Hand-made, heart-inspired jewellery forWork. Love. Play.

 

8 Pillars of Zonyxa

We mix with sterling silver beads to add extra vibrancy to your day or night.

Onyx

Onyx

Onyx, a symbol of “Self-control”

Did you know?

Our name ZONYXA is associated with one of the most popular gemstone, onyx. We are an admirer of a richness and depth of its black colouring, and the elegance, power and mystery this reflects. However, onyx is not always purely black. It’s often streaked with white ribbons, and can be surprisingly white with variations to almost every other shade.

The name Onyx derives from Latin (the same spelling), and the Greek word ὄνυξ meaning “claw” or “fingernail”.

Why we love it?

There is something about the deep, elegant and mysterious look of black onyx. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look confident and elegant with onyx whether – at an important meeting or at a social event.

Crystal

Crystal

Crystal, a symbol of “Pure Energy”

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Crystal, a sparkling and beautifully clear gemstone, has been valued for thousands of years for its amazing shine and versatility. It’s believed to have healing powers, and one’s should wear the crystal close to the heart area to bring the most benefit to the owner.

Why we love it?

Thanks to crystal, there is a perfectly pure and clear look to our jewels. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

What a great combination – look stylish and elegant, while carrying healing stones wherever you go.

Pearl

Pearl

Pearl, a symbol of “Purity and Perfection”

Did you know?

There are the eight main shapes that pearls come in: round, semi-round, button, drop, pear, oval, baroque, and circular.

Precious and perfect, pearls have been a symbol of wealth, status and a form of currency for centuries. Those knowledgeable with pearls use a special vocabulary for describing the length of necklaces. The shortest length is called a “collar”, slightly longer are known as “pearl chokers” then there’s “princess length”, “matinee length”, “opera length”, and the longest – “pearl rope”.

Why we love it?

A wonderful “palate of colours” – only pearls can own the “perfect” description. That’s why we love them.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look perfectly elegant – yet contemporary, whether you are at the Opera or entertaining at home.

Coral

Coral

Red Coral, “Crystal of Passion”

Did you know?

What a precious gemstone red coral is? For centuries it has been highly prized as a substance believed to be endowed with mysterious and sacred properties. In Ancient Rome, the stone was believed to protect children from danger. It continued to be valued as a charm throughout the Middle Ages and in the early 20th century was worn in Italy as ‘protection’ from the Evil eye and a ‘cure’ for infertility.

Why we love it?

A deep and dramatic look only red coral can bring to jewellery. Of course, we use a lovely soft pink coral when it comes to capturing that feminine touch or an orange coral for a boost of energy. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Feel energized and look vibrant and feminine all day along.

Labradorite

Labradorite

Labradorite, “Temple of the stars”

Did you know?

Labradorite is a member of the Feldspar family and is treasured for its remarkable play of color, known as labradorescence. It was first discovered in Labrador, Canada, by Moravian missionaries in 1770 who named it for the area. The stone is usually grey-green, dark grey, black or greyish-white and aggregates layers that refract light as iridescent flashes of peacock blue, gold, pale green, or coppery red. Labradorite, also called Spectrolite, is considered by mystics to be a stone of transformation and magic

Why we love it?

What a stunning shimmers in blues, like looking at bright stars at night sky…That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Feel magic and look stylish thanks to your necklace or bracelet you are wearing.

Citrine

Citrine

Citrine, “Success Stone”

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Citrine, the second most popular quartz gem after amethyst, is named after its colour – the yellow of the lemon. Even so citrines can range from a clear, radiant yellow to a brownish hue. Citrine is also called the “success stone”, since it is said to attract abundance, prosperity and success.

Why we love it?

The fresh, bright look of citrine, what a boost of energy! That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

What a great start to your day – with a bright, contemporary yet stylish look!

Agate

Agate

Agate, a symbol of “Choice”

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Agate comes in an amazing variety of colours including antique agate and fire agate, or a range of blues, purples and pinks. What makes it special is the beautiful banding that can reveal fascinating shapes, forms and layers. Agate exudes the strength and solidity of a stone with the fluidity of water and translucency of air.

