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Top Engagement Ring Trends in 2021

Apr 07, 2021 | Category: Uncategorized

2020 was certainly a challenging year, but one thing we know for sure is that the expression of love was stronger than ever.  No matter what the year, you should always select a style and setting that speaks to you.  But, if you’re interested in knowing the 2021 “trends” in engagement rings, we’ve compiled a Read More

American Gemstones

Sep 28, 2020 | Category: Diamonds, Gemstones, What's Trending

Long before European colonizers set foot on the quiet beaches of what is now the United States--before settlements or muskets or even horses--gems played an important role among the various people groups of this land. Beads and other objects carved from turquoise, garnet, and coral carried great cultural significance, from commerce and beautification to medicine Read More

Alternative Gemstones

Sep 27, 2020 | Category: Gemstones, What's Trending

We've all had the experience of watching a great movie, using an amazing product, or trying a fun new recipe and thinking, "How have I never heard about this? Why don't more people know about this?" That is exactly how we feel about garnet, spinel, and tourmaline. Sure, you may have heard those names, but Read More

Romance the Stone

Sep 25, 2020 | Category: Gemstones

Since the dawn of time, mankind has been infatuated with the treasures found deep in the earth. Whether blood-red rubies or sapphires that evoke the ocean depths, human history is ripe with stories--from shipwrecks to ancient kingdoms to tales of supernatural powers--that reveal an almost gravitational pull towards these colorful objects. In this technicolor modern Read More

Kimberly Collins Spotlight

Sep 25, 2020 | Category: Gemstones, What's Trending

Unsurprisingly, most people don't know much about the gemstone supply chain, nor have they thought much about where gemstones come from. The reality is that gemstones come from all over the world; from the farthest reaches of Africa to the mountains of Montana. So, where do our gemstones come from, and how does a fiery Read More

The Essential Diamond Wardrobe

Jul 16, 2020 | Category: Diamonds, What's Trending

A diamond wardrobe is essential for every woman. As diamonds are often colorless, they go with anything in your closet and take you from work to your workout class, join you in running errands or off to meetings, and out to dinner with friends.      Diamond earrings are our suggested starting point in building Read More

Engagement Ring Trends in 2020

Jun 12, 2020 | Category: Uncategorized

From what we are seeing in store, to scouring the internet, we’ve come up with 5 top trends for engagement rings in 2020.  You’ll notice a lot of these trends blend together into unique rings, which is the biggest trend of them all…unique and completely your own. 1) Warm Tones While in recent years white Read More

Rustic Diamonds

May 29, 2020 | Category: Diamonds, What's Trending

1. What Are Rustic Diamonds? Rustic diamonds are diamonds characterized by their abundance of inclusions. Inclusions are small characteristics internal or external to the diamond gemstone that are caused by extreme heat and pressure while forming deep within the earth. These beautiful inclusions and the interesting patterns created within the gemstone are stunning. Each rustic Read More

Piercing Power

Mar 10, 2020 | Category: Events, What's Trending

Maybe you have heard…gone are the innocent days of single ear piercing and buying earrings as a set.  Take a scroll thru Instagram and you’ll see ear piercings are having a moment.  Basic piercings have been replaced with the curated ear:   ultra cool, edgy piercings that are tailored to your individual vibes.  2020 is about Read More

Rocktober Gem of the Week: Tanzanite

Oct 14, 2019 | Category: Uncategorized

Discovered in 1967, Tanzanite is one of the newest discovered gemstones and boy do we love it! As of right now, the only place that Tanzanite is found is in the hills of Merelani in Tanzania. The mining area that tanzanite is found in is only about 7km long and 2km wide. Named by Tiffany Read More

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