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18ct White Gold Shared Claw Diamond Eternity Ring 12=0.50ct
Coloured Stone Rings
Sapphire and Diamond Cluster Ring set in 18ct yellow and white gold, sapphires equalling 0.40ct, centre diamond 0.11ct HSI, 12 surrounding diamonds equalling 0.72ct
18ct Yellow Gold Diamond Ring with 27 diamonds totalling 0.23ct GSI
18ct White Gold Diamond and Red Enamel Bar and Chain Link Bracelet, 5 round brilliant diamonds with total weight 0.25ct GSI
Sterling Silver Solid Curb Link Padlock Bracelet – 11mm wide
Sterling Silver Solid Curb Link Padlock Bracelet
South Sea pearl and chain necklet, 5 Fine near round 11-12mm pearls on fine 18ct yellow gold trace chain 57cm
18ct White Gold Bezel Set Diamond Slider Pendant on Fine Trace Chain, round brilliant diamond 0.50ct GSI
18ct white gold South Sea Pearl and Diamond Drop Earrings with Two Bezel Set Diamonds . Pearls 10.5mm Diamonds 0.10ct
Coloured Stone Earrings
18ct White Gold Emerald Cut Aquamarine Cluster Stud Earrings A 2=3.71ct D 44=0.43
Coloured Stone Brooches
Vintage Purple And Green Enamel Brooch With Diamond Pillin. American Circa 1900
Original Edwardian Diamond And Sapphire Hand Pierced Brooch With Millegrained Borders 64 Old Cuts Approx 3.00Ct And 6 Scissor Cut Sapphires Set In Platinum
Platinum Diamond Double Clip Circa 1940 70 diamonds approx 2.00ct
Silver Plated Gilt Inside Fine Handle Christening Cup
“Purity, beauty and value are the inseparable qualities of fine diamonds. As a gem, the diamond is incomparable, as a gift, the diamond occupies a sphere which is distinctly its own, as its world wide preference down the ages amply testifies.”
So said expert jeweller William Mercer Catanach in 1920.
George William Catanach created the Catanach’s brand in Melbourne 140 years ago, with the premise that quality and beauty must go hand in hand when crafting a piece of fine jewellery. His legacy has continued for over five generations, with Amanda and David Catanach the current custodians of this iconic Melbourne jewellery house.
Catanach’s is located in one of Melbourne’s prime antique precinct. High Street Armadale has long been associated with high end retail, a perfect Melbourne location for a jewellery store such as Catanach’s. Boasting the best range of coloured stones in the country and renowned for searching the world for the very best stones for its customers.
Catanach’s also have a wide collection of lustrous Australian and pearls, born in the clean turquoise waters of Broome, Western Australia. Catanach’s have strong links with this out back town, and offer a huge choice of cultured and keshi pearls.
Catanach’s Jewellers are the proud makers of the Caulfield Cup, and have a long association with the Melbourne Racing Club, both as a sponsor and trophy maker. They also support many charity race days, both metropolitan and country.
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