Descendants of the ancient Shakya clan, historically known for their craft skills, use smooth, blue-green Himalayan turquoise to create these natural accents. Framed in sterling silver, the stones represent the sea and sky, themselves symbols of the infinite in Nepalese culture.
Druzy is the sparkling crystal surface that forms
on rocks like agate and quartz over millions of years as moisture builds up and evaporates. Each glittering cross-section of agate druzy is hand-sourced in Uruguay, then plated with 14-karat gold foil ...
The Imperial Treasury in Istanbul’s Topkapi Palace is
still home to the most lavish riches of the Ottoman era. Here you’ll find the legendary, jewel-encrusted Topkapi Dagger, golden thrones, an 86-karat diamond, and many more remarkably ornate treasures. These gold, ...
The designer of this sparkling necklace was inspired
by the massive jewels that hung from the headdresses of India’s 19th-century maharajas. Blue chalcedony with rose quartz, framed here in gold vermeil, are stones of reflection and compassion, respectively.