Why we love it?

What an impressive variety of colours and shapes…from blue to beautiful rainbow colours of fire agate. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look like a woman who enjoys a modern, elegant and comfortable style.

Chalcedony

Chalcedony

Chalcedony, “Speaker’s Stone”

Did you know?

Chalcedony has been used in jewellery since the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece and Rome. As a gemstone of antiquity, it was believed to imbue their wearers with certain powers. Chalcedony is also known as the “Speaker’s Stone” – the stone of one who must measure his words. It is said the great Roman orator, Cicero, wore one around his neck.

Why we love it?

Delicate and light colours of the stone add that “dreamy-girly” look to our pieces. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

When you feel like a gentle and feminine look.

Turquoise

Turquoise

Turquoise, a symbol of “Happiness and Friendship”

Did you know?

Turquoise is a timeless stone with distinctive colouring from aqua blue to a light azure green. Turquoise is also known as a “gemstone of the people”, and has been prized for thousands of years as a holy stone, a bringer of a good fortune or a talisman.

Why we love it?

Turquoise, a queen of the most authentic aqua colour in our pieces. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look vibrant, stylish and if you feel like – why not extravagant?

Tiger's Eye

Tiger's Eye

Tiger’s Eye or Cat’s Eye

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Tiger’s Eye, known also as cat’s eye, is prized for its rich golden to red-brown colour. It has a mystical, opalescent quality thanks to its combination of solid black stripes and shimmering golds, browns and reds. Some say, it enhances good luck, and promises prosperity. Tiger’s Eye is also valued as a protective stone, especially recommended for wearing when you travel.

Why we love it?

What a powerful combination of warm, golden-brownish tiger’s eye in our pieces…That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look like a woman who appreciates the powerful beauty of nature and a good style.

Moonstone

Moonstone

Moonstone “Lovers’ stone”

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Moonstone is the lyrical name for a gemstone known for its unique bluish white shimmer that resembles that of the moon. The gemstone occurs in a range of subtle shades from greens, browns, orange and red – even black – all with a smoky champagne aura.

Why we love it?

The striking shimmery effect of a moonstone, a soft but sparkling look. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look different – mysterious and elegant at the same time. Simply, feel like a star!

Flint

Flint

Flint, “Stone of Focus”

Did you know?

Flint is a very durable, multi-purpose stone that has been a popular material for jewellery for hundreds of years. Also known as fairy shot, elf shot, and elf arrow, the stone was regarded in Ireland as an amulet for protection against mischievous fairies and elves. Flint occurs in attractive colors and formations. There is a particular striped flint called banded flint, popular due to its dark and pale stripes, resembling rolling waters.

Why we love it?

Flint exhibits a glassy look with a comforting effect of different shades of grey, brown and black. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look like Wilma Flintstone, always stylish and elegant…Flint is just timeless!

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz, “Love stone”

Did you know?

Rose quartz, a gemstone of a gentle pink colour has been associated with love for centuries. It’s known for keeping and attracting different forms of ‘love’: love that is transcendental, love for the self, passionate love, love for the family, erotic love and universal love.

Why we love it?

There is no other gemstone that has such a girly, lovely soft pink colour as rose quartz. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look fabulously feminine, yet with a modern and a chic look at the same time.

Jadeite

Jadeite

Jadeite, “Dream stone”

Did you know?

The meaning of Jadeite comes from a Spanish phrase “piedra de ijada” which means “stone of the side”. It was believed to cure kidney stones if it was rubbed against the side of the afflicted person’s body. We love jadeite for its shades of green. We use dragon jadeite from pale apple green to deep jade green, or greyish green jadeite vein.

Why we love it?

What a stunning variety of green jadeite exhibits; so earthy and energizing effect at the same time. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Feel and look cool, vibrant and confident, no matter what!

Prehnite

Prehnite

Prehnite, a symbol of “Unconditional Love and Care”

Did you know?

