Cocktail Ring

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Learn about the origin of the cocktail ring, what makes it so special and beautiful statement cocktail ring designs by THOMAS SABO.

The bezel in jewellery

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The bezel is a metal ring that holds the gemstone in its setting. Learn all about this jewellery component and its functions.

Pavé setting

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The characteristic feature of a pavé setting is the assembly of many tiny gemstones - often consisted of diamonds - which are set closely together in a jewellery piece.

UV 400: Eyewear-Protection for your sensible eyes

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On May 2nd, we present to you our very first THOMAS SABO Eyewear Collection: Our high-quality retro-style sunglasses complete your summer look, while also protecting your eyes from dangerous ultraviolet rays, thanks to the integrated UV 400 protection

E is for EASY-TO-RELEASE

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Thanks to the special EASY TO RELEASE function, the stainless steel bracelets of each CODE TS watch can be released from the housing very easily by finger pressure. Then the housing is provided with a few handles on both sides with spring bars, through which - depending on the mood of the day or the corresponding outfit - a colored NATO strap can be pulled, which gives the clock a new style statement. We show you step-by-step how it works!

M is for Milanese metal bracelet

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Milanese metal bracelets are recognizable at first glance for their characteristic mesh structure. This is the result of the artful interweaving of single metal wires into a tight mesh weave, a work that requires high levels of craftsmanship. "Milanese" derives from Milan, as the fine mesh is a modern interpretation of a design developed in the Italian city at the end of the 19th century. Milanese straps are unrivalled in their elegance, smoothness and comfort: their solidity makes them perfect to be used as watch bracelets and, thanks to their flexibility, they adapt perfectly to the wrist and feel silky on the skin.

A is for Abalone

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Also known as the "opal of the sea", abalone mother-of-pearl is a colourfully dazzling organic material extracted from the inside of conch shells. The name mother-of-pearl is derived from the Middle Latin term. Since abalone mother-of-pearl is a natural product, uneven surfaces and different colour variations ranging from green to violet are among the quality features of this material, which is very popular in jewellery design.

P is for Mother of Pearl

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Mother of pearl: Shimmering beauty : The term mother of pearl refers to the inner, iridescent nacre coating deposited inside the shell of oysters and other mollusks. This shimmery layer is made up of a blend of minerals that are secreted by these sea animals and is built to protect them from external dangers.The beams of light that strike the mother of pearl create its characteristic multi-colored effect and characteristic glow that is optically similar to other moon gemstones. As the birthstone of June babies, mother-of-pearl is said to have numerous healing powers. For example, it is believed to have relieving powers on inflammation, to strengthen sensory organs and have a positive effect on emotional balance. In addition to its use in fashion and jewellery, the shimmering mother-of-pearl is also used to decorate valuable works of art and musical instruments. It was also represented in casinos in the form of game chips up until the 19th century.

D is for Diamond

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"Diamonds are a girl´s best friend" – Diamonds capture the light and reflect every ray with an incomparable sparkle. This is made possible by the characteristic cuts as the brilliant cut. Shaped within the Earth by the greatest pressure and heat more than three billion years ago, the diamond (from the Greek: "the indomitable") became the hardest of all stones.