Tiffany & Co. Fish bracelet in 18k gold and platinum with sapphires, red spinels and diamonds, just re-mark-a-ble!
Fun fact: Spinel occurs in many colours but it is generally identified with bright red colour as that of ruby. Red colour appears due to the presence of chromium in its chemical composition.
Fun fact II: Kissing gouramis, also known as kissing fish or kissers, both sexes will often spar by meeting mouths and pushing each other through the water.
Fun translation: Kissing in English is Baci in Italian.
Our two cents’ worth Tuesday’s pick is this 18K yellow gold skeleton fish pendant, with ruby eyes from Tiffany & Co, so very unique and creativly designed.
Fun fact: Eighteen karat gold can be called by a couple names depending where you are from – 18 Karat, 18K, 18KT and .750, it has a mix of 75% gold and 25% other metals.
The end of 2015 is upon us and we wanted to share some of our favorite trends in jewelry for the next couple days, as a “jewelry trend – year end review.”
An ocean of jewels, sea creatures brought to life by incredible designers such as Tiffany, De Grisogono, Van Cleef & Arpels and Autore to mention a few, they showcased a wide range of color with stunning creativity and designs which makes this the second of our favorite trends this year.
18K gold fish ring with diamonds and sapphires, fish-a-lic-ious, so pretty!
Not so fun, fact: Coral reefs are fragile ecosystems, partly because they are very sensitive to water temperature. They are under threat from climate change, oceanic acidification, blast fishing, cyanide fishing for aquarium fish, sunscreen use, overuse of reef resources, and harmful land-use practices, including urban and agricultural runoff and water pollution, which can harm reefs by encouraging excess algal growth.
We just had to say it!