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OCTOBER Birthstone: OPAL

The stone of loyalty, faithfulness and spontaneity

Opal is an emotional stone and reflects the mood of the wearer. It intensifies emotions and releases inhibitions. Encourages both freedom and independence, stimulates originality and creativity. 

Helps to release anger and claim self worth, aiding in accessing and expressing one’s true self. Opal strengthens memory. It encourages an interest in the arts. Wearing Opal brings loyalty, faithfulness and spontaneity.

Opal strengthens the will to live and treats infections and fevers. Purifying the blood and kidneys, Opal also regulates insulin. It eases childbirth and alleviates PMS. [Source]

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clisson

Clisson Collection designed by Clive Hammerton – bespoke Goldsmith & Designer of Fine Jewellery. His focus was on providing a ‘Personal Jewellery’ service to his clients and to avoid any compromises in quality delivering fine products at reasonable pre-retailed prices. 

art deco

Art Deco Jewellery featured popular metals such as white gold, sterling silver and platinum which became preferred over the classic yellow gold. Platinum was usually the metal of choice while they usually combined diamonds and coloured gemstones into decorative geometric designs. 

victorian

Victorian jewellery originated in England. The amount of jewellery acquired throughout the Victorian era established a person’s identity and status. Within the Victorian period, jewellery consisted of a diverse variety of styles and fashions.

clisson

Clisson Collection designed by Clive Hammerton – bespoke Goldsmith & Designer of Fine Jewellery. His focus was on providing a ‘Personal Jewellery’ service to his clients and to avoid any compromises in quality delivering fine products at reasonable pre-retailed prices. 

art deco

Art Deco Jewellery featured popular metals such as white gold, sterling silver and platinum which became preferred over the classic yellow gold. Platinum was usually the metal of choice while they usually combined diamonds and coloured gemstones into decorative geometric designs. 

victorian

Victorian jewellery originated in England. Victorian jewellery was produced during the reign of Queen Victoria, whose reign lasted from 1837 to 1901. The amount of jewellery acquired throughout the Victorian era established a person’s identity and status. Within the Victorian period, jewellery consisted of a diverse variety of styles and fashions.

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