Category Archives for Jewelry by Type

Eyeing Iolite

cut blue topaz and iolite silver ring

Iolite derives its name from the Greek word Ios, which translates to violet – this alone should tell you about the lengthy admiration, and the color of, this beautiful gem.  Iolite is one of the more durable stones, though it appears feminine and light, which makes it a great option for the working man or […]

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Terrific Tanzanite!

Miadora Sterling Silver Cushion-cut Amethyst, Tanzanite and Diamond Accent Ring

If you’re looking for a gemstone that is as beautiful as it is fiscally smart, Tanzanite is the stone for you. Tanzanite, the birthstone of December, is a tricolored gem that radiates in blues, purples, and reds. Additionally, Tanzanite is currently continuing to rise in value, making it a great investment for the finance-savvy bride […]

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Great Garnet – Facts And Information

vintage inspired ring

Garnet gemstones aren’t so much just one type of gemstone as they are a group of minerals that share similar physical properties while differing in chemical composition. The most popular garnet resembles a ruby, but these wonderful gemstones come in a variety of colors. Before buying a ring embellished with this multicolored gem, it is […]

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Seeing Smokey Quartz?

Cushion-Cut Smoky Quartz Ring in 14K Gold with Enhanced Champagne and White Diamonds

Smokey Quartz has a misleading name – while on one end, this mineral does possess lustrous black and grey qualities, on the other, it also encompasses rich chocolate shaded minerals. Smokey Quartz embellishments are as timeless and classic as they are soft-spoken. Before buying a ring embellished with this magnificently dark stone, it is important […]

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Allured By Aquamarine?

aquamarine engagement ring

Aquamarine is an easy stone choice for the soon to be married mermaids. A durable and resilient gem, Aquamarine brings the colors of the sea to your ring finger.  Before buying a ring embellished with this brilliant stone, it is important to be well versed in the mineral itself and all the factors of buying […]

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Am I Thinking Amethyst?

wearing amethyst wedding ring

Amethyst, a magnificent mineral and gemstone, is a beautiful alternative to a diamond for engagement and wedding rings alike. Amethyst comes in a wide variety of sizes, styles and prices, allowing for limitless available options. Before buying a ring embellished with this radiant purple stone, it is important to be well versed in the mineral […]

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Pining For Pearl

fresh water pearl ring

Combining the simple elegance of nature with the rich history of wedding jewelry, pearls are an obvious option for brides and grooms to be. Collected from pearl oysters and mollusks, pearls are a highly coveted and unique addition to any wedding band. You’ve seen the fish in the sea and found yours – now it’s […]

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Enamoured By Emerald

ZAMBIAN EMERALDS FOR ASIAN ELEPHANTS

Engagement rings made with emeralds have been cherished for millennia. Their elegance and rarity, as well as their connection with Venus, the goddess of love, are some of the reasons why they are so prized. No other gemstone awes and stuns as an emerald does, but they must be given special care in order to […]

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Wooden Wedding And Engagement Rings

Rosewood Wooden Wedding Ring rosewood

Through combining the lavish beauty of the earth, and the artisanship of traditional jewelry, it comes as no surprise that wooden wedding bands have found popularity amongst couples searching for options that are as uniquely stunning, as they are environmentally friendly. In terms of wedding planning, your wedding band will be the most important decision […]

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