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9CT GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT BLUE TOPAZ STATION BRACELET

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £270.00
9CT GOLD ROUND CHECKERBOARD CUT BLUE TOPAZ STATION BRACELET

Get ready to dive headfirst into a world of pure handcrafted elegance, my friends! 🌟 We're talking about a 9ct Yellow Gold station bracelet that's not just jewellery; it's a work of art. And guess what? It's got a mesmerizing round Blue Topaz stone at its heart, ready to steal the show. 💎✨

But hold on to your hats because this beauty has a little secret – a classic checkerboard cut that adds a touch of timeless beauty to the design. You know, the kind of charm that never goes out of style. 😍

But wait, there's more! This isn't just a bracelet; it's part of a stunning collection. We're talking about the matching pendant, drop earrings, a jaw-dropping long station necklace, and exquisite stud earrings – all waiting for you in separate listings. It's a gemstone extravaganza, my friends! 💫

Now, let's talk Gold standards, shall we? This bracelet is stamped with the hallmark 375, which is the real deal – 9ct Gold at its finest. But here's the kicker – it's not churned out by some faceless machine. Oh no, it's meticulously handmade in a workshop near Chester by my trusted supplier. You can feel the handcrafted goodness in every detail. And guess what? It's adjustable, so you can rock it at lengths from 6 to 7 inches. Talk about versatility!

Now, let's talk stones, my darlings. These little beauties boast a generous 7mm diameter, and they exhibit a depth that's simply enchanting. Topaz, in all its glory, has a bit of history. Back in the day, before the 1950s, it was all about that golden yellow to peachy orange hue – what we now call Precious Topaz. Talk about a glow-up!

Now, here's a fun fact – Topaz used to cause quite the gemstone identity crisis. You see, the Brazilian word "Topazio" meant yellow gem, and it was used for Citrine, Smoky Quartz, and Topaz. Can you imagine the mix-ups? 😅

But let's focus on the blues, shall we? Blue was once a rare sight in the world of Topaz, but thanks to some nifty colour treatments, we now have three stunning Blue Topaz shades: Sky Blue, Swiss Blue, and London Blue. This bracelet? It's flaunting a Swiss Blue Topaz, which falls right in between – lighter than London Blue but deeper than Sky Blue. It's a sweet spot of blue beauty.

Now, one last thing to keep in mind – these are natural stones, my friends. That means they might show some variations in pattern and colour compared to the images you see here. But that's the beauty of it, isn't it? Each piece is as unique as you are, and that's something worth celebrating. So, get ready to rock these Blue Topaz stunners and wear your individuality with pride. It's time to shine like the star you are! ✨💙✨

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