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Natural vs Synthetic

Hello :) Today we want to share with you some facts and info to help you understand the difference between  natural and synthetic gemstones.Many people don't realize that majority of the natural gemstones are treated in the lab after they are mined. If you think about Tanzanite, for example, you will have an image of stunning purple-blue gemstone, but the truth is that this amazingly beautiful color is a result of a heat treatment in the lab. Most of the jewellery, which has affordable prices…See More
Mar 11
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Silver handcrafted ring "Masis"

"Not every piece of wood will become a ladle, nor every mountain Masis" armenian proverbAnd not every piece of silver becomes a meaningful ring :)#identecostore #silverring #ring #handmade #armenianjewelleryincyprus #armenian #masis #armeniansymbol…
Feb 16
IDenteco commented on IDenteco's blog post Armenians and Valentine's day
"Thank you very much, Thelma. Very happy to hear :)"
Feb 13
Thelma commented on IDenteco's blog post Armenians and Valentine's day
"Hello Identeco Jewellery. I always enjoy reading your posts and admiring your lovely jewellery."
Feb 13
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Feb 12
IDenteco posted a blog post

Armenians and Valentine's day

Did you know that meanwhile people all over the world celebrate their Valentine's day on 14th of February, Armenians  have their own holiday devoted to the lovers. It is celebrated 63 days before Easter and  it is called Sourb Sargis (Saint Sargis). St. Sargis is the patron of loving couples. There are number of traditions that many Armenians follow on that day. Usually the night before the holiday single young women eat very salty pancake right before going to sleep and it is believed that the…See More
Feb 12
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Armenian symbol of eternity

http://www.identecojewellery.com/single-post/2017/01/12/Armenian-symbol-of-eternityArmenian symbol of eternity or Arevakhach (Sun cross) is an ancient Armenian symbol. It represents time, recurrence, universe and the eternal motion of life.This is probably the most popular symbol in Armenia and can be found in every corner. You can spot it in our logo as well.  Armenian…See More
Jan 17
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Introduction to Armenian jewellery

 Traditional Armenian jewellery has centuries-long history. Armenian women always liked wearing a lot of jewellery to match their colourful Armenian folk costumes called “Taraz”. Most of the jewellery was handmade of silver, it is passed from generation to generation.One of the essential items for an Armenian woman in ancient times was a silver belt. It was usually decorated by turquoise, coral, amber or other semi-precious stones. Some considered a belt to be protection from sickness and other…See More
Dec 27, 2016
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Natural vs Synthetic

Posted on March 11, 2017 at 13:32 0 Comments

Hello :)

 

Today we want to share with you some facts and info to help you understand the difference between  natural and synthetic gemstones.

Many people don't realize that majority of the natural gemstones are treated in the lab after they are mined. If you think about Tanzanite, for example, you will have an image of stunning purple-blue gemstone, but the truth is that this…

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Armenians and Valentine's day

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 20:32 2 Comments

Did you know that meanwhile people all over the world celebrate their Valentine's day on 14th of February, Armenians  have their own…

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Introduction to Armenian jewellery

Posted on December 27, 2016 at 20:35 0 Comments

 Traditional Armenian jewellery has centuries-long history. Armenian women always liked wearing a lot of jewellery to match their colourful Armenian folk costumes called “Taraz”. Most of the jewellery was handmade of silver, it is passed from generation to generation.

One of the essential items for an Armenian woman in ancient times was a silver belt. It was usually decorated by turquoise, coral, amber or other semi-precious stones. Some considered a belt…

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