GUIDE TO BUYING GEMSTONE JEWELLERY
Beauty. Rarity. Durability. Discover the attributes that attract us to colored gemstones for personal adornment and make gemstones valuable and precious. Colored gemstones provide the opportunity for uniquely personal expression. Use our guide to buying gemstone jewellery to ensure you select the highest quality gemstone jewellery for your budget.
Garnet is a gorgeous gem that is commonly find in dark red color. High-Quality garnets have vivid color & good translucency. It glows with fire and brilliance in your gemstone jewelry
Garnet’s virtues have been long believed to include Passion, Victory & Eternal Love.
An amethyst is a violet variety of quartz. This colorful quartz has been one of the most prized gemstones for centuries. This lively quartz stone varies in color from no distinguishable color to light lavender, to a rich deep purple.
Amethyst is said to be associated with qualities of Healing & Calmness.
Aquamarine embodies the blue glisten of the sea. These light blue gemstones are a variety of the mineral beryl, as is the emerald. Aquamarine’s cool blue hue is believed to have a calming effect on its wearer. Look for clear, bright colors and good translucency.
Aquamarine: a timeless symbol of Calmness & Hope..
The Diamond is a universally-adored gemstone, often referred to as a ‘girl s best friend’. Highly valued for their brilliance and durability, diamonds also signify strength, balance, and courage. Learn More
Diamonds have been prized for centuries as the symbol of eternal love & strength.
Emerald is a variety of beryl and the finest-quality emeralds have vivid, saturated color. Top quality Emeralds are even more valuable than diamonds. The rich, green emerald has been held in high esteem by many cultures around the world for centuries.
Emerald is considered to be a strong symbol of Royalty, Intuitiveness, & Love.
Pearls are one of the most elegant fashion statements the wearer can make. Pearls are so classic that they are seen as a symbol of wealth and dignity. Pearls have become an heirloom for generations of women around the world.
Pearl is a symbol of Purity & Innocence.
Like sapphires, rubies are a variety of corundum, a mineral with great hardness well suited to everyday wear. Examples of flawless rubies are extremely rare and highly prized. The best examples have good translucency and depth of color.
Ruby has long represented Romance, Devotion, & Passion.
Peridots, like diamonds are formed deep in the earth, surfacing only during volcanic eruptions. This is one of the only gemstones that only exists in a single color: olive green. The intensity of the natural green depends on how much iron is in the crystal. That is why Peridot gemstones vary from yellow, to olive to brownish-green.
Peridot is known to bring happiness & good fortune to its wearer.
Sapphires are ideal for everyday wear in jewelry because they are hard and durable. Sapphire is well known for its velvety-blue hue, but pink sapphire is gaining popularity. The most prized sapphires have good transparency and vibrant depth of color.
Sapphire is a traditional symbol of nobility, truth, & commitment.
If you want that special woman to feel like a princess, there s nothing sweeter than Pink Tourmaline gemstone jewellery. This gorgeous gemstone comes in variety of colors.
Tourmaline is thought to inspire spirituality, compassion and gentleness.
This bright, effervescent gemstone gets its name from the French word for lemon and has been regarded as a symbol for happiness, health and vitality for centuries. High quality citrines will have good transparency and no eye-visible inclusions. They range in color from earthy deep browns and reddish-oranges to glowing yellow-orange. .
Citrine is a symbol of Healing, Inspiring, & Happniess.
Pure Topaz is transparent, and gets it’s the impurities that give it color-often wine, yellow, gray, red, blue or brown. Blue Topaz can occur naturally, but is very rare.
Blue Topaz is a symbol of Wisdom & Longevity.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR GEMS
- Clean your gemstone jewellery with some warm water and gentle soap.
- Do not soak your pearls, corals or turquoise jewellery in water. We repeat, don’t do it.
- Humidity and moisture? Trust us, they are the enemy.
- Don’t wear your jewellery while swimming, in the shower or at the gym.
- Your gemstones aren’t perfume-friendly or lotion-friendly. So apply them first, and wear your jewellery after they settle into your skin.
- Got yourself a pretty string of pearls? Don’t forget to get them restrung every other year or so.