Blue Cab!

Gabriella Kiss 18K oval aquamarine ring with 3 scallops. 

Fun fact: some gemstones are heated to high temperatures to enhance the color and/or clarity of a stone. Aquamarines are often heat treated to change a blue-green or teal colored stone to a pure blue. This results in a permanent color change. 

 

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Aqua Pear!

Chopard’s Red Carpet collection features a pear-shaped aquamarine, set in an 18K white gold ring with diamonds and sapphires. 

Fun myth: A legend says that sailors wore aquamarine gemstones to keep them safe and prevent seasickness. 

 

A-sym-met-ri-cal….

Monday morning trend report…. 

Asymmetrical – Not the same, having parts that fail to correspond to one another, being different in a unique and fun way, its a mismatch of color and shapes, using stones to form new and creative designs, Ruth Tomlinson, Todd Reed, Fernando Jorge are some of the designers that are blazing the trail for this trend which is a big favorite among the younger crowd, who are embracing jewelry that speaks to their individuality.