The Magic Behind Opals Opal has been credited with supernatural origins and powers and is still appreciated by many cultures. It was initially considered the most precious and the most potent gemstone by Greeks and Romans. In fact, in ancient Rome, they gave it a name: “opalus,” synonymous with “precious stone.” This gem symbolized purity and hope for them. Bedouins created a legend narrating opals because they believed this gemstone fell from the sky during thunderstorms and contained lightning. Australian aborigines also had a myth that opals were born when Earth’s Creator descended to Earth on a rainbow, and where his foot first touched the Earth, the stones around began to sparkle, displaying all the colors of the rainbow. Overall, opal is considered an October gemstone and is.
The Birthstone of September: The Sapphire Internationally recognized for its showstopping royal blue color, the Sapphire is September’s birthstone and the astrological sign of the Taurus in lithotherapy. One of the most popular and beloved precious stones in the world, the Sapphire is found in a multitude of shades spanning the rainbow. The only color that does not exist in a sapphire is red, for the sole reason that it is called the Ruby. Culture and Belief The Sapphire belongs to the corundum family, as is the Ruby. Its crystals are composed of oxygen and aluminum; however, its deep blue color originates from chemical elements such as chrome, titanium, manganese, vanadium. This precious stone has symbolized loyalty, nobility, sincerity, and truth for hundreds of years. Throughout history, the blue.
Did you know investing in color diamonds id highly profitable? Most investors used to put money in gold or silver, which is a safe investment in their view. But do you know that investing in color diamonds is even more safe and profitable? Here are some hints you need to know about fancy colored diamonds investment and how VITALE 1913 will help you to choose the best investment option made for you. Color diamonds are always an efficient investment solution. Indeed you could have chosen to place your money in gold, but you need a firm and steady form of investment. In 2008, gold prices went down 30% while white diamonds decreased from 20%, whereas fancy colored diamonds faced a slight increase of 3 to 4% during.
Discover the birthstone of August: The Peridot Each month corresponds to a gemstone, a lucky charm, that influences the destiny of each, it is said in lithotherapy. This alternative medicine assumes that gems could cure certain pathologies thanks to the natural resonance emitted by these stones. Culture and Belief The peridot is a colored gemstone of greenish-yellow, coming from the mineral olivine. Its green color emanates from its chemical composition, full of iron and magnesium. It is formed in the heart of the Earth’s core, in extreme conditions, and found in hardened lava but also in fragments of meteorites, having traveled from space. This stone, known and extracted for more than 5000 years, was particularly appreciated by kings in medieval times, but especially by the last Queen of.
5 good reasons why your next payment should be with Crypto Photo Credit: bitcoin.com. Recently, in early 2021, Vitale 1913 brought to its clients a novelty, the possibility to pay with cryptocurrencies. This is a much faster payment method and a secure option mostly interesting for those investing in diamonds, and we are going to tell you why!! Before we dive right into it, we will be taking a step back and explain what cryptocurrency essentially is and how it works. We are sure you have heard about cryptocurrency; If you are unsure, you might know it as Bitcoin, one of many, but it was the first crypto to arrive in the market in 2009.A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that is secured by cryptography..
Discover The Wonders Of The Precious Paraíba Tourmaline This highly coveted gemstone was only discovered a few decades ago. However, its uniqueness caught the attention of the most renowned laboratories and quickly made its way to the shelves of the finest jewelry stores. The Tourmaline Paraíba is a colored stone ranging from fluorescent turquoise to vivid green. The name Tourmaline comes from the Sinhalese word "tura mail," which means "stone that pulls ashes," for its properties of charging electricity under pressure or heat. Unlike other tourmalines with their color given by a blend of iron, manganese, chrome, and vanadium, this stone is the only transparent gem in the world that owes its splendid color to copper element never seen in tourmalines before. The uniqueness of its vibrant, bright,.
A Modern Dolce Vita Fairytale in Monte-Carlo In an era where getting married abroad holds an even stronger significance than it used to, to fulfill a childhood dream to be wed in what has to be the world’s most iconic fairytale place – Monte-Carlo, was made possible for one couple through My Riviera Weddings and the Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer. Scroll through to also view the magnificent videos by Jino Agnelli. Stars shining brightly, champagne bubbles fizzing, hearts pounding with anticipation… Magical celebrations in exceptional locations, where flair for elegance, excellence, and service is elevated to an art form. It is every girls’ dream to marry their very own Prince one day. Nothing made this modern-day fairytale more real than the story of how our couple met. THE.
VITALE 1913: A Wave of Magic in The Principality of Monaco VITALE 1913 is a Monaco-based high-jewelry company with a heritage dating back to the early 20th Century in Valenza, Italy. Ever since the company has been connecting its customers to the art of jewelry through the most beautiful creations. Today they offer bespoke pieces, impressive diamonds, and color stones, bringing its unique vision and know-how to the clients. So, let's discover the wonderful world of VITALE 1913. When Alberto Domenico Vitale, the company's CEO, took over his family business in 2008, he has settled in an elegant showroom in Monaco, the luxury capital of the French Riviera. Bringing together four generations of heritage, history and outstanding craftsmanship, the workshop was kept in Valenza, the cradle of.
The future of diamonds Alberto Vitale owner and CEO of VITALE 1913. Monaco Life speaks to diamond expert Alberto Vitale, founder of Monaco’s Vitale 1913, about Covid’s impact on the industry, how it historically sent down diamond prices, and the rise of transparency thanks to blockchain. Like many diamond traders throughout the world, Alberto Vitale follows the Rapaport Diamond Report. Created in the late 1970s by controversial figure Martin Rapaport, the list has become the de factopricing baseline for wholesale polished diamonds. Despite backlash from some heavy hitters within the industry, Rapaport believes that diamonds are a commodity as they are bought and sold for cash. His critics say diamonds are unique and valued by subtle idiosyncratic characteristics like colour, clarity and cut, and that Rapaport is driving down diamond prices.
March's birthstone: Aquamarine, the eternal youth gem Aquamarine is known as eternal youth and luck gemstone; it is March's birthstone associated with Pisces zodiac sign. Cross diamonds and aquamarine earrings from the Timeless' Collection by Vitale 1913. Even in its rough form, before it's been faceted and polished, the aquamarine has a beautifully clear blue color. Once polished, its beauty and allure make it one of the world's most famous jewelry stones. Aquamarine is a semi-precious stones that belongs to the beryl family and have excellent clarity and transparency compared to many other similar gems. The name "aquamarine" comes from the Latin "Aqua Marinus," meaning "water of the sea," referring to its colors ranging from the light blue of the ocean to the lagoons' green-blue, depending on the amount of.