Spring Color Report: 3 You Need in Your Collection
We do not think we are exaggerating when we say these are THE most-wanted gemstones of the year.
Morganite’s hue ranges from a soft salmon to a vibrant blush, and its elegance makes you adult enough to wear it.
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According to our gemstone experts, this gem is becoming harder and harder for jewelers to nab due to demand- meaning its increasing rarity is making it tough to add to your collection. Not to worry, we have 25 for you to get right now.
Morganite’s growing popularity stems from its pink, blush-like hue which compliments every skin tone; although the gem appears ultra-pricey, she won’t break your bank. The stone sparkles best when surrounded by accent diamonds, but let’s be honest, what doesn’t?
Amethyst gems illuminate a dreamy, vintage-purple hue that is taking over 2017 from the runway to weddings and everything in-between. Moreover, we are not the only ones obsessing. Industry influencers who assemble the Pantone Spring Fashion Color Report (yes, that exists) conclude that the rosy undertones radiate on the skin and produce a healthy glow when worn.
The amethyst indicates a number of things in addition to being “fashion forward”. As February’s birthstone, this “stone of friendship” signifies purity & trust.
These punchy purple pieces are a great way to introduce feminine shades to your jewelry collection this year.
Don’t ever underestimate this classic. Because if these new styles tell us anything, it’s that there’s nothing “old school” about these new pearl designs.
Make a statement and queue the “oohs and ahhs” with a signature piece from our pearl collection of rings, ear climbers and new golden south sea pearl pendants.
Pearls, natural or cultured, are formed when a mollusk produces layers of nacre (pronounced NAY-kur) around some type of irritant inside its shell. In natural pearls, the irritant may be another organism from the water.