Stone journeys

During my travels, I select stones with the greatest care. Shine is my first criterion of choice. New models are offered regularly. The pursuit of refinement combined with creativity offers objects that will suit everyone.

Thailand

The country of smile is known as one of the world’s leading trading centers for coloured stones, especially sapphires. Bangkok is a must for its choice.

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Mauritius

The diamonds cutting is less known than the beauty of its beaches. This island negotiates a lot with India and South Africa.

Madagascar

The Red Island represents 40% of the mondial production. This giant island also produces various other gemstones.

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Hong Kong

The city is home to the most active diamond exchange in Asia. Only selected professionals can trade rough or carved diamonds.

South Africa

The stampede on the diamond fields began in 1871 on a deserted hill which became the world’s most famous mine : the "big hole".

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India

In Jaipur, gemstones are all over the streets. The “pink city” is a huge market with a lot of imports, stone carving and jewelry creations.

Place vendôme Paris

Place Vendôme is the square where the most prestigious French jewellers are. From the 19th century, it becomes the epicentre of elegance and luxury.

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China

The passion of gold and jewellery. China is the bigger gold buyer in the world. In this country, jewellery brings success.

Myanmar

The country is one of the world’s leading producers of rubies with a rose-tinged red.

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Vietnam

Every Sunday in Hanoi, the gemstones market takes place. In particular, we can find quality rubies, spinels and sapphires.

Gold

Gold is mainly used in jewellery but also in industry, medicine and finance.

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Sapphire

This precious stone is best known for its blue color while it exists in many colors. When it is red it is a ruby.

Hand-carved wax

Hand-carved wax requires patience and precision. This ancestral method is now replaced by 3D printing.

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