Diamond Pendants Charles Krypell
Charles Krypell Jewelry Collections are available on display at Schiffman"s in Downtown Greensboro.With a deep understanding of human romance and desire, Charles Krypell designs pieces to reach deep inside the human heart. His keen artistic ability as a sculptor and sensuous taste as a designer are combined to result in timeless and exceptional pieces that would make every woman to live her life to the fullest. A combination of these sensuality and artisanship is definitely displayed in his Pastel Collection. The Pastel Collection is an array of tourmaline, aquamarine, morganite, peridot and rubellite jewelry pieces which make the collection very bright, beautiful and conventional. One of its bests is the Charles Krypell Pastel Collection eighteen karat two tone gold bracelet set with 238 round brilliant cut natural diamonds totaling 1.45 carats, HI color, VS2-SI1 clarity and fourteen 5mm round rubellite tourmalines totaling 7.59 carats.
Visit us at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center and try one of the Pastel Collection by Charles Krypell. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Charles Krypell.'s visionary attitude created jewelry pieces that are not considered contemporaries but rather advance and beyond his time. Each piece is crafted in seamless three-dimensional perspective that enunciates the beauty of the stone. The distinct setting and presentation of the jewelry equates balance and movement. It focuses on the unique philosophy of the creator that believes on the evolution and revolution of style. A Charles Krypell jewelry collection creation is crafted in sensuous design, conscious and sensitive to the deep understanding of human romance and desire. That's why even in due time, loyal patrons still seek a Charles Krypell jewelry collection because it has learned to understand human behavior and desires; it can anticipate the need of a typical clientele and cure the emotional want or even smoothens an anguished heart of a craved soul. For almost thirty years in ambient service to the market, it has maintained its passion and created a distinct trademark in the jewelry business.
Own a Charles Krypell Jewelry today. It's available in Schiffman's at Friendly Center.Driven by keen insights of a sculptor and boundless inspirations of a genuine artist, self-made jewelry line, Charles Krypell and his sensuous designs capture every color in the eclectic flavor of his Precious Pastels Collection. Considered as the heart of Charles Krypell, the Precious Pastels Collection features all sorts of colored diamonds, pink, yellow, blue and white with the tang of sophistication of platinum and 18 karat gold. Each piece capturing the delightful sight of a three-dimensional art embellished with the most precious stones on earth.
Since smile best captures his spirit, Charles Krypell’s dazzling platinum and yellow diamond ring from the Precious Pastels Collection will really make you smile. Made from pure platinum and embedded with an oval exquisitely yellow diamond that is VS1 in clarity accompanied by 12 pretty yellow round diamonds that are SI1 in clarity and 54 more white diamonds all of which are G in color and VS in clarity—a pure expression of what your smile is worth.
Visit us at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center and buy your own Charles Krypell made stunning pieces. Schiffman’s is an authorized dealer for Charles Krypell.Not everything that sparkles is diamond. But some are as good, like silver. Glossy and smooth, sterling silver is one of the most popular metals used in jewelry. Commonly used in eating utensils, silver wares are our dearest household’s most precious. Since ancient times, it has been considered as priceless treasures.
The sterling alloy originated in continental Europe and was being used for commerce as early as the 12th century in the area that is now northern Germany. Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.
Fine silver is 99.9% pure and is generally too soft for producing functional objects; therefore, the silver is usually alloyed with copper to give it strength while preserving the ductility and beauty of the precious metal. Other metals can replace the copper, usually with the intent to improve various properties of the basic sterling alloy such as reducing casting porosity, eliminating fire scale, and increasing resistance to tarnish.