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Aquamarine And Sapphire Ring
£4,015.00
Aquamarine And Sapphire Ring
A stunning eye-catching and glamorous ring to wear as a cocktail ring or to wear daily Aquamarines are stones of courage, calming energies and reducing stress. Sapphires are known as the "wisdom stone", as well as a "stone of prosperity", attracting gifts of all kinds and fulfilling dreams and desires. Beryl Dingemans' distinctive personality and eclectic style is reflected in all of her jewellery. These gorgeous, unique pieces are inspired by Africa in the 1970's, nature, and Beryl's travels.
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African Thorn Necklace
£753.00
African Thorn Necklace
An edgy, fabulous piece for every day or night for a cool, glamorous look, the pendant converts to an earring. This piece consists of an African thorn, commonly known as a "Wag n bietjie" thorn - literally meaning "Wait a while", as if you get stuck in one of these thorn bushes, you will have to wait a while until you get out of it! It is a large white thorn tree and in the Xhosa culture, this tree symbolises protection. The "helicopter tree" or "Afrikanus Kubitzki" is also indigenous to South Africa. We used to play with these thorns and leaves as children - they remind me of my African childhood, in the 1970 s. Malachite is a protection stone, found predominantly in South Africa. Beryl Dingemans' distinctive personality and eclectic style is reflected in all of her jewellery. These gorgeous, unique pieces are inspired by Africa in the 1970's, nature, and Beryl's travels.
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Gold Open Protea Ring
£90.00
Gold Open Protea Ring
Inspired by the national flower of South Africa, this type of Protea is flatter and more open than the original type. Greek legend tells us that the Protea was named after Proteus, the son of Poseidon. . With its mythological associations to change and transformation, it's not surprising that in the language of flowers, protea symbolizes diversity and courage. Beryl Dingemans' distinctive personality and eclectic style is reflected in all of her jewellery. These gorgeous, unique pieces are inspired by Africa in the 1970's, nature, and Beryl's travels.
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