Like a mirror in the lake, and like a lake in the mirror, it symbolizes a peaceful state of mind. There are lots of beautiful legends about the lake, on the land of England, among the Arthurian romances, there is a Lady of the Lake, who is known as the source of power for King Arthur, for she gives him his sword; on the land of Tibet, there is a lake so clear and bright that it reflects the vast sky like a mirror, people see it as a source of life and vitality.
Throughout history, the Emerald has been a symbol for the royal and the rich. Legend has it that the Emerald brings a lifetime of peace and happiness. The Chinese Emperors in the Ming and Qing dynasties favored the Emerald. For this specific kind of precious stones, the famous Egyptian Queen – Cleopatra ordered her people to dig till the mines were emptied In Greek mythology, Venus the goddess of love falls in love with the Emerald. The mystical power of this majestic green has enchanted hearts in different ages and time zones. Here, the main stone of the necklace is a 48.25ct emerald, those of the pair of earrings are respectively a 5.48ct emerald and a 6.57ct emerald, and that of the ring is a 25.22ct emerald. Every emerald lover shall be amazed by the harmonic tone of the precious pieces put together, for each of them shines in a spring-filled gleam so bright and beautiful.
There is a lady by the lake, whose flair is so fair that none can compete with her. Wallace Chan is especially fond of expressing a person’s aura through precious stones, and expressing how precious the stones are through the wearer’s aura. A clear lake symbolizes peace of mind, and a pure heart is a bright mirror. The extraordinary craftsmanship of Wallace Chan creates this philosophical piece with a touch of the early 20th century Art Deco style. Symmetry of geometry is adopted here to compose a sense of elegance, delicacy and modernity, but at the same time there is the glamour of an elaborated European castle. A rhythm is created by Wallace Chan with dots, lines and shapes, in addition to this, the gemstones are set with gemstones here, as Wallace Chan uses a tiny diamond to set the main stone on each corner, demonstrating extraordinary courage and an adventurous attitude. On each side as well as the back of each main stone, amethyst is set so the purple plays with the green, like a waltzing couple they mingle and part, and mingle and part again, nourishing each other’s dance steps. Now if you look at the necklace, and the carving on the ring, you see that underneath all the fabulous stones there is titanium, tamed by the jewelry master to be as smooth, elegant and lively as the steps of a ballerina.
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