We have come to the end of the road, our month long tribute is over but before we say goodbye to sapphires for a bit, we wanted to feature this stunning ring with amazing pavé set diamonds and beautiful sapphires.

We had lots of fun bringing you guys some of our favorite sapphire jewelry, fun facts, myths…. this month and we would like to share one of our favorite fact/myth as we close out September and the sapphire.

Fun myth: Sapphire has long symbolized truth, sincerity, and faithfulness. 



The Peacock Strut!

Our two cents’ worth Tuesday pick, features this amazing peacock brooch, adorned with multi color stones and diamonds, nature is definitely getting a run for it’s money. 

White and black gold Peacock brooch with diamonds, sapphires, rhodolite, topaz, citrine, amethyst and iolite. 


Just some color….

Monday morning trend report…. 

A rainbow of colors, jewelry designers love color and who doesn’t? We are seeing multi color/colour stones being used to portrait that rainbow effect, vibrant hues and full of life designs bring these bold and unique collections of jewelry together, with a little modern twist!

You got to love color/colour! It is such a beau-ti-ful thing! 


Hair Love!

Taking combs to that next level, no, that next next level, simply outstanding! 

Peacock comb in white gold with sapphires, turquoises, emeralds, tsavorites.

Fun history: French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte gave to his beloved Josephine a sapphire engagement ring in 1796. The ring, which sold at auction for close to a million dollars last year, features a pear-shaped sapphire next to a pear-shaped diamond, on a simple gold band. 


A rainbow on the ear is like….

As the month of September winds down and our month long Sapphire feature is coming to a close, we wanted to highlight something with a range of color/colour, with some of the different shades of sapphires, come on, color/colour is a beautiful thing! 

Blackened 18K pink gold hoop earrings featuring amethysts, blue sapphires, yellow sapphires, orange sapphires, pink sapphires and tsavorites.

Fun fact: Perhaps the most intriguing type of sapphire is the “color change” variety. These gemstones exhibit different colors depending on the lighting, often changing from blue in daylight to purple in incandescent light.