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Colourful designs created with carefully selected precious and semi-precious gemstones from around the world. Inspired by the colours of the Mediterranean, this lovingly handcrafted jewellery will add a touch of casual luxury to any outfit and occasion.
With Finnly's Privé, you can make your dreams come true. Create a unique piece of jewellery with your choice of gemstones. With our expertise in gemmology, design and craftsmanship, we create for you a one-of-a-kind piece of jewellery which will last forever. Please contact us today to discuss any ideas.
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- direct from the source
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- custom made jewellery, just for you
- lovingly handcrafted by expert artisans
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"The earrings I purchased exceeded my expectation, I absolutely love the style and quality. Very pleased with the entire process. Will definitely purchase from Finnly's again!"
- Megan M., Singapore
"I absolutely love my Barcelona Cocktail ring! It is a stunning piece and I get lots of compliments!" - Julia R., Hong Kong
" I am thrilled with the ring I purchased. It surpasses my expectations! The london blue topaz is exquisite, and the sapphires are very flashy!" -
Amanda B., Sidney
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Amethyst is a beautiful violet-colored gemstone that is the birthstone for the month of February. It is said to bring protection, peace, and tranquility to its wearer, as well as aid in healing and mental clarity. Amethyst has been worn as jewelry for centuries, and is believed to have powerful metaphysical properties.
Amethyst is a type of quartz that is formed when iron and other minerals are present in the earth’s crust. The iron and other minerals cause the quartz to form in beautiful shades of purple and lavender. It is found in many places around the world, including Brazil, Uruguay, India, and the US.
Amethyst is associated with the zodiac sign of Aquarius and the planet Jupiter, and is said to be a stone of spiritual protection. It is believed to help activate the Third Eye and Crown Chakras, and to bring inner peace, spiritual awareness, and clarity of mind. It is also thought to help promote better sleep, reduce stress, and help free its wearer from addictions.
Amethyst is often used in jewelry, specifically for rings and pendants. It is an extremely durable stone, making it an excellent choice for everyday wear. It is also a popular choice for healing purposes, and can be found in amethyst geodes and clusters, as well as crystal wands, points, and tumbled stones.
The February birthstone is a beautiful and powerful stone with many healing and metaphysical properties. Wearing an amethyst ring, pendant, or other piece of jewelry is said to bring its wearer protection, clarity, and peace. It is also believed to help reduce stress and bring its wearer closer to a spiritual understanding of themselves and their place in
Holiday season is coming up! For many of us this means a time for celebrations, family gatherings, and of course gift giving. But choosing the right gift isn’t always so easy… and let’s be honest, what we all want is a gift that will be loved and used for years to come. That’s precisely why we at Finnly’s think giving a piece of jewellery is perfect!
We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of jewellery suited for every occasion. But regardless of who you’re buying a piece of jewellery for, it’s likely to be far more symbolic than just of the occasion you gave it – it will become a symbol of your relationship and bond with them. Since it’s so important to know exactly what to get, we at Finnly’s have taken the liberty to create the ultimate holiday jewellery buying guide for you, both if you’re a complete jewellery beginner or if you’re just looking for some inspiration.
Have you ever wondered what the difference between precious and semi-precious gemstones is?
The classification of gemstones into precious and semiprecious dates back to the 19th century, to differentiate their value.
Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubies and Sapphires are classified as precious stones and have traditionally been the most expensive and sought after gemstones. All other gemstones are considered semi-precious. Although this classification is still in use it is not always correct as some semi precious stones have considerably gained in value per carat.