The diamond clarity should be pure and clean, though some individuals may prefer champagne diamonds with minor flaws and inclusions that may resemble champagne bubbles, adding even greater mystique to the unusual color.
A relative newcomer on the jewelry scene, moissanite is a startlingly brilliant gem nearly indistinguishable from diamonds to the casual observer and offers the mystique of being one of the rarest jewels in the world.
The State of Georgia has a large number of reportedly haunted properties that lend themselves to the mystique of this romantic place, steeped as it is in tales of the Civil War, the Reconstruction and much more.
As you might imagine, few people understood the meaning behind all of this unfamiliar symbolism at the time the original cards were published, but that only added to the Knapp-Hall deck's mystique.
Perez jettisoned many elements bogging down Wonder Woman's history and took her back to her roots on Themyscira, tying her more closely to the Greek gods and imbuing her with a feminine mystique long lacking in recent decades.
The chapter on St Francis in Emile Gebhart's Italie mystique (ed.
Recejac's interesting work, Les Fondements de la connaissance mystique (Eng.
Amande mystique), in architecture, the term given to a pointed oval panel formed by two equal circles cutting each other in their centres; this is a common form given to a panel in which the figure of Christ is represented.
Franck, La Philosophie mystique en France a la fin du dix-huitieme .siecle (1866); A.
Cuthbert on "The Spirit and Genius of the Franciscan Friars," in The Friars and how they came to England (1903); see also the earlier chapters of Emil Gebhard's Italie mystique (1899).