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Artfully and passionately crafted.

Simplicity is

the key to all true elegance.
Coco Channel

Corals consist of calcium carbonate and have a hardness of 4 on the Mohs hardness scale; this corresponds to lime, marble or agate. The processing is done with the same tools, which are also common for the processing of gemstones: Grinding wheels, saws, drills, always with water cooling.

Unprocessed coral has a matte surface. It gets its beautiful shine after grinding into the desired shape, through careful polishing. The better the quality of the raw material, the finer and more uniform the surface will appear after polishing. Other quality characteristics are regular coloring, no cracks or holes. Of course, a significant factor is also the size - the larger the diameter of the raw piece, the higher the price.

Corals are often engraved after being cut into the desired shape.

Inferior qualities, which were impregnated with wax after processing to conceal stains, holes and cracks, find no place in my collection.

Care tips

Corals are natural, organic gemstones, like pearls or amber, so you should take this into consideration when wearing them. Direct contact with perfume or sweat is detrimental to the shine of coral - it reacts very quickly to contact with acid and covers itself with a light gray veil. Coral jewelry can be easily cleaned with a soft, clean cotton cloth after each wear. Stored in a cool place, away from direct sunlight, coral jewelry will retain its full glory. If, despite careful care and storage, the luster does fade, untreated precious coral can be easily restored to its original beauty by a goldsmith.

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