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Metal

Silver:

Sterling Silver is naturally white and affordable, sterling silver is 92.5% pure and used in fine jewelry all over the world. This shimmery white metal can be worn day or night, and is a very popular in everyday jewelry. The Celts used silver to make rings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches. Sterling silver is comparatively softer and less durable than Gold.

Silver

Silver & Yellow Gold:

Solid Sterling Silver and Gold. For those wanting the two-tone look at an affordable price.

Silver & Yellow Gold
+$115

Silver & Rose Gold:

Solid Sterling Silver and Rose gold. For those wanting the two-tone look at an affordable price. Flatters all skin tones.

Silver & Rose Gold
+$115

White Gold:

If you worry about silver tarnishing or find the metal too soft, then White gold jewelry is perfect for you. Pure gold is mixed with other metals that change it from its natural yellow color to white, the pieces are then coated with rhodium for lasting brightness. Gold Jewelry is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion, making it an ideal investment or family heirloom passed down the generations. Available in 10K, 14K and 18K.

White Gold
+$375

White & Yellow Gold:

Two most-loved shades of Gold come together to create this combination that exudes pure sophistication. Most ancient civilizations, from the Greeks to the Egyptians, wore and cherished yellow gold jewelry. The Celts used gold to make rings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches in pieces which still exist today. Gold Jewelry is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion., making it an ideal investment or family heirloom passed down the generations. Available in 10K,14K and 18K.

White & Yellow Gold
+$390

White & Rose Gold:

The warmth of Rose gold is set against the sophistication of white gold to create this visually appealing blend. Most ancient civilizations, from the Greeks to the Egyptians, wore and cherished gold jewelry. The Celts used gold to make rings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches in pieces which still exist today Gold Jewelry is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion., making it an ideal investment or family heirloom passed down the generations. Available in 10K,14K and 18K.

White & Rose Gold
+$390

Gold:

Rich and exuberant, this metal is perfect for anyone who likes to keep it classic. Most ancient civilizations, from the Greeks to the Egyptians, wore and cherished yellow gold jewelry. The Celtis used gold to make rings, necklaces, bracelets and brooches in pieces which still exist today. Gold Jewelry is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion., making it an ideal investment or family heirloom passed down the generations. Available in 10K,14K and 18K.

Gold
+$375

Rose Gold:

Lovely Rose gold jewelry gives everything you wear a touch of romance, exuding a delightful rosy hue, also known as pink gold or red gold. Copper is added for a rosy colour that flatters all skin tones. You can wear rose gold jewelry with your pieces in white and yellow gold without having to worry about the metals clashing. Gold Jewelry is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion., making it an ideal investment or family heirloom passed down the generations. Available in 10K, 14K and 18K.

Rose Gold
+$375
Stone Type

Emerald:

Emerald is the birthstone for May. Emerald is our best selling Gemstone as it is associated with Ireland which has the nickname of the "Emerald Isle”. Emeralds are among the rarest of gems having been mined for 1000s of years. The deeper and more vivid in the color of green the higher the value. As the gem of Venus and associated with Spring, Emerald symbolizes love, eternal youth and rebirth.

Emerald

Diamond:

Diamond is the birthstone for April. Diamonds have been admired gemstones of desire since ancient times. Formed one hundred miles beneath the Earth's surface over a billion years ago, diamonds are the hardest gem of all. It is also known as "the queen of the gems and the gem of queens”. The Romans thought diamonds were so brilliant they must be fallen stars. The ancient Greeks called diamond "adamas," meaning invincible, theorizing that something so beautiful must be the crystallized teardrops of the gods. While aesthetically pleasing they also are an investment.

Diamond

Sapphire:

Sapphire is the birthstone for September Sapphire is a popular and rare gemstone. It is second only to diamond in terms of hardness. Sapphire symbolizes fidelity and the soul. In ancient times, a gift of a sapphire was a pledge of trust and loyalty. The ancient Persians believed the earth rests on a giant sapphire. Its reflection, they said, made the sky blue. Sapphire comes from the Greek word for blue, sappheiros, and this gem provides the most beautiful blues of the gem kingdom. Sapphire is the gem of truth. The tradition is so strong, we still think of an honest person as "true blue."

Sapphire

Ruby:

Ruby is the birthstone for July Ruby is one of the most desirable gems. Transparent rubies of large sizes are even rarer than Diamonds. The ruby has been a symbol of vitality and royalty for centuries. The ultimate red gem, ruby has been the world's most valued gemstone for most of recorded history. According to the Bible, only wisdom and virtuous women are more precious. Burning with an unquenchable fire, ruby has long been a symbol of undying love. Ruby is the gem of courage and emotion. Its fiery brilliance attracts the eye and quickens the pulse. In legend, ruby is the gem of the heart with the power to kindle the flame of desire.

