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The true fashion classics. State of the art. For women and men.
The leaf of the world’s oldest tree. Cast in 925 sterling silver.
Mountaineers once made the glacier glasses a cult item. Now they’re making a comeback.
The glamorous key fashion item in cat-eye look. By JOOP! Sunglasses in gold/gold.
Much smarter and more elegant than many fashionable statement necklaces and bracelets. By Smitten.
3-in-1 2020 trends: Round retro shape, rimless, ultra-light modern arms. By JOOP!.
Perfectly set: Precious brilliant cut solitaire in a puristic delicate cable necklace.
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The eye-catcher that has endured a whole generation: John Lennon’s cult glasses.
The sophisticated necklace with 925 silver vario-clip and interchangeable bead made of precious Murano glass.
Venetian splendour: Shimmering white gold, embedded in luxurious Murano glass beads.
Handcrafted from Tibetan prayer flags. Each piece is unique.
Exceptionally chunky, unexpectedly light.
Goes with any outfit: The bracelets by Altesse, France.
Gemstone bracelet made from rare Tibetan agate: Each bead is unique. By langani.
Finally better vision when driving at night. By Eagle Eyes®, USA.
Fashionable ethnic jewellery, elaborately hand-made, with Brazilian lucky charms.
NASA technology: 100% UV protection. But still rich in contrast and high in definition.
The world’s oldest illustration of the cosmos. Made like the 3,700 year old original.
Designed and manufactured in London. Finished with sterling silver. By Robert Tateossian.
Probably the trendiest variety of sophisticated pearl jewellery.
Made by hand in Nepal from countless genuine glass beads.
Over 40m years old – and captured in this delicate necklace. The amber heart – a sign of everlasting love.
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