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Blossom earrings

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BLOSSOM TEARDROP YELLOW GOLD EARRINGS WITH CITRINE, PINK SAPPHIRE AND NATURAL GREEN TSAVORITE

One of the stars of Roosik&Co.’s Blossom collection, these earrings are from the Teardrop series in which Jordi Rosich has combined several different precious stones, all of them natural. The citrine gemstone forms the mainstay of the piece as it occupies both the stud and teardrop of the earrings, accompanied by a string of gems around each stone, combining citrine, pink sapphire and green tsavorite, the latter accentuating the point where the two parts of the earring meet with its eye-catching colour. These are seductive, striking and fascinating earrings that will steal the heart of any woman.

 

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About metals and gems

Creativity and Savoir Faire

The designer jewelery from Roosik & Co is inspired by personal experiences that express the sensitivity and delicacy with which they were created. Jordi Rosich, gemologist, incruster and certified engraver, specialist in diamonds, signs the pieces of Roosik&Co, who designs and works by hand in his shop in Girona. The creations from Roosik&Co combine precious metals and gemstones in an evocative and nostalgic collection. They are elegant and beautiful jewelry while suggestive, jewelry to awaken the emotion of those who wear them.

Citrine

From the French citron, which means lemon, citrine is a coloured gemstone from the quartz family and can take on a wide range of tones, from very pale yellow to colours such as orangey coffee and even some golden hues; as well as a variety of cuts. At Roosik&Co. it's used particularly in the Blossom collection where its yellowish tones add a touch of freshness and vivacity to the jewellery. In ancient times it was associated with the planet Mercury and, in the Middle Ages, citrine was believed to act as a talisman against skin problems: today it's a gemstone linked with success and prosperity.

Sapphire

Deep blue is the colour most often associated with sapphire although this precious stone can also be found with reddish and even yellow tones. This is the hardest mineral after the diamond and, together with diamonds, rubies and emeralds, is one of the four most important precious stones in the world. The intensity of the velvety blue colour of each stone is what determines the value of a sapphire. Some have become legendary, such as the Star of India, a sapphire discovered in Sri Lanka 300 years ago, stolen and then recovered from the American Natural History Museum. Due to the charisma of this gemstone, Jordi Rosich uses it for jewellery with a lot of symbolic content, such as the pieces from the Eternal collection.

Yellow Gold

Gold is very probably the most widely used metal in the history of jewellery making, although it's also used in electronics and industry as it's a metal that doesn't rust. Traditionally it's been used to mint coins and symbolically represents value and greatness. Present in ancient cultures, it's a soft metal that's easy to work because, in fact, it's the most adaptable and pliable metal known to man. Thanks to this metal's undeniable beauty and prestige, there are pieces made from yellow gold in all Roosik&Co. collections.

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