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Red, White, and Blue Gemstone Rings

Red, White, and Blue Gemstone Rings

While patriotic looks never go out of style, they’re especially fitting for the 4th of July. Gemstone rings in red, white, and blue are excellent accents to all of your patriotic looks, celebrating the blessings of living in freedom. Red is known as the color of love—why not express your love for your country with […]

June 30, 2012 | By More
Precious and Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewelry and Rings

Precious and Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewelry and Rings

Glittering and glamorous, gemstone jewelry comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Derived from distinct minerals, gemstones are prized for their unique colors and individual brilliance. Some gemstones are more highly valued than others, though, for different reasons. Often the distinction between precious and semi-precious gemstones is defined by rarity, cultural appeal, and fashion trends, […]

May 22, 2012 | By More
What is London Blue Topaz Jewelry?

What is London Blue Topaz Jewelry?

What is London blue topaz jewelry? It’s a one-of-a-kind gemstone that is bluer than a sapphire, easier on your wallet and captures the eye like few others can. In its natural state, topaz is clear, gray or pale, but it takes on a variety of colors due to impurities or as it’s subjected to treatment […]

May 2, 2012 | By More
Gemstone Rings for Women

Gemstone Rings for Women

From petite and delicate to big and bold, gemstone rings for women come in colors and designs to fit any style. Certain gemstones often hold special meaning; for example birthstones, whether our own or of the ones we love, hold unique significance and remind us of those dear to us. Others hold meaning simply because […]

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Topaz Gemstone Jewelry Color Guide

Topaz Gemstone Jewelry Color Guide

Pure topaz is colorless, gray or pale, but topaz is usually tinted by small amounts of impurities. Several colors of topaz are commonly used in jewelry, including varying shades of blue, as well as pink and white. Topaz is often heat treated and irradiated to give it a range of blue hues. Sky blue topaz […]

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