Coralle pieces

        Coral has been used in jewelry for thousands of years. Coral is found in the sea and is made by small and simple marine invertebrate animals such as a coral polyp, which is related to sea anemones. The skeletons of these animals cluster together and build up over thousands of years to become coral colonies, reefs or islands. These colonies grow in branch-like formations. The most famous coral reef is the Great Barrier Reef off Northeastern Australia, which extends for more than 1,250 miles. Most of the coral used since antiquity has been used for ornamental materials. The oldest known finding of red coral dates back to the Mesopotamian civilization, i.e. from about 3000 BC. At the time of Pliny the elder, coral was apparently much more appreciated in India than in Europe. In the 1900’s, it was fashionable to marry the humble coral with the world’s largest and most precious gemstones, diamonds. Large pieces of coral are relatively rare and are saved for decorative objects or cameos.


Coralle, silver, € 32,00


Coralle, silver, € 103,00



August Veeck
Hauptstr. 422
D-55743 Idar-Oberstein


Am Kirchhof 9

D-54470 Bernkastel
Rheinland Pfalz    Germany

Telephone : +49 (0) 6781 22747
Fax : +49 (0) 6781 26167

Mobil: +49 (0) 171 26 00 606

Email :




 right now untill ?

 according to agreements

   12:h  -  17h



after Corona

  sunday monday tuesday 10h - 18h 


  Closed on wednesdays



 thursday friday suturday 11h - 19h 









 In case of a purchase, if a parking

 ticket is shown by the customer,

   it will be paid by us.




Die Felsenkirche ist bis Ende 2020 geschlossen

Due to rock works, the church is expected to be closed by the end of 2020


Druckversion Druckversion | Sitemap
© August Veeck