Jewelry stores Sotogrande, Manuel spinosa

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Sotogrande was a complex built by an American couple, the McMickings, in 1964, who acquired five large plots of land to create a residential development overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. It was built just as Spain began to open its doors to international tourism.

Sotogrande is famous for its connection to horses, and the Santa Maria Polo Club hosts a world-renowned annual polo competition that attracts thousands of visitors every year. There is also an equestrian club called Hipica Park that offers many activities and the opportunity to learn how to ride a horse.

Marbella is located very close to Sotogrande, and near the old town is the Manuel Spinosa Jewellery Boutique-Studio, where you can find your Ideal Jewel, the Jewel of your dreams, or classic Engagement Rings.

At Manuel Spinosa Jewellery, you can convey your idea of custom-made Rings, Earrings, Pendants, or Necklaces. Along with the specialized designer, Manuel Spinosa, you can see your dream of a Unique Jewel come to life. He will advise you on precious stones or diamonds that best suit your idea and create it with the best quality and finishing that guarantees his professionalism in Jewelry.

Among the original collections that you can find at Manuel Spinosa Jewellery is the TURQUESA collection, a collection full of color and joy with natural materials such as turquoise, red coral, or white coral; a collection that does not go unnoticed by visitors and clients.

The Turquoise stone is a gem that has been used in jewelry for centuries. It is mainly found in sedimentary rocks and is characterized by its bluish-green tone and brown veins. The turquoise stone is believed to have healing and protective properties, and has been used in jewelry to create amulets and talismans. The turquoise gemstone has been used in a variety of jewelry, from earrings to rings and bracelets. Due to its color and durability, the turquoise stone is a popular choice for creating jewelry, both in classic and modern designs. In addition, the turquoise  is valued for its rarity and quality, making it an exclusive choice for fine jewelry.


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