Colored Gemstones have suffered a serious stroke in terms of commercialization since most people now like splurge in Diamonds. In fact, colored gemstones have acquired the position of being somewhat tacky and cheap as they don’t cost as much as diamonds. But Tanzanite has turned tables! This blue stone is now the new exclusive choice […]
It’s hard to not appreciate the divine shade of blue topaz rings. Known for its association with December (birthstone), blue topaz is largely favored for distinct three shades: Sky blue, London blue and Swiss. The stone stands for eternal beauty, adoration and love thus making blue topaz engagement rings perfect for popping the question.
If you want an event like your engagement to be noticed, try something new and exotic. Exchanging peridot engagement rings or sunstone engagement rings might even bring the event in the local news!
Also known as pink beryl/emerald, cesian beryl, rose beryl, Morganite was actually named in honor or JP Morgan by the famed gemologist, George Kunz. It was in 1911 that this rare light pink-rose hued beryl stone was given the status of a gemstone and sold as a engagement ring stone. This beautiful stone also has […]
As a rare mineral, Moissanite is another name for silicon carbide and its other forms. Engagement rings came to be made of moissanite as the glitter of its sparkling white light emerged to be something remarkable. The best part of a moissanite engagement ring came out when it was realized that it costs quite less […]