Pop with Colour

Not only do daz­zling coloured gems cre­ate an at­trac­tive per­son­alised look but ac­cord­ing to an­cient cul­ture, they also con­tain in­di­vid­ual heal­ing prop­er­ties and sym­bolic mean­ing

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Dis­cover how coloured gems do more than just en­hance your look

Jew­ellery is a uni­ver­sal form of adorn­ment used even be­fore the writ­ten lan­guage or spo­ken word, and although di­a­monds are known to be a girl’s best friend, coloured gem­stones have al­ways been among the most pop­u­lar and ex­pres­sive forms of jew­ellery. Shin­ing bright in var­i­ous shapes and sizes, coloured gems cre­ate a vi­brant and cap­ti­vat­ing look while lift­ing your spir­its by al­low­ing you to ex­press your in­di­vid­ual per­son­al­ity through a range of colours and de­sign. Long be­fore di­a­monds were found wor­thy of jew­ellery, pre­cious gems like sap­phire, ruby and emer­ald were revered by many while semi-pre­cious gems such as the gar­net, peri­dot, amethyst, cit­rine and blue topaz were just as pop­u­lar. Gems were also be­lieved to have spe­cial pow­ers in­clud­ing be­ing able to cure spe­cific ill­nesses and

THIS PAGE FROM TOP LEFT Chopard’s Im­pe­ri­ale ear­rings and neck­lace; ac­tress Jes­sica Chas­tain wear­ing Pi­aget’s high jew­ellery white gold neck­lace at the Van­ity Fair Os­car party

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