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February Birthstone Spotlight: Amethyst

February Birthstone Spotlight: Amethyst

At one time, amethyst jewelry was worn only by royalty; fortunately that’s far from the case today! Now the birthstone for the month of February, amethyst is a beautiful and accessible pick for everything from stud earrings to engagement rings! And, while this purple gemstone is a perpetually popular pick, it’s especially on trend at […]

February 22, 2014 | By | Reply More
Amethyst Jewelry: Stunning Ways to Wear the Color of 2014

Amethyst Jewelry: Stunning Ways to Wear the Color of 2014

You may have heard the Pantone, the global color authority and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, announced its color of the year for 2014: Radiant Orchid. However, did you realize that this hue is nearly identical to that of a popular semiprecious gemstone? Amethyst jewelry  displays the hue that Pantone describes […]

January 12, 2014 | By | Reply More
Gemstones to Match Pantone’s Spring 2014 Fashion Color Palate!

Gemstones to Match Pantone’s Spring 2014 Fashion Color Palate!

Gemstone hues are in! Pantone’s color palate for the coming season contains a number of hues that are strikingly reminiscent of gemstones.  In fact, over half of the 10 colors on Pantone’s Spring 2014 Fashion Color Palate have a gemstone that matches! Check out these gemstone pairings for six of the top hues for spring, […]

January 4, 2014 | By | Reply More
Save 10 Percent on All Jewelry Through Mother’s Day!

Save 10 Percent on All Jewelry Through Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day is just over three weeks away! That means that it’s time to think about how you’re going to honor your mother if you haven’t decided already, and thinking about a gift of jewelry is a great place to start! Not only is jewelry an excellent way to show mom how much you appreciate […]

April 27, 2013 | By More
Amethyst Rings: Suited for Royalty … and for You!

Amethyst Rings: Suited for Royalty … and for You!

No color is linked with royalty quite like purple. The dye originally used to dye fabric purple was obtained from a small mollusk found only in an area the Mediterranean Sea off of the Phoenician city of Tyre, and violet fabric was so costly that only the ruling class could afford it. Purple was associated […]

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