For Argyle and Muzo, the Third Time Is ‘Majestique’
Date postedApril 29, 2022
Original article found here in National Jeweler.
The third collaborative collection featuring stones from the two famed mines features 10 one-of-a-kind pieces.
New York—For the third time, gemstones from two of the world’s most well-known mines are being combined into a collection of one-of-a-kind pieces.
Earlier this week, Muzo Emerald Colombia and Argyle Pink Diamond revealed “The Green Jewel Majestique,” a collection of 10 pieces featuring no-oil emeralds from the Muzo mine and pink diamonds from the now-closed Argyle Diamond Mine in Western Australia, all set in 18-karat gold with colorless diamonds.
John Glajz, an Australian jeweler based in Singapore who is an Argyle Pink Diamonds Authorized Partner, has headed the concept, design, and creation of all three collections, which started with “The Green Jewel Collection” and was followed by the aptly named “The Green Jewel Collection Encore.”
Of the release of The Green Jewel Majestique, he said: “It has been my pleasure and privilege to be involved in the concept, design and creation of all three Green Jewel Collections.
“Two of nature’s rarities, the mesmerizing Muzo emeralds and the alluring Argyle pink diamonds, are once again brought together through the continuation of a unique collaboration.”