Appreciation for precious stones at Adam's

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4th December, 2016
A 1965 ruby, diamond and sapphire bracelet

The most mysterious jewel is surely the moonstone. The ancients believed they were solidified moonbeams. Modern technology has identified the more prosaic reason for their appeal.

A moonstone’s internal structure scatters any light that strikes it, giving it, as a romantic might put it, the effect of a full moon shining through a thin veil of clouds.

Adam’s has a necklace composed of circular and oval cabochon moonstones mounted in 14 carat gold...

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