A Feather….

Boucheron peacock feather brooch in 18K white gold, with white diamonds and aquamarine. 

Fun care: Aquamarine is one of the more durable of gemstones, but it still requires careful handling and care. Avoid wearing aquamarine jewelry when working around harsh chemicals. To prevent scratches, always store aquamarine gemstones separately from other types of gemstone and gemstone jewelry. 

 

Rubber Ducky!

Our two cents’ worth Tuesday pick is this creative 18K yellow gold ring by Chopard, set with yellow diamonds, amethysts, paraiba tourmalines blue and orange sapphires, topazes and lazulites and an amazing blue cabochon sapphire.  

Fun fact: Lazulites was first described in 1795 for deposits in Styria Austria. Its name comes from the German lazurstein, for blue stone or from Arabic for heaven. 

 

Silky Smooth!

Our Monday morning trend report…. 

The silk scarf, always a sophisticated choice, embellished with some jewels and you have an elegant, chic and fashionable trend, it has taken over the fashion runways, paired together with the choker necklace, this trend is still so very hot! A must have this season for every fashionista.

Fun fact: Silk rapidly became a popular luxury fabric. Demand for this exotic fabric eventually created a 4,000 miles long trade route, also known as the Silk Road, stretching from Eastern China to the Mediterranean Sea. 

 

Chanel’s Secret!

Our two cents worth funday Friday’s pick is a special secret from Baselworld 2016. Chanel Morganite secret watch which features an 18K white gold cuff, with a stunning pink morganite cabochon in the center, surrounded by diamonds, a concealed mechanism enables the wearer to lift the center stone to reveal the watch dial.  

A Butter-Fly….

Tiffany platinum butterfly brooch with blue chalcedony, Montana sapphires, moonstones and diamonds. 

Fun fact: Montana, has more variety of colors in sapphire than any other locality in the world, including two types of sapphires: the Yogo Sapphire from the central area of the state, and Fancy Montana Sapphires found mostly in the western half of the state.