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This layered ring from Chantecler Capri is all you really need to know about the Italian institution. Consider its focal point, a natural inclusion free peridot formed into a perfect sun drop. We’ve never seen anything like it. Spend some time on their website and you will find equally daring and playful pieces. This particular ring is a now retired iteration of their Campanelle line which explores the motif of bells. During the final year of World War II Chantecler, the company’s founder and original goldsmith, was inspired by the story of St. Michael Archangel and his defeat of Satan. He designed and created a bronze bell as a symbol of good luck and peace that he intended to have conveyed to US President Roosevelt. The island of Capri and the American soldiers in the “Rest Camp” on the island, were so taken with the idea the bell became a favorite souvenir and good luck charm. This Campanelle is more stylized than the current offering. It hangs from the ring on a white gold diamond encrusted handle that allows it to swing slightly during wear. The ring itself is double banded with the bell hanging from a high polished yellow gold band. The other is brightly rhodium enhanced white gold that has been French set with diamonds across its top half. All told the premium quality 9.5 gram 18 karat ring is set with 0.25 carats of SI-H round brilliant cut diamonds. Estate price for this like new designer statement ring $1,890.00 CAD. Stock #e13321.
Something few people know about tanzanite is that it naturally forms brown. It is through exposure to heat that it takes on a blueberry colour. Some mined tanzanite will come out of the ground that colour because they were exposed to sufficient natural heat. Most are coloured by artisan miners using a bed of hot coals and a primitive blowtorch. But the final colour is up to the gem as it can take on any colour from yellow, pink, green, grey, blue, or violet. The intensely saturated colour seen in this 2.13 carat spearhead shaped brilliant cut tanzanite is one of the most desirable. The unique center has been shouldered by starbursts of tapered baguette cut diamonds. The 0.15 carats of VS-J diamonds finish the ring off with a final touch of drama that draws the eye toward the center. The 4.2 gram ring has been cast from 14 karat yellow gold to help it blend into the finger during wear. Estate price for this statement ring $840.00 CAD. Stock #e13320.
Hurry up. Spot plus only 5% on fractional bullion and NO tax never happens. These smaller gold coins usually trade at the current bullion “spot” price plus 10 to 15%. Not only is spot plus 5% a great price, the coin is untouched in its foam lined plastic container. This isn’t the rarest coin but that doesn’t mean they’re easy to find. We hardly ever have anything other than the full 1 ounce versions for sale. At the moment, finding any 9999 gold bullion coin or bar is very difficult in the current corona virus economy. When you do find one expect to pay 10% or more over the current gold trading price. Those who have them usually squirrel them away and are always on the lookout for more. First come first serve on this coin. We only have this 1 so don’t waste time thinking about it. Call us at 705 728 3343 or email us info@BillLeBoeufJewellers.com right now! Please add 2% for credit card payment. Stock #e13531.
A much purer purple in person this cabochon cut amethyst is made more vibrant by its icy binding. There really is nothing like brightly rhodium enhanced white gold for setting off colour in gems. Especially when stitched with a delicate line of small round brilliant cut diamonds of I1-I quality. The 0.20 carats combined weight add a twinkle to the rolling gloss of the amethyst. The 14 karat pendant measures a substantial 24mm and its bail has been artfully integrated into the design as to not disturb its graceful flow. It hangs from a 24 inch long wheat link chain with an easy to fasten lobster catch. Estate price for this 18.8 gram total weight amulet $1,050.00 CAD. Stock #e13322.
This is a current offering from one of our favorite jewellers. Here’s how they describe it themselves as taken from the Tiffany website; “Inspired by the iconic key ring first introduced in 1969, the Return to Tiffany collection is a classic reinvented. A delicate duo of heart tags on a simple link chain exudes sophistication and elegance.” This item retails for $205.00 at the Tiffany boutique, and can be seen online here. Each sterling silver heart measures a petite 10mm wide, suspended from the classic Tiffany cable link 16 inch necklace. Perfect condition complete with outer box, travel pouch, display tab and cleaning/care card. Estate priced at $123.00 CAD. Stock #e13245