Paraiba Tourmalines have stolen most of the Parisian High Jewelry showcases earlier this summer: here are all the reasons why.
Described as one of the oldest cutting techniques for gemstones, cabochons have been around for decades. This rounded top or pyramidal style can be seen in many gemstones, with a few differing shapes and styles.
How not to fall in love with this intensely colored stone that truly captures the spirit of the season?
Colombian emeralds have always been at the forefront of emeralds, but there is a new contender in the mix. These African stones obviously have many similarities as they are still emeralds, but there are some differences due to the origin.
Since the start of culturing pearls in the early 1900s, Akoya Pearls have been very popular in jewelry. Other cultured pearls such as Tahitian, South Sea and Freshwater Pearls have all found their place in the jewelry market as well.
Marquise cuts are the 2018 trend in jewelry transforming the stone from being old-school to super-cool
As much as rose cuts did in the past few years, the marquise cut diamonds are making a huge comeback especially when it comes to custom pieces and designers. Described as a the football-shaped cut but also the navette, a…
Rose Cuts: The comeback. Long forgotten, this cut has been faceting the jewelry trend for the past two years
The rose cut cut diamonds are some of the oldest and most unique cuts to be found in jewelry. While their popularity drastically decreased over the last decades, they have recently made a comeback in jewelry trends more than ever.
Considered as one of the most beautiful diamond shapes, the emerald cut was born out of the first cutting style for diamonds. Known to enhance color, emerald cuts can also be found for other gemstones.
Known for their beautiful coral like colors, the Conch pearl has been used in jewelry ever since the Victorian Era. Classic, just like traditional white pearls, Conch pearls bring gorgeous colorings to their jewelry pieces.
A beautiful and rare gemstone, the apatite, is starting to make a name for itself. Not known to many, this electric colored stone is often compared to Paraiba tourmalines because of its blue intensity.
Tourmalines come in many colors. Some are more rare than others. Some can be an alternative to a more expensive gem. Nonetheless, watermelon tourmalines are not so rare and quite affordable. Explanations.
With its extremely unique neon blue and green color, the Paraiba tourmaline has quickly become a popular and sought after gemstone. Hailing from Brazil or Africa, these stones have been the centerpiece to some gorgeous and unique pieces of jewelry.