People in the trade call fancy sapphires with pinkish orange hues as “padparadscha”, which means “Lotus flower” in Sinhalese, the language of Sri Lanka. Here we have a ring and a necklace set with these beautiful gemstones of over 100 carats, by #ManuelBouvier. Available at Hong Kong Magnificent Jewels Sale on November 29, 2016 #ChristiesJewels #Padparadscha #Sapphire
TAXOS from MARBLE LAB | Sourced from the northern-most part of the Aegean Sea, the whiteness of its surface is broken only by pale, barely perceptible clouding; since the term marble comes from the ancient Greek word marmareos – meaning shiny, sparkly – we could almost state that the word was coined by looking at this compact and bright, extra white surface.
Citrine - Citrine is a variety of quartz whose color ranges from a pale yellow to brown. Natural citrines are rare; most commercial citrines are heat-treated amethyst. Citrine contains traces of Fe3+ and is rarely found naturally. The name is derived from Latin citrina which means "yellow"