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Fall Into Colors—Colored Gemstones for Autumn

Autumn is upon us—the wind is starting to turn brisk, the leaves are starting to change hue, and the fall colors are starting to fill the shops. Fall is the season of earth tones and jewel tones that reflect the changing of the flora. During fall...

How to Find Your Signature Gemstone

When it comes to gemstones, the possibilities may feel endless. With sparkling cuts and beautiful colors, gemstones are alluring and choosing a signature stone is difficult. However, a signature gemstone provides numerous benefits including the...

Charm Bracelets—Retro or No-go?

What little girl didn’t want a charm bracelet growing up? A piece of jewelry that allowed you to wear all your most prized memories on your wrist for all to see—the allure was obvious even when the finer aspects of long division eluded our...

Fall Back into Style: Fall 2013 Jewelry Trends

As summer comes to a close and fall weather approaches, slowly the leaves change from lush greens to an autumnal palate of reds, oranges, and yellows. Along with the shifting of the weather and the flora comes the ushering in of new fashion...

From Mineral to Gemstone: The Making of Colored Gemstone Jewelry

From Mineral to Gemstone: The Making of Colored Gemstone Jewelry

Owning colored gemstone jewelry is a beautiful gift. Gemstones create one-of-a-kind...

Gemstone Hardness Scale: Distinguishing the Durability of Colored Gemstones

Gemstones are like people—some are tougher than others. The hardness of a gemstone is determined by something called the Mohs scale, a scale which rates a gemstone on its hardness measured from 1 to 10, 1 being the softest a stone can be and 10...

Gemstone Jewelry Care | A Guide To Caring For Your Gemstone Jewelry

Caring for Gemstone Jewelry

Caring for jewelry is an overlooked art form. Gemstones are pieces of the earth that, through natural processes and human skill, have become wearable pieces of art. In order to preserve and...

Gemstone Meanings: The Symbolism of the World’s Most Popular Gems

Objects have been endowed with meaning—since the beginning of time—through novels, paintings, and jewelry. Much like the green light in The Great Gatsby, a variety of symbolic meanings have been attributed to gemstones. Meanings vary...

How to Clean and Care For Your Gemstone Jewelry

Professionally cleaning your designer jewelry on a regular basis can become quite expensive. Instead of taking in your gems, it might be time to consider cleaning them yourself. However, it is important to know which at-home approach is best for...

Jewelry Color Combinations | How To Color Coordinate Colored Gemstone Jewelry

Color Coordinating Gemstones

Color coordination is largely instinctual. An outfit comprised of hot pink, baby blue, and a splash of orange is typically categorized as “too much,” while a light pink shirt and dark jeans is...

Summer Accents: The Perfect Season For Colored Gemstone Jewelry

The sun is high, the weather is fine, and summer is here. Along with the warm weather comes summer fashion trends like shorts, sundresses, and bright colors. Often these bright colors are reserved for breezy outfits, but colored...

The Animal Menagerie: Which Animal-themed Jewelry Is Right For You?

The animal-themed trend hit the fashion scene mid-spring of 2013, but it is still thriving and evolving into the fall. There is a wide range of options for fashionistas to choose from, varying from the delicate to the ornate.

Animals are...

The History of Citrine Gemstones

Citrine boasts beautiful autumn hues that can range from light yellow to bright orange. Often reminiscent of a forest on a crisp fall day, Citrine is appropriately appointed the national birthstone of November. The name “citrine” replaced the...

The History of Pearl Gemstones

Although a gemstone, pearls are different from every other stone. In fact, pearls are not really a stone at all. While other gemstones are mined for and then extracted from the earth, pearls are formed above ground; they are formed in oysters....

The History Sapphire Gemstones

Sapphire is a stunning blue stone known for its beauty and exotic color. Historically, the stone is said to represent nobility, truth and sincerity. Keeping with tradition, sapphire is the truest blue. In fact, the breathtaking blue of sapphire...