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Tagged: Colored Gemstones

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Products (Show All Products)

  1. Rose Gold Morganite Pendant With Diamonds

    Rose Gold Morganite Pendant with Diamonds

    $2,195.00
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  2. Rhodolite Garnet Ring with Champagne Diamond Accents

    Rhodolite Garnet Ring with Champagne Diamond Accents

    $995.00
  3. Vintage Filigree Amethyst Solitaire

    Vintage Filigree Amethyst Solitaire

    $550.00
  4. Oval Sapphire Ring with Diamond Accents

    Oval Sapphire Ring with Diamond Accents

    $595.00
  5. Rose Gold Morganite Stud Earrings With Diamond Halo

    Rose Gold Morganite Stud Earrings With Diamond Halo

    $845.00
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  6. Vintage Turquoise Ring with Diamond Accents

    Vintage Turquoise Ring with Diamond Accents

    $1,995.00

Custom Designs (Show All Custom Designs)

  1. Prasiolite Oval Cocktail Ring - 2

    This solitaire cocktail ring features a large oval prasiolite stone. Prasiolite is the proper name for green quartz. The ring is set with bold claw shaped prongs, and has a cathedral style shank rising to meet the stone on either side. Another simple design, that lets the gemstone capture your attention, with no over-the-top accents to detract from it… read more »

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  2. Emerald Cut Aquamarine Cocktail Ring - 1

    This cocktail style ring was designed specifically to suit the stunning aquamarine center stone. The large emerald cut gemstone has a vibrant icy blue color, with two round brilliant diamonds, one on either side of it. The design is simple, and really allows the aquamarine to steal the show… read more »

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  3. Asymmetrical Diamond and Emerald Swirl Ring - 3

    This unique family heritage ring has an asymmetrical open swirl design. Sweeping curves of white gold encircle the two main diamonds and link the stones together. Emeralds alternate with diamond accents descending down either side of the shank; the green of the emeralds add a touch of vibrancy to the ring… read more »

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  4. Blue Topaz Solitaire Split Shank Ring

    This impressive solitaire ring was designed especially to accommodate the Swiss blue topaz center stone, which weights over thirty-two carats. With a simple split shank, and basket style mounting, the topaz is the real focal point. This ring is a statement piece, for sure… read more »

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  5. Green Alexandrite Cushion Solitaire

    We designed this unique solitaire to perfectly complement the stunning green Alexandrite center. A dramatic U-shaped piece intersects the top of the ring, and secures the cushion cut Alexandrite in a channel style setting. This allows the full profile of the stone to be visible. The design is simple, but with an artistic flare… read more »

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  6. Pallasitic peridot custom ring

    This is a truly unique piece. The center is a stunning pallasitic peridot which is peridot that is 100% extraterrestrial in origin. This stone is one of the extremely rare meteorites that survived its trip through the earth’s atmosphere and had the right chemical make up to contain gem quality peridot. The setting borrows for the Art Deco tradition with some modern to touches to create a stunning, one-of-a-kind ring… read more »

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Fine Jewelry University

  1. Beautiful iolite jewelry and loose gemstones

    Gem in the Spotlight: Iolite

    Iolite is maybe not the first gemstone people think of for their blue-violet jewelry, but it should be near the top of the list. Iolite’s color range of blue, blue-violet, and violet competes for public attention with sapphire, tanzanite, and amethyst. They may have name recognition, but iolite has a rich, unique color and great gem value on its side. It is more subtlety nuanced than amethyst and deeper than many tanzanites. Iolite’s name comes from its violet color. It is from the Greek word “ios” meaning violet. Unlike many... read more »

  2. Blue Zircon loose gems and jewelry

    Gem in the Spotlight: Blue Zircon

    Zircon may be last in the alphabet of gemstones, but it is first in sparkle. The crystal structure of zircon creates one of the liveliest displays found in any colored gem. In fact, before any of the manmade diamond simulates were made, the colorless version of zircon was used in jewelry to mimic diamond. Why? Natural zircon is known for its scintillation, brilliance, and flashes of color or fire just like diamond. Zircon also is known for its variety of colors. Blue zircon is the most popular color. But, zircon... read more »

  3. Peridot is a bright yellow-green gemstone

    Gem in the Spotlight: Peridot

    Peridot is a lovely yellow-green gem with a rich history. Legend has it that Peridot was the favorite gemstone of Cleopatra. The ancients called it the “gem of the sun”. It was believed that peridot could chase away evil spirits and dissolve curses but only when set in gold. Peridot is the birthstone for August. It is also the accepted anniversary gemstone for the 16th year of marriage. Peridot’s unique yellow-green color is very attractive. The name “Peridot” is simply a French word derived from the Arabic for green. Peridot’s... read more »

  4. Loose fantasy cut aquamarine

    Gem in the Spotlight: Aquamarine

    Aquamarine derives its name from the Latin which literally means “seawater,” a tribute to its beautiful blue color. As a member of the beryl family, Aquamarine has some illustrious cousins in addition to a rich tradition of its own. The Mythology of Aquamarine Long associated with tranquility and happiness, aquamarine was also thought to instill courage, cure laziness, and sharpen the intellect. The ancient Greeks used aquamarine often in jewelry believing it captured the true spirit of the sea. Best known for its beautiful blue color, aquamarine was used to... read more »

  5. Morganite is a beautiful soft-pink gemstone

    Gem in the Spotlight: Morganite

    Morganite is a beautiful, soft pink gemstone and a graceful expression of elegance. It is not a very well-known gem, but it definitely should be. It is pastel or pale in color by nature and known for its transparent peach-pink hue though it also occurs as soft pink, violet-pink, or pale salmon. It is the subtle, understated nature of Morganite’s color that sets it apart from many of the more popular gemstones. Morganite has an impressive family tree. It is a beryl gem which puts it in the same family... read more »

Blog Posts

  1. Stackable birthstone rings for Mothers Day

    Stackable Birthstone Rings for Mom

    Finding a stylish piece of jewelry that also holds personal significance is not an easy task. This year for Mother's Day, we are introducing a brand new line of stackable birthstone rings. These trendy and modern rings feature a single birthstone each, so mom can stack multiple rings together for each of her children. They make a unique and heartfelt gift that looks great too... read more »