When hearing the word Sapphire many people immediately envision a stunning violet-blue gemstone because the word “Sapphire” is Greek for blue.
For centuries, the Sapphire has been referred to as the ultimate blue gemstone....
Green is the color of Spring and has long symbolized love and rebirth. As the gem of Venus, it was also considered to aid in fertility.
Cleopatra, Egypt’s tempestuous female monarch was as famous...
This bright shining gem has said to be a gift from the sun.
The name Citrine, which is French for “lemon”, fits well with its color range of juicy lemon yellow to a bright...
Since ancient times, diamonds have been admired objects of desire. Formed one hundred miles beneath the Earth’s surface over a billion years ago, diamonds are the hardest gem of all.
Diamonds have a long...
The ancient Greeks and Romans believed Amethyst would ward off the intoxicating powers of Bacchus, and keep the wearer clear headed and quick-witted.
For centuries, Amethyst has been associated with many myths and legends...
Like all precious stones, pearls have a special symbolic meaning.
They have been considered good luck and have symbolized purity, chastity, humility and innocence, because the beginning of their life is a simple grain of...