I’m so Fancy!

Our Monday morning trend report….

It’s all about being fancy. 

The fancy cut stone trend has evolved into such a fun and creative category, thanks to designers like Grima, Mccaul, Lily Kamper, Polly Wales and Tomasz Donocik, just to name a few. 
They have brought these unique and fashion forward designs to the front of the line, using fancy cut stones in different shapes and colors, to form these modern and distinctive jewelry pieces, very current and so innovative.  



I’m so Fancy!



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Crazy Skull….

De Grisogono 18K white gold watch with heart-cut diamond, baguette-cut diamonds, black lacquered dials, white and black diamonds, Dauphine hands, sapphire glasses, black galuchat strap, white gold folding clasp full set with diamonds. 

Fun myth: Minerals were among the first medicinal ingredients. In the middle Ages, it was believed that a diamond could heal the sick person that took it into his/her bed and warmed it with the body. 



Tiffany medallion pendants in a precious path of dazzling cobblestones set in platinum with round Montana sapphires, pink sapphires and round brilliant diamonds, on an 18″ chain. 

Fun myth: Diamonds were also supposed to impart virtue, generosity, as well as to calm the mentally ill and even to determine lawsuits in the wearer’s favor.

Not only was it commonly believed that diamonds could bring luck and success, but also that they could counter the effects of astrological events. 



Diamonds – a girls best friend and the traditional birthstone of April it holds significant meaning for those born in that month, thought to provide the wearer with better relationships and an increase in inner strength. 

Tiffany platinum solitaire ring with an exquisite emerald-cut diamond.

Fun fact: The word diamond comes from the Greek word “adamas” meaning unconquerable or invincible. Interestingly, its Aryan root “dam”, to tame or subdue, is also the basis of the word ”madam”. The adjective “adamas” was employed to describe the hardest substance known and became synonymous with the gem, in reference to the hardness of this stone made of carbon, a chemical element fundamental to all life, here in its most concentrated form. 


Aqua Dolphin….

Our month long feature of aquamarine and all the spectacular jewelry finds we shared this month, has come to an end but we wanted to showcase one more awesome piece with aquamarine, this Boodles, dolphin ring in 18K white gold, set with an impressive aquamarine and surrounded by diamonds, paraiba tourmalines and sapphires. 

Fun myth: Since early times, aquamarine has been believed to endow the wearer with foresight, courage, and happiness. It is said to increase intelligence and make one youthful. 


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.