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Gem by Gem

Rose Quartz

A rosy outlook! Rose quartz is more...


Citrine: the king of Quartz. The...


September’s Sensational Sapphire By...


October’s Opalescence Bursting with...


October Tourmaline Beautiful,...

Lapis Lazuli

Lapis lazuli: solid as a rock From...

Lapis lazuli: solid as a rock

From ancient cultures to today’s fashion runways, lapis lazuli has long been prized for its intense color. 

by Carol Besler

October Tourmaline

Beautiful, colorful, phenomenal tourmaline may be the world’s most versatile and varied gemstone.

by Carol Besler

October’s Opalescence

Bursting with life and vitality, the dazzling, hypnotic play-of-color that is opal inspires its moniker, Queen of All Gems, as it captures a rainbow in one stone.

September’s Sensational Sapphire

By Deborah Yonick

Sapphire, hailed by many gem experts and trends trackers as the most popular color stone on the market, has been the traditional birthstone for September since Jewelers of America established the modern list of birthstones in 1912.

Citrine: the king of Quartz. The world’s most popular quartz gem captures the warm glow of autumn.

By Carol Besler

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