lazuli


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an azure blue semiprecious stone

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In both paintings, traces of lapis lazuli were found, proving that blue paint from the same era was used in both paintings.
A lapis lazuli orb decorated with the cross of Edward the Confessor, the English king who was made a saint.
Pocket watches, wristwatches with Tiger's eye and Lapis Lazuli dials, watches with precious stones, watches made specially for rulers in and around the Middle East and much more are on show.
The Pope gave the Queen a sphere made of lapis lazuli, a deep blue semi-precious stone, topped with the silver cross of St Edward for her eight-month-old great-grandson, Prince George of Cambridge.
The Pope presented a lapis lazuli orb to the royal couple as a gift for eight-month-old Prince George with the inscription on the base "Pope Francis, to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge".
The Pope presented a lapis lazuli orb to the royal couple, decorated with a silver cross of Edward the Confessor, the 11th Century English King who was made a saint, as a gift for eight-month-old Prince George with the inscription on the base "Pope Francis, to His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge".
They have also added a second wonderful electric blue shade to their Goddess Eye Pencil range with the Lazuli Blue.
The Jules Rimet Trophy, which was named after the French lawyer who was the third president of FIFA and also the one who initiated the World Cup competition, was made of gold plated sterling silver and lapis lazuli, a deep blue semi-precious stone.
Then, timepieces were created with lapis lazuli, opal, malachite and other assorted semi- precious stones.
Featuring 370 carats of semi-precious Lapis Lazuli, each smooth, polished nugget of deep blue Lapis Lazuli is interspersed with a gold-plated bead.
The Egyptian clock, known as the "Temple Gate" clock, was designed by Cartier in 1927 and was inspired by the Karnak temple in Luxor, embellished with mother of pearl and lapis lazuli.
Species like the Black-backed Woodpecker, Mountain Bluebird, and Lazuli Bunting are some of the many species that benefit from wildfire.
The jewelry and other objects worn by the women--including elaborate headdresses, necklaces, and bracelets made of lapis lazuli, gold, and carnelian--are among the exhibition's highlights.
The iron was strung into a necklace together with other exotic minerals such as lapis lazuli, gold and carnelian.
The nine small beads come from two burial sites dated to around 3,200 BC, where they were found in necklaces along with exotic terrestrial minerals such as lapis lazuli, agate and gold.