African jewellery Celtic jewellery South American jewellery
Africa: Silver, Brass, Copper, Glass, Horn and Shell are just a few among all the materials used in Berber, Tuareg, Coptic, and many other ethnic groups' crafts in a beautiful rich collection of symbols, which features traditional old alternate with modern and trendy jewelry from South Africa and Madagascar
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Celtic: Artisans of Ireland, Britain, England with those of Wales, Scotland and Cornwall, interpreting the Celtic past with jewelry in Silver, Bronze and Pewter in a collection where a Claddagh, Triskele, torques, Celtic Crosses and Thor's Hammers will be only the starting point from which explore the mythology and symbolism of this extraordinary culture
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South America: The golden color of the ancient Colombian metal Tumbaga, the stones, the Amber of the Chiapas, the symbolism of Tumi and the Piedra del Sol, famous Aztec calendar, brought to you from refined handicraft manifacturers in South America. Peru, Colombia, Mexico, Ecuador and Argentina, the main countries from which the jewels of this collection came from
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Egyptian jewellery Native americans jewellery Oriental jewellery
Mediterranean: From Spain to Egypt, via Italy, Hungary and Greece, a large collection of symbols such as Beetle, Isis, Ankh Cross, wedding rings and Turkish talismans alternating with ethnic jewelry in Silver, original designs made of new materials and classic ones like Baltic Amber.
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Native: A rich assortment of American artifacts and jewelry such as Navajo, Hopi, Pueblo, Sioux and Zuni where the many Turquoise varieties, together with Silver and combined with the charm of Dreamcatchers and the symbolism connected with sacred fetishes and animals such as wolves, eagles and bears, make this section an absolute must-see.
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Orient: The mystery and spirituality of Asia is reflected in the collections from Nepal, Tibet, India, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and many other magical places where the wealth of materials such as Silver, Turquoise, Coral, Lapis Lazuli and Cornaline merges with the bright colors of the fabrics and the symbolic Buddhist crafts from the Far East and the Golden Triangle
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