From time immemorial, colored ornamental stones have been attributed to healing and magical properties. Green malachite was considered a stone of luck, fiery carnelian gave vitality, turquoise brought peace and prosperity, deep black onyx symbolized fortitude and fortitude. Modern jewelers do not abandon superstitious omens associated with ornamental minerals, but they prioritize the rich color and emotional coloring with which these stones fill their jewelry. That is why jewelry houses use them in their key collections: Cartier - in the famous Amulette series, Bulgari - in the iconic Serpenti line, and Van Cleef & Arpels - in updated Perlée jewelry. The design of each of them, familiar and recognizable, new shades give a fresh sound and a different mood.
1. Ring Perlée, Van Cleef & Arpels | 2. Ring and pendant Amulette de Cartier, Cartier | 3. Ring, Mateo | 4. Earrings, Armenta | 5. Bracelet Serpenti, Bulgari
1. Bvlgari-Bvlgari Cuore pendant and Diva ring, Bulgari | 2. Bracelet Bouton d'Or, Van Cleef & Arpels | 3. Ring and earrings Bon Ton, Pasquale Bruni | 4. Pendant and bracelet Blossom, Louis Vuitton
1. Ring Capri, Pomellato | 2. Ring, de Grisogono | 3. Necklace Blue Book, Tiffany & Co. | 4. Rose des vents ring, Dior Joaillerie | 5. Ring and necklace Extremely Piaget, Piaget
Masterpiece 1., Tiffany & Co. | 2. Necklace and pendant Bouton d'Or, Van Cleef & Arpels | 3. Pendant and necklace Bvlgari-Bvlgari, Bulgari | 4. Rose des vents ring, Dior Joaillerie | 5. Necklace, earrings, Happy Hearts bracelet, Chopard
1. Beads, John Hardy | 2. Pendants Diva, Bulgari | 3. Suspension Capri, Pomellato | 4. Ring, Mateo | 5. Cactus de Cartier ring, Paris Nouvelle Vague ring, Amulette de Cartier earrings, Cartier