The Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres is one of the oldest European porcelain manufactories and its creations are one of the most expensive ones. Before a Viennese auction, a small Sevrasian vase was broken, which I finally got from an insurance company. The vase (1860) was surrounded by a gold décor, this small detail reveals the most characteristic motif. It is in the colors of the Sun, so I felt that this peace could be a noble part of the Secrets of the Buds collection.
I was composing the gold-yellow glass of the Matthias Church next to it and the SI1 clarity 1.5mm diamond in it, which has their eternal dance with the bubble.
Recommended for up to 16cm circumference wrists
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All jewels get a thick precious noble metal coating. For gold, 24 carat gold and 925 silver for silver. There is a hardened bronze under the noble metal coating. This material used by our ancestors for brooches, royal and noble coats of arms. It is abrasion proof and has no nickel or other skin-allergenic material.
A large part of my jewels are made using diamonds, emeralds, and rubies. For each jewel, you can find the size and type of the gem(s) separately in the description and on the certificate attached to the jewel. I use only original gemstones.
Used other materials
My jewels have the most beautiful pieces of antique porcelain and antique glasses, which can be found on the product descriptions and certificates attached to the jewelry.