Topaz – So many colors, so much joy – A great stone for any emotional connection, a perfect gem for custom design.
Fiery Orange. Honey Yellow. Champagne Orange. Smokey Brown. These are just some of the common warm hues that people associate with topaz. However, the most popular to date and well known is the yellow topaz gem. Throughout most of history, all yellow gems were thought...read more
Peridot is a vibrant yellow-green gemstone usually found in volcanic rock deposits that are rich in iron and magnesium. The iron in this gem’s chemical composition causes its unique yellow-green coloring. Peridot is available in several colors, but the bright lime...read more
Tiger's Eye and Cat's Eye stones are not the same things. Both have many things in common, but they are each distinct from each other. Once their similarities and differences are shown, they can never be confused for each other again. Their main similarity is an...read more
It is a fact that computers and advanced technology have changed the face of every industry, and a clear example of this is the tech being used in computer-assisted design, or CAD, for jewelry. Initially, there was the doubt that the pre-tech artist’s skills could be...read more
Though fashion styles change over time, pearls remain a fundamental component of many jewelry enthusiast’s wardrobes, from classic strands to contemporary designs. In selecting the best pearl beads for your beaded necklace or bracelet design, one should use the same...read more
Fine colored gemstones have been revered throughout history. Gemstones have been said to have the power to foretell events, strengthen memory, quicken intelligence, ensure purity, avert lightning, prevent intoxication, ensure happiness and are often equated to the...read more