The Superstitious History of Opal Jewelry

Birthstone of October, color-changing opals are one of the most widely loved gems by antique jewelry aficionados and modern jewelry designers alike.     Like other gems with unique histories, the opal, October’s birthstone, is filled with a rich narrative … Continued

10 Museums To Visit If You Love Jewelry

Is jewelry art? These priceless collections are housed in some of the world’s greatest museums and prove that it is.  COOPER HEWITT MUSEUM, NEW YORK CITY Along with the jewelry in its permanent collection, the museum also has exhibits dedicated to gems, … Continued

Aquamarine jewelry: a color as fascinating as its history

Discover the best of aquamarine jewels and its history, a stone of the beryl family that inspires jewelry designers to create blue masterpieces.   Aquamarine takes its name from the Latin word for seawater, its luminous hue conjuring up images … Continued

Eyes Desire Gemstone Gold Jewelry

Gorgeous 10K,14k, and 18K yellow, white, and rose gold at Eyes Desire Gemstone Gold Jewelry. Stunning Rings, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, and many more gorgeous fine gold jewelry pieces available. The store is on Amazon.com, and many of the products at … Continued

Eyes Desire Fine Silver Jewelry

Gorgeous Fine Silver Jewelry at Eyes Desire Fine Silver Jewelry Stunning Rings, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, and many more gorgeous fine silver jewelry pieces available.  The store is on Amazon.com, and many of the products at Eyes Desire Fine Silver Jewelry offer … Continued

Blue Nile Certified Diamond and Fine Jewelry

Founded in 1999, Blue Nile has grown to become the largest online retailer of certified diamonds and fine jewelry. Internet Retailer Magazine reports Blue Nile is bigger than the next three largest online jewelers combined. The company is built on … Continued

Tanzanite jewellery: its rich blue hues ranging from ultramarine to light purple make tanzanite a highly desirable gemstone

What is Tanzanite? Tanzanite is a trade name that was first used by Tiffany and Company for gem-quality specimens of the mineral zoisite with a blue color. Tiffany could have sold the material under the mineralogical name of “blue zoisite,” … Continued

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