Lapis lazuli is a semi-precious deep blue coloured stone, sometimes with gold inclusions, that has been used for thousands of years for jewellery, decorative items and decoration. It is mined in Afghanistan, Siberia, Chile, USA and Burma. The mines in north-eastern Afghanistan are the largest source of lapis lazuli, and have been operating for over 6,000 years. They were the source of the stone for the ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman civilsations.
A pair of lapis lazuli and diamond pendant earrings, each polished lapis lazuli drop, to an articulated round brilliant cut diamond set surmount with millegrain edging, mounted in 14ct white gold, total length 65mm.
Nicholas Wylde lapis lazuli with gold Neckpiece and earrings 18ct yellow gold with hand cut naturally rough lapis, each numbered from underneath, stamped 'NAW 750', 18ct yellow gold with hand cut naturally rough lapis matching earrings with stud and clip f
A set of lapis lazuli jewellery; ring features an half round lapis bead adjacent to 15 baguette diamonds with matching screw earrings each set with ten baguette diamonds in 9ct white gold (stamped 18k). Size N. Weight 11.2g
Pair of lapis lazuli earrings, Mario Buccellati, each centring a collet set cabochon lapis lazuli within an openwork scrolling motif, mounted in 18ct gold, signed M. Buccellati, numbered 25210, length approximately 20mm.
A pair of lapis lazuli and diamond cluster earrings, the round lapis lazuli cut en cabochon surrounded by a single row of old cut diamonds claw set in silver and rhodium plating to post and butterfly fittings
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