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Spiralz-cut Gemstones
The brilliance of a diamond comes from the way it is cut, but why hang on to the same regular pattern. I was quite fascinated to discover an innovative way to cut stones and make then look even better. I must admit that I am attracted to creativity rather than standard or classical designs. So here they are: the curl-cut gemstones. 11.41ct Rubellite ...
Aquamarine Gemstones Rings for March
March is the third month of the year and its approaching quite fast, isn’t it? According to the Birthstone List from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) for this particular month of the year the birthstone assigned is Aquamarine.Aquamarine is a fascinating blue gemstone. Its color varies from the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the ...
March Birthstone: Aquamarine
Did you know? Aquamarine is a variety of the mineral beryl, just like the emerald, but unlike it, aquamarine is found in large crystals. The biggest producer of aquamarines is Brazil, where the stone is quite abundant. Aquamarine is also mined in Nigeria, Zambia, China, India, Australia and US. The very best of stones are called Sa...
April Birthstone: Diamond
Did you know? Diamond is the hardest substance found in nature, everyone knows that. Diamond is 4 times harder than the next hardest natural mineral, corundum more specifically sapphire and ruby. If a diamond receives a sharp blow in one of it’s forth cleavage directions it will split. A skilled diamond setter should prevent exposin...
May birthstone: Emerald
Emerald – Did you know? Emerald is the green version of the mineral Beryl. Emerald is considered to be the talisman of the goddess Venus and it represents faith, goodness and kindness. They are traditionally thought to enhance the clairvoyance of their wearers. The word “emerald”derived from the Greek word “smaragdos&rd...
June Birthstone-Pearl
Did you know? The Greeks believed that pearls were the hardened tears of joy that the goddess of love shed from her eyes when born from the sea. The Arabs believe that pearls were formed when oysters were lured from the depths of the ocean by the beautiful moon and then swallowed moonlit dewdrops. The pearls are formed when an ...
Marc Jacobs Watch Pendants
To all the superfluous summer tops, precious and vaporous blouses that just seem to float, my suggestion is accessorizing them with a simple long chain with a chic pendant. I have found just the perfect example for you – the necklaces from MARC collection by Marc Jacobs. Marc’s creations are much more than mere simple elegant necklaces, but at...
Animal Totem Jewelry
About the Swan Ring Graceful and feminine, you’ll love the way this swan adds unique elegance to your ensemble. As a personal animal totem, the swan is a powerful and ancient symbol. It helps guide you to access the beauty within you and others. A symbol of sensitivity, love, and beauty, is helps to remind us of the blessings found in our relatio...
Jewelry of the Week
Citrine is one of November’s designated stone and ever since ancient times this birthstone was though to be beneficial to the wearer. How so? Well, it was even thought that this yellow beautiful stone would somehow ward away any snake venom. That’s a bit hard to believe today I guess… In modern days, apart from symbolic and curative ...
Another day, another stone
You may find this strange but spring may be less colored than the creations of Margaret Thurman and her team from the Echo of the Dreamer. The designs are a burst of minerals and colored stones. The jewelry is inspired by the cultures of the world and the collection seems to hold all the treasures of the earth. The variety of the stones and materia...
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