THE LEADING SWISS WATCH & JEWELLERY MAGAZINE

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A natural spectacle of precious stones

Aquamarine, smoky quartz, moonstone, lapis lazuli or diamonds – Ole Lynggaard focuses on precious stones of many different kinds. Some sparkle, others accompany us with special powers throughout the day.

“Lotus”

Rings
from CHF 2,950.–

“Snakes”

Ring
Ref. A2790-406
CHF 5,600.–

“Shooting stars”

Earrings
from CHF 2,500.–

“Elephant”

Pendants
Ref. A2880-401
CHF 7,950.–

“Nature”

Rings
from CHF 815.–

The youngest member of the “Snakes” family winds itself seductively around the finger. The new “Snakes” ring in 18-carat gold is presented with six wonderful, modern cut precious stones, each of which has its own meaning.

The “Lotus” rings are also full of symbolic power. The precious stones that adorn the rings are even attributed special powers. Thus they are said to be a source of courage, strength and wellbeing. These distinctive pieces are all fashioned lovingly by hand from 18-carat gold.

In addition, the new “Shooting Star” from the house of Ole Lynggaard sparkles immediately with brightly coloured highlights of handcrafted lapis lazuli, cultured pearls, green tourmaline and rutilated quartz. The model can be easily paired with the wide range of Shooting Stars pins.

Even our favourite “Elephant” has a sparkling companion. This popular model is available in satinised 18-carat gold and is accompanied by a brilliant-cut diamond.

LOOKBOOK

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