*An Art Nouveau diamond bracelet with Orient pearls by Roelof Citroën Amsterdam/ Den Haag, c. 1910

*An Art Nouveau diamond bracelet with Orient pearls by Roelof Citroën Amsterdam/ Den Haag, c. 1910

The Shining Light Awards honored designs that celebrated diamonds from South Africa. Jewelry designer and student of Tshwane University (South Africa) Joyce Coetzee, who took top prize for the design pictured, described her diamond piece as mystical, swirling, gaseous fissures emitted by volcanic vents. ~ The 18 karat gold bangle used 668 diamonds (22.55 total carat weight.)

The Shining Light Awards honored designs that celebrated diamonds from South Africa. Jewelry designer and student of Tshwane University (South Africa) Joyce Coetzee, who took top prize for the design pictured, described her diamond piece as mystical, swirling, gaseous fissures emitted by volcanic vents. ~ The 18 karat gold bangle used 668 diamonds (22.55 total carat weight.)

This collection of bangles is an expression of affection. The designs are specially crafted in such way that they signify special bond. Each bangle is a masterpiece.

This collection of bangles is an expression of affection. The designs are specially crafted in such way that they signify special bond. Each bangle is a masterpiece.

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