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Jesse Jewelry celebrates her 20th anniversary

It all started twenty years ago in our present shop at the Beethovenstraat in Amsterdam. Luciënne Jesse had her own ideas about jewelry, more progressive then what was available at that time. ''So I will have to do it myself'' was her idea and so it happened. From the start her shop with jewelry produced by her workshop was a big success. Fresh, renewing, and challenging as never seen before. Daring combination of materials and typical jewelry with big colored stones but still wearable, ...

Jesse Team is back at work!

We hope to see you soon.

 

Seen on the red carpet in Cannes

These beauty’s have been spotted on the red carpet in Cannes. They are 18K white gold eardrops set with topaz and diamond. Made by hand in our atelier.

 

The ring and the stone in our advertisement in het Financieel Dagblad…

Again after so many positive responses at our advertisement in FD I thought it would be nice to tell a little more about this design and the stone.

Like al our designs this ring is also made from 18 karat redgold. The stone is a spessertite or also named a mandarine garnet, and is part of the garnet group.

You can recognise it because of the stunning deep colour and it is very hard to get it in this high quality. What for me is important in my ring design is that all is worked out ...

Tourmaline

We love tourmaline as you can see in the picture. Tourmaline comes in all different colours, but you will also find tourmalines with more colours in one stone. In this picture three of our rings set with two or three tourmalines.

 

Just arrived

Just arrived these eardrop with fresh spring colors.

Maintenance of your jewellery

Cleaning:

To clean your jewellery is pretty easy to do yourself. If you leave your jewellery in a glass of lukewarm water with some dishwash liquid (no lime or lemon) and some ammonia for a night, you will see that everything looks so much better the next morning. You can then polish it with a soft toothbrush and rinse it afterwards thoroughly so all the soap disappears. Dry it with a soft cloth and if you can’t reach all   with a cloth then use a blow dryer so it ...
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