Orange with a splash of yellow!

Our two cents’ worth Tuesday pick is this 18K yellow gold ring, set with citrine, spessartites, white diamonds and orange sapphires, re-mark-a-ble design! 

Fun fact: Spessartite garnet, also called spessartine garnet, is a member of the large and colorful garnet group. It was named after the Spessart district of Bavaria, Germany. 

 

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“Y” Not?

Monday morning trend report…. 

The Y’s and the Y’s not!

Back with a vengence, a new take on bars, the usual color stones, some pearl, the addition of symbols and words and we are all set for the “Y2K” 2015, short on the neck or long all the way to the waist, which and whatever you perfer! “Y” not, right?

Fun fact: Necklaces have been an integral part of jewelry since the time of ancient civilizations and pre-date the invention of writing. 

 

Trapped Beauty!

Citrine, the birthstone of November, it comes in many shades, ranging in colors/colours of yellow, yellow-brown, orange, dark orange-brown, reddish-brown, this month we will feature the citrine on some exceptional jewelry/jewellery, stay tuned! 

Citrine encaged in 18K yellow gold, featured as an earring and pendant set, confined but beautiful! 

 

Friendship Rings?

Funday Friday pick is this amazing 18K yellow gold, flower ring with yellow and white diamonds, yellow plus roses equals friendship! 

Fun fact: Yellow diamonds were once thought to be inferior. Paler yellows, such as canary yellow, are more common but are not as desirable as their darker counterparts. Intense fancy yellow diamonds are the most rare and valuable of the yellow diamonds.