Seen on the runway of Charles Youssef and M.PATMOS, rose quartz is the colour of the season. Translated into jewellery collections from a range of brands, rose quartz stones are appearing on rings, bracelets, earrings and necklaces everywhere. Dating back to 7000 BC, the stone was crafted by the Assyrians. Once believed to hold magical powers, the Egyptians and Romans used rose quartz to signify ownership and prevent aging. Although we'd love to believe this rose quartz jewellery stops us from getting crow's feet, instead you can use yours to add style to day or night looks.
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