Ruby

Amethyst:

Amethyst is the birthstone for February Amethyst is the gem of sobriety and peace. Its name comes from the Greek "amethystos" which means "not drunken". They served wine in amethyst goblets during long banquets because they believed this wine-colored gem had the power to keep guests sober. Since the middle ages, Bishop's rings have been set with amethyst as a symbol of piety and celibacy. Leonardo da Vinci wrote that amethyst has the power to protect against evil thoughts and to sharpen the intelligence. Tibetan Buddhists use amethyst rosaries to enhance the peace and tranquility of meditation.

Amethyst

Aquamarine:

Aquamarine is the birthstone for March Aquamarine captures the beauty of the sea, its pastel blue tinged with a hint of green. The icy color is as fresh with earth tones as with other pastel shades and the perfect accompaniment to grey and navy. Legends say that aquamarine is the treasure of mermaids, with the power to keep sailors safe at sea. In addition to calming the waves, aquamarine is also said to have a soothing influence on relationships, making it a good anniversary gift. Contemplating aquamarine can inspire inner peace too. A dream of aquamarine means that you will meet new friends.

Aquamarine

Citrine:

Citrine is the birthstone for November. Citrine, derived from the citrine - a yellow fruit similar to the lemon- and meaning "lemon" in many languages, it is associated with success and prosperity. Citrine has a bright sunny color that will add a warm glow to your wardrobe.

Citrine

Garnet:

Garnet is the birthstone for January Break open a pomegranate: see the tiny glossy red seeds? Now you can see why garnet comes from the Latin word for seed, granatum. To the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians, garnet was a tiny glossy red gem, bursting with fire. Beautiful garnet jewelry found in archeological digs is more than 5,000 years old. Garnets symbolize loyalty and kindness. In a Grimm Fairy Tale, an old lady who rescues an injured bird is rewarded with a magical garnet that lights up the night. A garnet also lit the way for Noah's Ark. In legend, garnets protect travelers when they are far from home.

Garnet

Blue Topaz:

Blue topaz is the birthstone for December The beautiful blue of the sky on a summer's day sparkles in every blue topaz. Fresh and breezy, blue topaz is one of the most versatile gems in nature's palette. Legend says that topaz dispels enchantment. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz has the power to increase strength and make its wearer invisible in times of emergency. Topaz was also said to change color in the presence of poisoned food or drink.

Blue Topaz

Peridot:

Peridot is the birthstone for August Peridot is the extraterrestrial gem: tiny peridot crystals have been discovered in meteors that fall to earth. On our planet, this lime-green gem forms in volcanoes, under tremendous heat and pressure. The ancient Romans called peridot "evening emerald", since its green color did not darken at night but was still visible by lamplight. Peridot was mined in ancient Egypt on an island called Zeberget. Later, peridot was also often used to adorn medieval churches.

Peridot

Pink Tourmaline:

Tourmaline is the birthstone for October Tourmaline is the gem of intuition. Legend says tourmaline inspires artistic expression. In addition to uniquely varied beauty, tourmaline has unusual electrical properties. Crystals acquire a polarized charge when heated or compressed. This property has made tourmaline the latest miracle ingredient in moisturizers: manufacturers claim the gem helps pull pollutants from your skin. Pink tourmaline was an obsession for the last empress of China, who slept on a pink tourmaline pillow to inspire good dreams.

Pink Tourmaline

Alexandrite:

Alexandrite is the June birthstone Alexandrite possess beautiful color-changing properties varying with different sources of light. In daylight, the stone turns shades of emerald and sea green. When lit by candles, lamps, and other incandescent lights, the gems take on a vivid red, violet, or purple hue. An eye-catching, gorgeous gemstone, alexandrite's discovery traces back to 1830 in Russia's Ural Mountains. The gemstone was discovered on Alexander II's 16th birthday and was thusly named after the future Czar. The gemstone's red and green hues mirrored those of the Imperial Russian flag, greatly enhancing its popularity throughout the empire, and for centuries to follow.

Alexandrite

Moissanite:

Brilliance, which refers to the white light reflected back to the eye, is a good measure for how much a diamond will "sparkle". Moissanite disperses light very well and is actually more brilliant than a diamond. Natural moissanite is incredibly rare on earth, it is mostly only to be found in meteorites, having first been discovered in a meteorite crater in Arizona in 1893. Today, it’s created in controlled environments to mimic the forces of nature, resulting in durable, super-hard gemstones with a minimum ecological impact, and absolutely no mining.

Moissanite
$8.99
Classic
Cursive

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