Labradorite is a stone with blue and green tones that give it this unique character. Its appearance gives it an image of nature that evokes a return to basics. This stone is commonly used in lithotherapy.
The Labradorite stone owes its name to the place where it was discovered. The subarctic zone of Labrador located in Canada let this mineral emerge from the ground and the geologist Forster baptized it thus in 1780. Since its discovery in 1770 by Moravian missionaries, this stone has been discovered in other parts of the world.
Labradorite belongs to the feldspar family. It consists of aluminosilicate, sodium and calcium. Depending on its composition, this stone can range from gray-green to light brown through yellow, blue and green. Its hardness varies between 6 and 6.5 Mohs.
The virtues of this stone are numerous. This stone brings well-being and regulation of emotions. It also promotes recovery, both physical and mental.
Corentin Von Kaenel has always loved geometry, precision, and the notion of proportion. He started humbly in a small workshop in Sainte-Croix, investing in conventional machines to develop his business and his know-how. In 2022, he proudly opened his own business, dedicated to creating jewelry and luxury products. A journey marked by passion and determination, which has shaped his destiny in the world of creation and precision.
When craftsmanship meets excellence, luxury becomes a work of art.
Respect for traditions, innovation, and know-how guide the way in which its creations are designed and manufactured. These values combine to create products of excellence, where aesthetics, creativity and craftsmanship are at the heart of its approach.
The workshops are located in Sainte-Croix, a Swiss commune located on the balcony of the Jura.
Considered the cradle of excellence in artistic mechanics, music boxes and watchmaking, this town offers limitless creative openness.
CVK places a high priority on ethics.
The traceability of materials, whether metals or precious stones, is essential. Partner companies that work with precious materials are certified by the RJC.
Swiss goldsmiths and jewelers proudly displaying the “Ecological Gold” label are committed to creating exceptional jewelry without using precious metals extracted from mines. Their semi-finished materials come from a source certified by the Responsible Jewelery Council (RJC) of London, ensuring the exclusive use of recycled precious metal. This approach respects both our commitment to geographical standards protected by Swiss and international laws and treaties, while maintaining quality and authenticity in our creations, in accordance with Swiss Made requirements.