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The Glossary

  • Amethyst

    Amethyst

    The Purple and most famous member of the Quartz family
  • Aquamarine

    Aquamarine

    Legend has it that this sea-blue stone was the treasure of Mermaids
  • Blue Sapphire

    Blue Sapphire

    One of the great precious stones that needs no introduction
  • BOMBÉ

    BOMBÉ

    The Bombé Ring has become an icon for Theo Fennell with no two the same
  • Bud

    Bud

    Inspired by Japanese blossom the Bud Collection is colourful yet subtle and elegant
  • Chrysoberyl

    Chrysoberyl

    This is not an Irish member of the Beryl family in spite of its name
  • Citrine

    Citrine

    This citric stone was believed to protect you against snakebites...good luck!
  • CLEANING JEWELLERY

    CLEANING JEWELLERY

    Use a soft toothbrush and avoid using sharp or hard objects, to remove dirt or particles
  • CLEANING SILVERWARE

    CLEANING SILVERWARE

    For the very best maintenance, keep your sterling silver pieces in a tarnish-resistant box
  • Diamond

    Diamond

    This King of stones name comes from the Ancient Greek ‘adamas’ meaning unconquerable
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