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Aquamarine The Stunning Blue March Birthstone Banner

Aquamarine: The Stunning Blue March Birthstone

With the on-going month of March, we celebrate the beauty and unique quality of Aquamarine gemstones, the traditional birthstone for the month of March. Known for their stunning light to deep blue color that is reminiscent of the oceans, this gemstone is widely used and appreciated by gemstone and jewelry connoisseurs all around the globe. […]

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5 Fascinating and Rare Orange Gemstones

Bright, orange gemstones have always made waves in the world of gemstones and fine jewelry for their fine, vivid tangerine colors. These include orange Diamonds, orange Sapphires, Imperial Topaz, Orange Spinel and Spessartite Garnets. Diamonds are a part of the ‘big four’, alongside sapphires, rubies and emeralds, which makes orange diamonds and sapphires some of […]

A List Of Gemstones With Unique Color Change Properties

A List of Gemstones with Unique Color Change Properties

While precious gemstones reign high for their durability and rarity, some other precious and semi-precious gemstones exhibit certain phenomena related to color which makes them stand out and look unique when set in fine jewelry. So what are these properties that make them so beautiful? In this blog we will share with you a list […]

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5 Clear Gemstones that Closely Resemble Diamonds

Diamonds are a part of the ‘big four’, alongside sapphires, rubies and emeralds. These four precious gemstones make up a vast majority of the world’s fine jewelry.Natural diamonds are prized gemstones that are relatively rare. In addition to its rarity, market demand has made this gemstone expensive, adding to its value. In this blog, we […]

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Rare Gemstones: 5 Gemstones that are Rarer than Diamonds

Diamonds are a part of the ‘big four’, alongside sapphires, rubies and emeralds. These four precious gemstones make up a vast majority of the world’s fine jewelry.Natural diamonds take over a billion years to form, making them the most prized gemstones to be unearthed. In this blog, we will share with you a few of […]

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The Holiday Edit: 5 Jewelry Ideas for The Festive Season

Christmas is just around the corner and people all over the globe are in a frenzy looking for the perfect gifts to present their loved ones for the Holidays. The tradition of holiday gifting involves special gifts that people, old and young alike, anticipate to receive the whole year. And so, everyone makes sure that […]

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Yellow Gemstones: Yellow Sapphires versus Yellow Topaz

Light to bright-yellow gemstones, yellow sapphires are a popular choice amongst precious gemstones and often used in fine jewelry for a pop of color. Yellow topaz, on the other hand, are a light yellow to rich yellow variety of the Topaz family, a category of semi precious stones available in other colors as well. While […]

Vivid Green Gemstones All About Emeralds

Vivid Green Gemstones: All About Emeralds

Vivid green gemstones with a fascinating glow from within, emeralds are one of the ‘big four’, the four precious gemstones that comprise a majority of the world’s fine jewelry. Ranging from mint green hues to deeper forest greens, these gemstones are a widely popular choice for their beautiful, soothing color. In this blog, we will […]

Gia vs Egl

EGL Certified Diamonds: What You Need to Know About Them

Diamonds are one of the world’s most precious gemstones. They are also the most common choice for use in fine jewelry, wedding and engagement jewelry, especially in rings. Due to their wide scale use, they are often selected based on four major factors: cut, clarity, color and carat size. Many gemological testing laboratories provide services […]

Red Rubies Versus Rubellites

Red Gemstones: Rubies Versus Rubellites

Pink to deep-red gemstones, rubies are a part of the ‘big four’, the four precious gemstones that make up a vast majority of the world’s fine jewelry. Rubellites, on the other hand, are a pink to red variety of the Tourmaline family, a category of semi-precious stones available in almost every color of the spectrum.