Ruby Gemstone Spotlight
The sole birthstone for July, ruby is the brightest and boldest of all birthstones. Called ratnaraj, meaning the King of Gems by ancient Hindus, ruby's association with the blood of life has earned it powerful praise and high esteem since antiquity
Sunstone Gemstone Spotlight
Sunstone is fairly new to the United States market causing it's unique and amazing history to often be overlooked. Learn more about this truly rare and remarkable gem today!
Tsavorite Gemstone Spotlight
Natural and untreated, tsavorite garnet green is unlike any other green you have ever seen. Tsavorite is only available at a limited number of locales in the entire world
Sapphire Gemstone Spotlight
Sapphire is a stone known for its elaborate history and its wide array of colors, saturations and hues. Learn more about sapphire's bold, romantic and rich reputation.
Opal Gemstone Spotlight
Opal is known for its majestic plays of color and unique mining locales. Learn more about opal and find the one that catches your eye.
Tourmaline Gemstone Spotlight
Once proposed to be the national gemstone of the United States, tourmaline is found all over the world and in a variety of colors. Tourmaline is the most colorful of all gemstones because, according to an ancient Egyptian legend, it passed through a rainbow on its journey to Earth and brought all of the colors of the rainbow with it.
Spinel Gemstone Spotlight
A stone of mystery to so many in the world, spinel is a favorite of devoted gemstone collectors. The luster that spinel holds is unlike anything else in the gemstone family.
Morganite Gemstone Spotlight
Morganite, a member of the beryl family, is all its own, crossing no lines of color. Learn more about the stone that boasts a range of beautiful pink hues.