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Antique & Vintage Earrings

Stephen Wedster Turquoise & Diamond Earrings

£2,350.00

18 carat white gold with turquoise backed rock crystal and brilliant cut diamonds
Designed with two graduated octagonal faceted turquoise quartz drops with a row of diamonds to the lever hooks.
These earrings are 43 mm ( 1 3/4″ ) long and 15.5 mm ( 1/2″ ) at their widest
They are fully hallmarked 18 carat gold for London 2016 and signed Stephen Webster.
These quality earrings weigh 7 grams.
They come in the presentation box illustrated.
These earrings are in exceptional condition ( as new )
These stunning earrings are so comfortable & extremely flattering to wear.

These Stephen Webster Deco earrings are gorgeous.
our ref: 1866

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    Description

    Turquoise is an amazing and highly valued bluish green mineral. The finest examples of which traditionally came from Persia (Iran). Turquoise comes in shades from “sky blue” to “apple green”, the most valued tint of turquoise is light blue, inclining to light green. Turquoise has been mined in Persia for three thousand years. It is usually cut “en cabochon” or with low convex surfaces, and in the East is frequently engraved with Persian and Arabic inscriptions , generally passages from the Koran. Such objects were worn as amulets. Turquoise has always been associated with curious superstitions , the most common being the notion that it changes colour with variations in sympathy with the wearers mood. Turquoise started to become popular in Europe from 1700 onwards and was much used in the Victorian period. Throughout the Victorian and Edwardian periods turquoise was primarily used in sentimental jewellery and is closely associated with animals and flowers, especially forget-me nots. Today turquoise is mined in many places all around the world.

    Turquoise is believed to have and mystic and psychic properties. The stone is often said to be an efficient healer, providing solace for the spirit and well being for the body. Turquoise is a December birthstone.

    Care of your turquoise.

    Turquoise is a fairly soft stone 5 -6 on the Mohs scale. So don’t put your turquoise jewellery loose in a box with rough, hard objects such as metals or sapphires and diamonds. You can clean it with a soft tooth brush and warm soapy water.

     

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    Stephen Webster

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    Turquoise

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