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In the realm of exquisite jewelry craftsmanship, G.P.Grant holds a special place, crafting collections of refined adornments where design becomes the embodiment of unique style and unmistakable individuality.

Our atelier offers a broad range of jewelry, including exclusive cufflinks, rings, bracelets, pendants, and more, each infused with unparalleled aesthetics and exceptional craftsmanship.

We take pride in the fact that our creations come to life in the Goldstadt (Golden City) of Pforzheim, Germany, where centuries-old traditions and the highest standards of jewelry art become integral to our creative process. Here, every detail carries significance, and intricate clasps on cufflinks are not just embellishments but expressions of individuality and sophistication.

Our passion for design aligns seamlessly with unwavering commitment to quality and attention to detail. In every curve, in every precious gemstone setting, we see an opportunity to create a work of art destined to radiate brilliance for eternity.

In the realm of G.P.Grant's exclusive jewelry, every piece is meticulously crafted to tell a story of elegance and distinction. From intricately designed cufflinks featuring special clasps to rings adorned with rare gemstones, each creation reflects our dedication to pushing the boundaries of craftsmanship.

Our artisans, driven by a passion for perfection, bring to life a diverse range of designs, ensuring that each piece is not merely an accessory but a statement of refined taste. We believe that true luxury lies in the details, and our jewelry collections are a testament to this philosophy.

Whether you seek a timeless ring, a distinctive pendant, or a set of cufflinks that seamlessly blend sophistication with functionality, G.P.Grant's exclusive jewelry offers a curated selection that transcends trends, promising enduring beauty and unmatched quality. Immerse yourself in a world where every piece is a masterpiece, and every adornment becomes a symbol of your unique style and discerning taste.

Discover a world of unique jewelry, where style, luxury, and individuality intertwine in perfect harmony.

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All the jewellery line products are classified into:


  •  with the use of silver finished with gold or rhodium - precious metal of platinum group and others



  • using noble metals

  • using gemstones as lazuli, tiger’s eye, mother of pearl, jasper, greenstone, malachite, etc.


  • using solid gold and platinum

  • using precious stones as diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, etc.

  • order of items based on the wishes of the client using different gemstones and precious stones, precious metals personalization

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Mother of Pearl. Origin: Japan, Persian Gulf

Mother of Pearl, also known as nacre, is the lustrous inner shell coating found in mollusks that produce pearls. These mollusks typically have three layers to their shell structure. The outermost layer is called the periostracum, followed by a layer of calcite, and the innermost layer is the nacre or mother-of-pearl. This smooth and iridescent part of the shell is produced by the mollusk's mantle as it grows.

The use of Mother of Pearl dates back thousands of years and has a rich history. It was utilized by ancient civilizations like the Egyptians and Sumerians for various purposes. Some of the finest Mother of Pearl is sourced from regions like Japan and the Persian Gulf, where the mollusks produce high-quality nacre with its characteristic iridescence. This exquisite material has been treasured for its beauty and has been incorporated into art, jewelry, and other decorative items throughout history.

Mother of Pearl. Origin: Japan, Persian Gulf

Royal Blue Lapis Lazuli. Origin: Afghanistan

Royal blue lapis lazuli is the gem variety of the mineral lazurite and is renowned for its stunning opaque beauty. This sodium and aluminum mineral is quite complex in its composition. In ancient times, it was often referred to as "sapphires." Lapis lazuli is found in only a few major deposits worldwide, making it a rare and highly prized gemstone.

The most sought-after lapis lazuli exhibits a deep, nearly blackish blue color that is much richer than turquoise and more intense than other blue gemstones like sodalite or azurite. Pyrite, a commonly associated mineral, is frequently scattered throughout lapis lazuli specimens, creating a striking contrast of rich blue and bright brassy gold. This combination of deep blue and golden pyrite gives lapis lazuli its distinctive and captivating appearance, making it a treasured gemstone with a rich history of use in art and jewelry.

Royal Blue Lapis Lazuli. Origin: Afghanistan

Malachite. Origin: Russia, Ural Mountains

Malachite, with its vibrant green color and unique banded patterns, has been cherished as a gemstone for thousands of years and continues to be popular in contemporary times. Today, it is primarily used for creating jewelry. Its striking appearance, combined with its historical significance, makes malachite a favored choice for crafting exquisite jewelry pieces that captivate and enchant wearers.

Malachite. Origin: Russia, Ural Mountains

Jade: Jadeite and Nephrite. Origin: Myanmar, China

Jade is a truly unique and symbolically significant gemstone. It has a rich history dating back to as early as 3000 B.C., when it was known as "yu" in China, often referred to as the "royal gem." Jadeite and nephrite are the two pure forms of jade. Imperial jadeite, highly esteemed for its vibrant green color and exceptional quality, is sourced exclusively from Myanmar (Burma). This region is renowned as the sole origin of imperial jadeite, making it an exceedingly precious and coveted gemstone.

Jade: Jadeite and Nephrite. Origin: Myanmar, China.

Red Jasper 

Jasper's unique artistry is a testament to the creativity of nature, resembling the stunning red rock canyons. Each jasper stone is a natural masterpiece crafted by the Creator. Red jasper, specifically, exhibits hues ranging from red to terracotta brown and is associated with qualities of physical strength and energy. It is admired not only for its aesthetic appeal but also for its perceived metaphysical properties, making it a favored gemstone in various applications.

Red Jasper. Origin: Russia, Ural Mountains

Tiger Eye. Origin: South Africa, India

Tiger's Eye is a gemstone known for its protective and stabilizing properties. It is considered to be grounding and offers a sense of security to those who possess or wear it. Tiger eye stones come in a range of colors, including golden yellow, deep red, and variations in between. Each color is associated with different degrees of strength and grounding energy. Tiger's Eye is also believed to possess mystical qualities and is considered a unique and special gemstone due to its distinctive combinations of colors and dark stripes. These qualities make it a highly regarded and meaningful gemstone for many people.

Tiger Eye. Origin: South Africa, India

Black Onyx. Origin: Arabian Peninsula, India, South America

Black Onyx is a solid black variety of the mineral Onyx. Onyx is an ancient gemstone that has been utilized in jewelry and as an ornamental gemstone for carvings since antiquity. It holds a significant historical presence and has been particularly valued for its use in engraving and cameo work. The most common form of Onyx used in these engravings features a black base with a white upper layer, creating striking and intricate designs. This contrast of black and white in Onyx has made it a favored choice for creating detailed and visually captivating carvings and cameos.

Black Onyx. Origin: Arabian Peninsula, India, South America
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