At Baozi Jewellery, we believe the value of gemstones is not defined by what the marketing campaign tells you, but the intimate relationships between you and the gemstones. Diamond is not the only standard; you can set your own standard of what’s truly valuable to you.
Jewellery is a sentimental extension of who you are, a breathing history, a wearable art. Thus, Baozi Jewellery carefully sourced a wide range of exotic gemstones and precious wood from all over the world, each of which has its own character, just like you. When you are selecting among the pieces of Baozi Jewellery, we hope you find yourself traveling to where the jewellery gemstone comes from and find something deeply connected with your heart.
You can set your own standard of what’s truly valuable to you.
Here are some exotic gemstones and precious wood brought to you by Baozi Jewellery:
In the funeral mask of Tutankhamun (1341–1323 BCE), lapis lazuli was used for the eyebrows of the young Pharaoh.
Found in Medieval artifact, such as Jewel-set vase carved from red-and-yellow jasper from Germany of early 17th century.
The stone was granulated and used as a pigment in The Portrait of Lady with a Squirrel by German Renaissance painter, Hans Holbein the Younger.
It has also been called "water-sapphire" and "Vikings' Compass" because of its usefulness in determining the direction of the sun on overcast days, the Vikings having used it for this purpose. This works by determining the direction of polarisation of the sky overhead.
Muhki Rudraksha Seed
Rudraksha seeds exhibit pharmacological properties that include anti-inflammatory, analgesic, sedative, antidepressant, anti-asthmatic, hypoglycemic, antihypertensive, smooth muscle relaxant, hydrocholeretic, antiulcerogenic, and anticonvulsant
Sandalwood scent is believed by some to transform one's desires and maintain a person's alertness while in meditation.
As we keep traveling around the world, we will bring more exotic gemstones and wood. What’s the next discovery?