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Salome

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Our Team

Different skills, perspectives, experiences and life stories influence our work. Here you can see who we are and why we decided to bring Salome to life.

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The Jewellery

Our jewellery pieces are made with natural stones only. We believe in their special characteristics. Every piece of Salome Jewellery is unique, as the stones are never completely the same.

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Salome

Salome was a Middle Eastern princess whose name comes from the Hebrew word ‘shalom’, meaning ‘peace’. However, she has been known in the mythology for a rather violent story.

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Stones

    • amethyst

      Amethyst

      Amethyst is the purple variety of the mineral Quartz, and it is its most famous and valuable gem variety. Certain iron constituents in connection with natural radioactive radiation cause the magic colour of Amethyst.

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      Black Onyx

      Onyx is a form of chalcedony stone, which is microcrystalline quartz. It is formed in the gas cavities of lava. Its multi-layering is similar to that of agates.

    • citrine

      Citrine

      Citrine is a transparent, yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in colour from pale to golden yellow, honey or almost brown. The name Citrine comes from the French word citron meaning lemon.

    • diamond

      Diamond

      Perfect in structure, Diamond is referred to as the “King of Gems” as it is a stone unique in its powers of light reflection and dispersion. Diamond is the hardest natural substance on the Earth.

    • emerald

      Emerald

      Emerald, as morganite is a member of the Beryl group of stones. Genuine Emeralds may include inclusions, referred to by experts as jardin, a French word for garden.

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      Labradorite

      Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of colour, known as “labradorescence”.

    • moldavite

      Moldavite

      The rock metamorphosed by the heat of impact created a strew field of Moldavite in two areas of Bohemia and Moravia. Therefore, Moldavite is sometimes touted as “the only known extra-terrestrial gemstone on Earth”, or “the gemstone born from the stars”.

    • moonstone

      Moonstone

      Named for its moon-like sheen, Moonstone is a Feldspar mineral exhibiting a soft, watery opaqueness and a silvery-white reflection called “chatoyancy” that moves as a line across the surface of the stone as light varies.

    • olivine-peridot

      Olivine (Peridot)

      Olivine, of which Peridot is a type, is a common mineral in mafic and ultramafic rocks. It is often found in lavas and in peridotite xenoliths of the mantle, which lavas carry to the surface.

    • opal

      Opal

      Opals are relatively soft and fragile gemstones. The name comes from the Sanskrit word upala, meaning precious stone. .

    • pearl

      Pearl

      Unlike all gems, Pearl is organic matter derived from a living creature – oysters and molluscs. Over time, Pearl has become the symbol of purity and innocence and it is often sewn into bridal gowns, or worn as jewellery by the brides.

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      Pyrope Garnet (Czech Garnet)

      The deep, glossy red colour of Garnet resembles the juicy seeds of a pomegranate, which is perhaps why its name is derived from the Latin word granatum.

    • rose-quartz

      Rose Quartz

      Rose Quartz comes from the family of popular quartz stones (like citrine-yellow, amethyst-purple and others), which could be called a grandfather of all gemstones. It usually occurs in massive form, though it sometimes grows in clusters of small prismatic crystals.

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      Ruby

      Ruby is a stone of nobility, queen of the stones. The Chinese Emperor Kublai Khan was said to have offered an entire city in exchange for a sizable Ruby. For thousands of years, the ruby has been considered one of the most valuable gemstones on Earth.

    • sapphire

      Sapphire

      For thousands of years, Sapphire has ben considered the stone of kings. Its precious characteristics and qualities make this stone one of the most precious pieces of nature on Earth.

    • topaz

      Topaz

      Topaz is a gemstone popular for its hardness, transparency and availability in various colours. In contrary to other gemstones, for some reason it was not known and mined in the ancient times.

    • tourmaline

      Tourmaline

      Tourmaline is classified as a semi-precious stone and the gemstone comes in a wide variety of colours. The name comes from the Sinhalese word turmali that has been used to name many stones coming from Sri Lanka.

    • turquoise

      Turquoise

      Turquoise is an ancient gemstone, and has been highly regarded in many of the world’s civilizations. Possibly, it is the oldest stone in man’s history used as a talisman and amulet of kings, shamans and warriors all around the world.

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