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Sapphires, Emeralds, Rubies & Diamonds

The most valuable and sought-after gemstones in the world. The precious categorization is a reference to value: a really fine ruby, emerald, or sapphire can be priced higher per carat than a diamond. Sapphires are extremely hard and durable, so they will last forever in a piece of jewelry, and rubies and emeralds are extremely rare.

Discover our precious gemstone collection.

Sapphires | Effortless Elegance

Guaranteed to elevate any ensemble, this look features our favorite sapphires pieces styled with a stunning diamond choker. Pure sapphires are actually white, but in the presence of titanium and iron traces, they acquire a velvety blue color. Sapphires are known as the gemstones of wisdom, truth, and justice.

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the fifth and forty-fifth wedding anniversaries

Emeralds | The Rare Gem

Known for its intense green shade and a clear depth of color that very few gems possess, emerald is the precious stone that symbolizes renewal and hope. Emerald is the birthstone for May and the gem of the twentieth and thirty-fifth wedding anniversaries.

Ruby | The Love Talisman

A variety of the corundum family, ruby is famous for its deep red hue and vibrant glow. Bearing the color of love and desire, ruby is the ideal romantic gift for a woman in love. Ruby is the birthstone for July and the gem of the fifteenth and fortieth wedding anniversaries.

Diamonds | Big And Bright

Diamonds are among nature’s most precious and beautiful creations. On almost all modern birthstone lists, diamond is recognised today as the birthstone for April. Diamond is also the gem that marks the 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries.

Tanzanite | The Pleochroic Gem

Tanzanite is the violet blue to blue violet variety of the mineral zoisite. It is mined commercially only in one area of the world: the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, which is where it gets its name. Tanzanite is a pleochroic gem, which means it can show different colors when viewed in different crystal directions.small message about Tanzanite, brought to you by me.