If you have a taste for the dark and dramatic, this is your stone! The robust, brownish-red hue induces thoughts of color-changing leaves, stormy skies, and fragrant spiced wine.
The gemstone is a zircon, and it was mined in Burma. The zircon weighs 4.48ct, and has a modified emerald-cut.
Set the zircon horizontally (as shown) for a modern look, or vertically, flanked by diamonds, for a more classic feel. High karat yellow or rose gold will set the stone ablaze!
For your consideration: a fabulous tourmaline, in a highly-sought-after icy green hue! Discovered in Afghanistan, this genuine tourmaline gemstone has been cut and polished by award-winning lapidary Chris Wolfsberg. Chris fashioned...
Yes, sapphires can be purple. They can be found in every color of the rainbow, actually. Except red. When sapphire (the mineral corundum) is red, it's called "ruby". This perky example...
A dazzling gem discovered in the United States! Sourced in Montana, this genuine, earth-mined sapphire is made special by its dueling hues: green-blue and yellow-green. The sapphire has been fashioned...