Driving across the savanna in Tanzania, you can't help but feel connected to the Earth. Nature surrounds you and seems to expand for a million miles in every direction. The trees are greener, the skies are bluer and you are constantly aware that danger lurks somewhere in that sea of tall grass. I remember that safari trip vividly and I've never been in a place that had me feeling so alive and so small at the same time.
It's no surprise that some of the world's most interesting stones are found buried in Africa. You won't find a greater variety anywhere on the planet. Each one is unique, but it's almost impossible to hope that we could bring them all to you. But that doesn't mean we won't try.
Our latest find is the stunning stone called Zulu Blue. A cousin of chalcedony and a dead ringer for turquoise, our Zulu Blue Collection celebrates the ancient intersection of geology and geometry. Every smooth square tells a story. Unique markings, colors and patterns read like an ancient map from the beginning of time. Each piece was eons in the making.
The Zulu Blue Bracelet makes a bold statement with 160 carats of the blue-green stone, set between gold-finished spacers. Partnered with the matching necklace and earrings, it makes for a dramatic presentation. Equal parts modern and prehistoric, the Zulu Blue Collection delivers a big look from a big place... for a small price.