Gemstone and Diamond

Sapphires, Rubies and Emeralds, Oh My!

Whether you want to compliment your diamond or are looking to show off your favorite color, sapphires, rubies and emeralds are spectacular feature stones for engagement rings and wedding jewelry. Just like diamonds, not all specimens are created equal. Learn how to shop for these gemstones to ensure you get the superior quality you deserve….

The Four Ways Color is Described in Sapphire Engagement Rings

Since Princess Kate wore a sapphire engagement ring before marrying Prince William, the deep blue stone has become more popular year after year. Sapphires are gorgeous, and when it comes to hardness, these gemstones are second to the diamond. Before choosing a sapphire, however, it is important to understand how sapphires are evaluated based on…

Fire and Ice – Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Rings

No longer are we tied to the traditional round brilliant cut diamond solitaire as the primary option for engagement rings.  If you desire some color in your special piece, consider the bold fire and ice contrast of a sapphire and diamond engagement ring.  Sapphires can be used as the center or accent stones.  Regardless of…