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"Love is sharing, it makes us all happier" This is the slogan proposed by Boite D'Or for this charity initiative! By purchasing one of these chokers proposed in two different versions, you can help mothers and children of the village of Morosolo in the province of Varese.

€164.84

"Love is sharing, it makes us all happier" This is the slogan proposed by Boite D'Or for this charity initiative! By purchasing one of these chokers proposed in two different versions, you can help mothers and children of the village of Morosolo in the province of Varese.

€164.84
€3,383.60

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,383.60
€3,036.57

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,036.57
€3,210.08

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,210.08
€3,296.84

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,296.84
€3,210.08

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,210.08
€1,865.32

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€1,865.32
€3,036.57

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,036.57
€3,730.64

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,730.64
€2,472.63

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€2,472.63
€4,815.13

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€4,815.13
€3,079.95

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,079.95
€4,945.26

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€4,945.26
€3,904.16

Since the discovery thousands of years ago, pearls have captured our hearts and souls with their pure beauty. The rarity of naturally formed pearls has given new insights to the imagination, allowing it to find new methods of cultivating pearls for our simple pleasure. In the crystalline waters of the South Pacific, the discovery of a beautiful natural pearl found in the abalone species of New Zealand, triggered the desire of a man to continue the tradition of pearls but under another shade ... the blue one. The abalone is a graceful sea snail, with a large central muscular foot and a shell full of vivid and shimmering colors inside. There are over one hundred different abalone species in the different oceanic worlds of the earth, and the original species of New Zealand is called Paua. The Paua, or Haliotis Iris, are found only in the cold crystalline waters near the shores of New Zealand, and it is precisely these creatures that possess the widest range of colors and iridescence of any other abalone shell. In New Zealand the fishing of Paua is regulated by strict legislation, in fact only a certain quantity of paua can be captured each year. Also in this case the only accepted collection method is by free immersion, without oxygen tanks. Only a paua in five produces a marketable pearl, and only one in fifty from a perfect pearl, with intense and refined colors, a "mirror" finish, and a perfectly smooth surface. According to world standards, the blue pearl brings a new freshness that does not find equal in color, shine and iridescence. ... but there's more. The individuality of the person wearing this gem is reflected in the uniqueness of each blue pearl

€3,904.16