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Top Engagement Ring Trends By the Decade

  Throughout our 25 year legacy, we’ve watched a wide variety of bridal jewelry trends come and go. The evolution of engagement ring styles continuously inspires us to set the bar high and design pieces that will stand the test…

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Emerald: Gem Of Rebirth

By Robin Lefkowitz-Huska   Emerald derives from the Greek word “smaragdus” which literally means “green.” The soothing yet intense green color can range from a light green to a bold green, the deeper the green, the more valuable it is.…

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March Birthstone

March Birthstone Aquamarine is a stone as sea blue as it sounds. The stone ranges from a nearly colorless blue to a blue-green and even somewhat teal hue. The most rare color is a deep, aqua blue. Many sailors kept…

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Amethyst – February Birthstone

Today, as the most valued quartz variety, Amethyst is placed in designer pieces and mass-market jewelry alike. The gem comes in wine purple, lilac, lavender, and even mauve hues. Amethysts can be found in many regions, but most originate from…

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Garnet – January Birthstone

Red garnets are one of the most prevalent of gems.  The word “garnet” originates from “granatum,” meaning seed. The stone was originally named for its semblance in color to pomegranate seeds. Garnet is mined in places such as Brazil, Nambia,…

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November Birthstone: Citrine

Citrine, the November birthstone and thirteenth anniversary commemorator, appears in shades from pale yellow to brownish orange. Traces of iron within this quartz gem account for its yellowish orange color. The name citrine originates from the old French word "citrin,"…

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Birthstones, A History

Birthstones have been around for a while, but not necessarily in the way we know them today. The ancient idea of assigning gemstones in a symbolic way originated in Biblical times. In Exodus, the Breastplate of Aaron is vividly described.…

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Gemstone Treatments & Enhancements

There are two common processes used to alter the characteristics of a stone that are very similar, yet drastically different–enhancement and treatment. We will cover the types of enhancements and treatments to diamonds and gemstones, their underlying affects and the…

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