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Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewellery

Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewellery

Mixing different semi-precious gemstones is not new.

Over 2,500 years ago the sophisticated dentists of southern North America (Mesoamerica) were drilling teeth to insert semi-precious stones as an adornment!

Skull Found in Chiapas, Mexico

We don't need to go to such extremes to add colour and sparkle to our look.
Modern day toothpastes add the sparkle to teeth whilst gorgeous semi-precious gemstone jewellery creates beautiful colour combinations and adds uniqueness to your style.

Mixed gemstone jewellery works particularly well with single colour outfits. It's also more versatile than you might at first think. One piece of mixed gem jewellery gives you many options for earrings, rings and bracelets. For example team up with a pair of amethyst earrings, a garnet bracelet or a blue topaz ring.

The pieces shown in the photograph are new to our collection and feature the most popular faceted semi-precious stones - amethyst, peridot, garnet, citrine and blue topaz.

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Photograph of bejewelled teeth courtesy of Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History. Skull found in Chiapas, Mexico.

Created On  23 Jun 2016 10:06  -  Permalink


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