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Flora and fauna offer an extraordinary variety of shapes and colors. Yet different shades of green are not only found in vegetation, but in those hidden treasures of nature to which precious gemstones belong. The Peridot, known to the Romans as the “evening emerald” is primarily found in Myanmar. It comes in yellow and brownish shades of green, as well as in an olive tone, from which its second name, the Olivine, is derived. The Tsavorit - belonging to the Garnet family of gems - is remarkable for its bright, fresh tones from deep blue-green to forest green. This grossularite, which mainly comes from Kenya, is a wonderful example of pure nature with its stunning color saturation and radiance. The Tourmaline gets its name from the Singhalese „turmali“, meaning „colorful” or “red/brown stone“ and is mainly found in Brazil, Madagascar and Namibia. Its nuances range from pink to red and from green and blue to shades of yellow, making each and every gem unique. The blue-green Paraiba To
TULIP ring small Peridot - please contact our Customer Service
LILY ring green Tourmaline - please contact our Customer Service
Peridot
Moonstones are very individual gems, be it in color nuance or that special shine - just like moonlight on a glistening surface. Our moonstones are sourced in Southern India. They go through a long and careful selection process until we have the perfect shades we need. All are carefully cut by our expert supplier who brings out the best of that wonderful moonstone shine. We combine all shades of magical moonstones in two of our famous Color Stories: CAMEL for soft toffee and beige tones, and CASHMERE where shades of g
They are playful, they are versatile and they tempt to collect - MIKADO pendants! Our MIKADO pendants are an essential piece of the TAMARA COMOLLI collections. Available in three sizes, these acorn shaped charms add the perfect finishing touch to any outfit. Choose from an endless palette of gemstones and Diamonds. The medium und large size MIKADO pendants are also available with a so-called "fariy" cap. A gold setting with gently curved drop holes. You can choose between the plain or a fairy cap when you are looking
Peridot Green Peridot is our gem of the month in September. Light and deep shades of natural green remind us of summer meadows. Fine, natural inclusions in the gems makes peridot jewelry truly unique. Origin As early as 1500 B.C. Peridot was found on Zebirget, an island in the Red Sea. Today, it is sourced in countries as varied as Brazil, Australia, USA, China, Pakistan, Myanmar, Kenya and Norway. History The name is derived from the Greek “peridona”, meaning “giving plenty” and from the Arab “faridat”,
Peridot - Gem of the month August
Peridot - Gem of the month August
TUPLIP rings
TUPLIP rings
BOUTON ring Diamond and Peridot
BOUTON ring Diamond and Peridot
#acornsaroundtheworld Our typical little acorns conquers the hotspots worldwide. Either in New York, the Hamptons, Istanbul, Amsterdam or on Mykonos, our favourite MIKADO pendants portray every location in a special way. Follow us on Instagram and experience the world of TAMARA COMOLLI. Share your foto with us by tagging it with #acornsaroundtheworld or send it to: socialmedia@tamaracomolli.com. Inspiration Discover our favorite MIKADO pendant combinations or create your individual combination.

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