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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An Art Deco diamond and lapis lazuli bracelet, attributed to Boucheron, Paris, the flexible bracelet of cylindrical lapis sections set with old brilliant cut diamonds. Leatherette box signed BOUCHERON PARIS 26 Place Vendome, New York, 1 East 57th Street, 1
A lapis lazuli set bracelet and others, the bracelet set in sterling silver, designed as five oval, cabochon plaques of lapis, each graduated in size, deep blue in colour with visible pyrite throughout, bezel set, connected by short links, along with a 9ct
18ct yellow gold lapis lazuli and diamond bracelet, set with 10 reeded lapis lazuli cabochons, each in an acanthus leaf design basket. In between each cabochon is a gold link set with three diamonds. Stamped with French makers mark, 'Arc de Triomphe' in th
A lapis lazuli and gold bracelet, of hinged design, the lapis lazuli ball terminals to the matte gold band of reeded motif, decorated by applied ropetwist sections, mounted in 18 carat yellow gold, gross weight 34.1 grams, inner circumference 16 cm
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