Artipol offers the largest selection of jewelry in silver and gilt decorated with natural stones in France. All models are available in several stones and our rings in all sizes. The stones of our jewelry are natural and selected with the utmost care.
We are a European tradition. Our jewelry is made with selected natural stones and silver or vermeil 925/1000 (minimum 5 microns, 18 karat gold) stamped and certified.
Artipol mainly wholesales silver jewelry for professionals. We also practice the consignment system silver jewelry for shops.For Professionals
Beautiful cabochons and gorgeous facets.
The Lapis-Lazuli proposed in the numerous Artipol jewels is a mineral composed of calcium, silicon, aluminum, suffer and oxygen, but also calcite, sodalite and pyrite. The pyrite presents naturally in the Lapis-Lazuli influences not at all its quality. Selected stones are natural and colorized. The Artipol jewels in Lapis-Lazuli have no all a finish in rhodium and few faceted models.
Lazulis-Lapis natural cabochon and faceted
Artipol proposes silver rings Lapis-Lazuli, silver bracelets Lapis-Lazuli of the silver pendants Lapis Lazuli as well as silver earrings Lapis-Lazuli. The etymology comes from "Azure", in reminder in its recognizable opaque blue color. The main deposit of the Lapis-Lazuli of Artipol comes from Afghanistan.
Artipol chooses the stone of Garnet of series pyrope-almandin from the Madagascar deposits. The Garnet of Artipol is a clean stone, its color is natural and intense.
Natural faceted garnets
The Garnet is only used for jewels faceted to emphasize its beauty. There are silver rings Garnet, silver pendants Garnet as well as silver earrings Garnet.
Artipol also proposes jewels in gold Garnet 18 carats of gold 5 microns, what allows the jewels Artipol to possess the naming "vermeil" punched V, so respecting the French standards.
Concerning its etymology, up to the Middle Ages, the Garnet is called "Carbunculus", hinting at its red looking back on the blazing coal. The name "Garnet" appeared afterward for its shape and the color of grains of pomegranate. This fine stone is often used in the industry and in geology.