Learn about Lapis Lazuli

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.
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Coral bead pendant on an 18ct gold bale set with turquoise and lapis

A lapis lazuli and gold pendant, carved as an elephant with gold highlights; 14ct yellow gold.

An 18ct gold lapis lazuli pendant; rim set with a 40 x 22mm lapis tablet

18ct yellow gold lapis lazuli & diamond pendant & chain. Octagonal lapis lazuli set pendant in gold frame with single diamond. On 18ct yellow gold chain. W4.9g (total)

A lapis lazuli and silver cameo pendant with applied rope border.

A lapis lazuli, freshwater pearl and silver pendant

A lapis lazuli necklace by Gary Bradley, of abstract design, comprising a textured pendant set with a lapis lazuli cut en cabochon, suspended on an integral baton link chain, in sterling silver, total length 495mm

A 14ct gold gem set pendant; featuring a carved coral mask adjacent to 17 single cut diamonds on a lapis ground to a key pattern border set with turquoise beads. Diam. 40mm. Wt. 20.5g.

Edwardian silver mounted ivory pendant, set with lapis lazuli

Platinum and lapis necklet rail links holding three rail link pendant

A gold and lapis lazuli necklace and pendant, the teardrop shaped lapis lazuli pendant suspended from a 9ct gold muff chain hallmarked Wendt total length 87 cm

A silver and lapis lazuli pendant by Georg Jensen, the pear shaped lapis lazuli suspended from an elongated sterling silver bar style reference 128 signed Torun hallmarked British import mark boxed