Our Stones

Blue Sapphire

Sapphire

Sapphire is a stone used for centuries for jewelry making. Its colors and brilliance make it a perfect stone to adorn a jewel or an ornament. Each of its colors can adapt to most precious metals.

Diamond

Diamond is a stone composed only of crystallized pure carbon, although very rarely we could find a trace of nitrogen. This mineral is the simplest stone used in jewelery and it is also the hardest. A rare and eternal stone, it is highly prized for the manufacture of rings and jewels symbolizing love, but is also a symbol of luxury and elegance.

Diamond
Ruby

Ruby

The ruby, the stone of kings. Lord of the gems according to the Bible, the ruby was the stone of predilection of the kings. Proof of this is that the two most beautiful specimens are those which ornamented the crown of St. Wenceslas (250 carats) and the ruby of the Kings of France, which served as the seal of the Emperor Augustus.

Emerald

With its palette of colors covering all shades of green, emerald is one of the most famous gemstones. Mounted on different types and models of jewelry to discover absolutely on the site of Divinescence, it will make you succumb !

Emerald
Black Diamond

Black Diamond

The black diamond is one of the most beautiful stones used in jewelery and jewelery, but has long been unknown and less popular than white, yellow and pink diamonds.

Pink Sapphire

If the blue color is inseparable from sapphire, you must know that there are many other colors: the sapphire can be pink, green, orange, purple or transparent. This stone with very feminine hues is more and more appreciated by women looking for exceptional jewelry or by men who want to offer an exceptional gift to the loved one.

Pink Sapphire
Topaz

Topaz

Topaz, a stone associated with deities. Used in jewelery since antiquity, topaz is associated with divinities, including Ra, the god of the Egyptian sun and Jupiter, the god of the sun venerated by the Romans.

Quartz

Quartz is one of the best-known mineral families. It is present on all continents which makes its price particularly accessible. It comes in various colors and remains an excellent alternative to some valuable gems.

Quartz
Tourmaline

Tourmaline

Tourmaline is the only stone available in such an important variety of colors to satisfy the cravings of lovers of beautiful jewels.

Aquamarine

Evoking the purity of water droplets, Aquamarine is a precious stone belonging to the Beryl family. This gem owes its name to its pale blue color shimmering close to that of the ocean, highly prized in the world of jewelry.

Aquamarine
Amethyst

Amethyst

Legendary mythical stone, the amethyst is appreciated in jewelry. It is very popular for its beautiful color, which can range from pale pink to intense violet.

Garnet

The garnet is a variety of fine stone whose main deposits are on the African continent. Mines have also been discovered in India, Russia, but also in Central America and South America.

Garnet
Citrine

Citrine

The citrine charmes by its beautiful yellow color ranging from lemon yellow which it takes its name to pale orange through golden yellow, bright yellow and amber yellow. It is as well used in jewelery as in art deco.

Peridot

Peridot, the favorite stone of Queen Cleopatra. Exploited since the Antiquity on the Island of Saint-Jean about 80 km of the Egyptian coasts, the peridot or the chrysolite is a gemstone in olive green tones.

Peridot

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