Prehnite, it is the very first mineral named after an individual, Colonel Hendrik von Prehn (1733-1785), a Dutch mineralogist and governor of the Cape of Good Hope Colony. Prehnite colours range from a soft yellow-green to a deep apple-green, with a mother-of-pearl lustre. “Grape Jade”, is another name for prehnite.

Why we love it?

Prehnite, a green like an apple. What a rejuvenating and nurturing look. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Are you ready for a change? Start with a freshness in your new look!

Sunstone

Sunstone

Sunstone, “Joyful stone”

Did you know?

Sunstone, has the radiance and fire of the sun and is said to carry the energy of Ra, the sun god. Regarded as a stone of leadership, personal power, freedom, and expanded consciousness, at Zonyxa we love using sunstone for its warm shades of gold, orange, reds and browns that truly sparkle like the sun.

Why we love it?

What a cheerful, nurturing and bright touch sunstone brings to our jewellery pieces. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

An optimistic, radiant and stylish look in a noticeable way.

Flurite

Flurite

Fluorite, “Genius stone”

Did you know?

Fluorite derives from the Latin fluo, meaning a stream or flow of water, and has been described as “the most colorful mineral in the world”. Its glassy appearance reflects a playful combination of colours. The most common is purple, but there’s also blue, green, yellow, white, black, and clear crystal.

Why we love it?

Purple, green, blue – what a contrasting yet adorable mix of colours in one fluorite. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

A great way to add to your style an exotic and colourful touch.

Aquamarine

Aquamarine

Aquamarine, “Water of the Sea”

Did you know?

Aquamarine is one of the most popular gemstones, the name coming from the Latin “aqua marina”, which means “water of the sea”. From the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the ocean, aquamarine comes in beautiful range of mainly light blue colours. In ancient lore, Aquamarine was considered as a stone of eternal youth and happiness.

Why we love it?

What an exceptionally vibrant look only aquamarine can produce. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Amazing colours, energizing effect and a stylish look. What a great start to your busy day!

Rhyolite

Rhyolite

Rhyolite, “Stream of Lava”

Did you know?

Rhyolite is a volcanic stone, its name deriving from the Greek – “rhyo” and “rhuax”, denoting “a stream of lava”. The stone occurs in interesting combinations of deep earthy colours, predominantly in green, yellow, caramel, orange-tan and brown. It is also called a “streaming rock” – from lava flows that created attractive bands, bubbles and crystal-rich layers.

Why we love it?

Rhyolite is the right choice for an earthy – dramatic attribution to our pieces. That’s why we love it!

The Zonyxa Promise

Like a stream of lava – look dramatic, strong and hot!

Howlite

Howlite

Howlite, a symbol of “Awareness”

Did you know?

Howlite was named after a Canadian chemist, geologist and mineralogist Henry How, who discovered the stone in 1868. It’s a naturally white stone and because of its porous texture can be easily dyed to imitate other minerals, especially turquoise.

Why we love it?

Howlite, a stone of many colours and a deep marble look. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

Look stylish – with a touch of creativity and spontaneity.

Jasper

Jasper

Jasper, “Supreme Nurture”

Did you know?

Jasper – also known as “spotted” or “speckled stone” – has complex colour patterns and formations, usually in deep earthy tones of red, yellow, brown or green. Jasper has been a popular gemstone since the ancient world. Worn by shamans, priests and kings, it was considered sacred and a powerful protection stone, in both the physical world and the spiritual realm.

Why we love it?

An interesting look of spotted jasper is giving our jewellery a lovely, earthy touch. That’s why we love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

A great way to be spotted – thanks to your jewellery.

Serpentine

Serpentine

Serpentine, “Green Marble”

Did you know?

This earth stone, Serpentine, comes from the Greek word “serpens”, as it resembles the skin of a snake. It mostly occurs in a green colour, with an interesting graduation from yellowish green to brownish green. As such it is sometimes called a “green marble”.

Why we love it?

An earthy, strong and resistant gem… serpentine makes our jewels so different. That’s why love it.

The Zonyxa Promise

What a great combination – a woman who can be down to earth yet highly classy!

I have always loved the natural beauty of stones and what they mean,  and would like to share my understanding with you.”  –  Zuzana

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