Daphne Mia Bell

(West Des Moines, Iowa, USA)

Rare & Distinctive Gemstones


The magic of diamonds
The magic of love
The gems of romance
The gems of intimacy
The color which glistens
Forever and ever
The precious and rareness
of stones are everywhere
Warm to any feelings
Warm to any feelings
Warm to all hearts
Purest of All
14K, 18K, 24K, 50K
Purest of Gold
Heavenly desires
Heavenly Choices
Pearls, Baroque
Mermaids, Mermaids
Seas, Ocean deep
Rainbows, Brilliance and adornment
In every wonderful color to see Hue & tones to please every desire
To warm any heart
And to brighten any day
Grown Emeralds
Grown Sapphires
Grown Rubies
Carats of Magnificence
Excitement and ornament
Tsavorite garnet, Jade, Andalucite, and rich amber
Shapes with Marquise cuts and Oval dream designs
Heirlooms, enjoyment.
Heirlooms to love and to adore
Gemstones, shapes with world brilliance.

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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