• About Alexandrite

    When you are shopping for alexandrite jewelry, the most important value factors to consider are the qualit...

  • About Amethyst

    Amethyst is the gem of sobriety and peace. Its name comes from the Greek 'amethystos' which means 'not dru...

  • About Aquamarine

      Aquamarine captures the beauty of the sea, its pastel blue tinged with a hint of green. The icy color is...

  • About Black Onyx

      The little black dress of gemstones, opaque black onyx takes on extra polish in eye-catching faceted cut...

  • About Blue Topaz

    The beautiful blue of the sky on a summer's day sparkles in every blue topaz. Fresh and breezy, blue topaz...

  • About Citrine

    Citrine, a yellow quartz gem, adds a squeeze of lemony sparkle to any jewelry design. Often paired with ame...

  • About Diamond

    The Romans thought diamonds were so brilliant they must be fallen stars. Born deep within the earth million...

  • About Emerald

    Because the rich green color of emerald is the color of spring, it has long symbolized love and rebirth. A...

  • About Fire Opal

    Born in the fire of Mexico''s volcanoes, fire opal''s natural bright orange is unmatched in the gem kingdo...

  • About Garnet

    Break open a pomegranate: see the tiny glossy red seeds? Now you can see why garnet comes from the Latin w...

  • About Green Quartz

    This lovely seafoam quartz relative of amethyst, also known as prasiolite, has a flattering celadon color t...

  • About Iolite

      Long known as 'water sapphire', this lovely blue gem has the steely hue of the ocean at dawn. Named from...

  • About Lab Emerald

    What is a Lab Grown Emerald? Lab Grown Emeralds (also called Lab Created Emeralds, Lab Emeralds or Created...

  • About Lab Grown Diamond

    What is a Lab Grown Diamond?Lab Grown Diamonds (also called Lab Created Diamonds, Lab Diamonds or Created D...

  • About Lab Ruby

    What is a Lab Grown Ruby?Lab Grown Ruby (also called Lab Created Ruby, Lab Ruby or Created Ruby) is precis...

  • About Lab Sapphire

      What is a Lab Grown Sapphire?Lab Grown Sapphires (also called Lab Created Sapphires, Lab Sapphires or Cr...

  • About Moissanite

      In 1893, moissanite was discovered by the Nobel Prize-winning French chemist Dr.Henri Moissan while exam...

  • About Morganite

      What is Morganite?Morganite is a delicate pink variety of the mineral, Beryl, ranging from purplish-pink...

  • About Pearl

      Throughout history, we've seen perfection in the pearl. In Persian mythology, they are called "the tears...

  • About Peridot

    Peridot is the extraterrestrial gem: tiny peridot crystals have been discovered in meteors that fall to ea...

  • About Quartz

    Quartz is the most versatile gem family, spanning the spectrum from well known gems like purple amethyst, ...

  • About Ruby

    Worn by passionate women with a flair for the dramatic, ruby is the gem of courage and emotion. Its fiery ...

  • About Sapphire

    The ancient Persians believed the earth rests on a giant sapphire. Its reflection, they said, made the sky...

  • About Tanzanite

    Tanzanite has a velvety purplish-blue unlike any other gem. Mined in only one place in the world, a five-s...

  • About Tourmaline

      Tourmaline is the gem of intuition and creativity. Tourmaline is named from the Sinhalese tura mali, whi...