is reputed to counteract stress, and it also encourages the regenerative ability stimulated by our body cells. It should liberate the soul from bad influences and thus give us more self-confidence.


You can find more information on this topic in our already written blog entry “Precious stones and water. The connection is there!”




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