Pearls, diamonds and precious stones are carefully selected from the very best destinations in the world.
Our skilled goldsmiths have even composed the three colours, Gold, White Gold and Pink Gold. All colours are created to suit each other perfectly and they compliment all skin tones. In addition, we also use 925 Sterling silver and oxidized silver for an edgy look.
Diamonds have always been a subject of great admiration - and are the most coveted and prestigious of all precious stones. Most natural diamonds are formed at high temperature and pressure at depths of 140 to 190 kilometres in the Earth's mantle and are the hardest known natural material, consisting of only one mineral: Carbon.
Diamonds come in many sizes, shapes, colours, and with various characteristics and its value is determined by four factors, known as the 4 C’s: Carat, Clarity, Colour and Cut.
At Dulong Fine Jewelry, we work only with the best and renowned suppliers and carefully select the diamonds used in our jewelry to ensure the optimum expression. We work primarily with brilliant cut diamonds, which is also the most widely used cut of diamonds for jewelry.
For our Kharisma pendants, Pacific and Piccolo collections, we have selected gemstones that have not been artificially enhanced and coloured. In stead, we select natural gemstones that stand out with their unique personality and unusual colour palettes. We go all over the world to find our materials, bring them back to Denmark and let our goldsmiths use their craft to unlock their secrets and let them come to life. The stones come with silky soft surfaces, which cover inner lives of naturally erupted patterns, enticing lights and appetizing colours.
Vesuvian, named after the Italian volcano Vesuvius, where the gemstone was first found and described, has a deep dusty green colour like the deepest forest lake.
Steeped with history and mystery, turquoise is truly a captivating stone and is by many cultures considered a sacred stone due to its clear and pure colour, which invites tranquillity. Its beautiful colour is reminiscent of the colours of the sea and sky; whoever chooses a turquoise is sure to enjoy a piece of Heaven... on Earth.
Spinel is a gemstone with a variety of wonderful colours ranging from red tones to the deep black colour, which is the colour that we use in the collection. Black spinel is without equal when it comes to black gemstones. The colour is pure black with no secondary tones. The lustrous glossy polish is like the finest ebony piano key and creates a feeling of being able to look into the stone.
Rose quartz is one of the many quartz varieties used as a gem material. It gets its name from its delicate pink colour, which ranges from very light to medium-dark. Its beautiful light and bright pink hue gives a feminine touch and is said to bring harmony, love and peace – which is also why it is typically known as the “stone of love”.
Aquamarine is the green-blue to blue variety of the mineral beryl. Named after seawater, aquamarine’s fresh watery hue is like a cool plunge into a refreshing pool of blue water and is as breath taking as the clear blue sky. Its vibrant feminine colour compliments every skin tone.
Named for its moon-like sheen, moonstone has a soft, watery opaqueness in a delicate blue/grey flattering shade. Moonstone’s delicate beauty and its long-established heritage make it perhaps one of the most used of all gemstones. Legends say that moonstone brings good luck.
Lapis lazuli is a deep blue gemstone valued for its intense colour, which is at once classic and glamorous. The gem was treasured by the ancient civilizations that valued it for its vivid, exquisite colour, and prized it as much as they prized other blue gems like sapphire and turquoise.
The name Rhodochrosite comes from the Greek Rhodes, meaning, “rose,” and khros, meaning “colour,” and refers to its vivid pink to rose-red colour. The allure of Rhodochrosite is undeniable, both for its raspberry-pink to rose-red colour, and for the pulsating electrical energy of love it emits.
The corals in our collection originate from the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Corals are extremely flattering on the skin and subject to a very special fascination - the perfect embodiment of our longing for summer, sun and far-off oceans
Please note, that Corals – like Pearls - are organic and can be harmed by contact with many chemicals found in household cleaners, perfumes, cosmetics and hair care products of all kinds.
The finest quality pearls have been highly valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for many centuries. All pearls used in Dulong Fine Jewelry are handpicked and carefully selected to achieve the most exquisite quality, lustre, shape and size. In the collection we use two types of pearls.
Freshwater pearls form in freshwater mussels, in lakes, rivers, ponds and other sources of fresh water. Freshwater pearls have a beautiful luminous lustre, which brings out the delicacy of their colouring and compliments the skin beautifully, and their unique charm will last you a lifetime.
Please note, that Freshwater pearls are organic and can be harmed by contact with many chemicals found in household cleaners, perfumes, cosmetics and hair care products of all kinds.
The exotic black pearls from the Black-lip pearl oyster, are more commonly known as Tahitian pearls. These pearls are often referred to as black, but have a remarkable colour range that covers the spectrum - from light, creamy white and grey, to regal greens, iridescent peacock and deep black. The black Tahitian pearl is also called ”Queen of the night” and is one of the most exclusive pearls, which will be sure to add glamour and elegance to any look.