Etheric and magical moonstone captures our imagination with its shifting light and connection to the moon.
What gemstone is buried deep in the earth’s mantle, falls to earth from meteorites and flows from lava in volcanoes? The answer is peridot, the luscious bright green gem that has a history dating back to the ancient Egyptians and was a favored gemstone for jewelry during the Victorian and Edwardian era
Topaz, in its myriad colors, has been in and out of fashion since the days of the ancient Egyptians, who believed that it got its yellow color from the sun God Ra.
Every jewelry wardrobe needs a few basics to get started and one of those basics is a strand of pearls.
Deep within the Himalayan mountains of Kashmir, in a valley in the Zanskar range was a hidden treasure that was only discovered after a landslide revealed an area of pegmatitic rock dotted with blue crystals.
Whether you’re buying pearls for yourself, or someone else, it helps to know what to look for in a pearl before you make a purchas
For many centuries Bahrain was the pearling center of the world supplying natural pearls to those wealthy enough to own them.
With a green color evocative of emerald and the fire of a diamond, demantoid garnets are a very rare gemstone that is sometimes found in antique and vintage jewelry made during the Belle Epoque, (late 1800’s and early 1900s, approximately 1890 -1910
Industry pioneer, precious gem connoisseur and international gem merchant, Jack Abraham is passionate about ruby, sapphire and emerald.
One of the oldest and perhaps most revered of all gems is jade.