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New Year, New Jewelry! Make sure your treasures, both new and old, are covered by an accurate appraisal.
Imagine sitting by a fire on a chilly January night. Snuggled up under a blanket on the couch, you gaze into the embers, slowly burning out at the bottom of the fireplace. The heat and flickering colors put you at perfect ease. This deep fiery color is the perfect hue to combat the cold - it’s no surprise that garnet, with those same warm tones, was chosen as the birthstone for this month. Read on to learn all about this inviting gem.
Arizona is a special state, that’s easy to see whether you’ve lived here all your life, or are just traveling through. Only 13 states in the nation produce jewelry quality natural gemstones, and Arizona alone produces multiple different gems! Some of our favorites include, ...
Properties Citrine is a member of the Quartz family and ranges from beautiful, glowings shades of pale yellow to brownish orange. Citrine gets its name from the citron fruit tree because of these lemon-inspired shades. Citrine’s yellow colors are produced by having traces of ...
For those lucky enough to be born in the month of October, you have two birthstones to choose from! Both opal and pink tourmaline are birthstones that we use to celebrate this month. Read on to learn some little known facts about both of these beautiful gems!
It’s a known fact that horse people like to “horse around," and are hard on their bodies, which means they are hard on their jewelry. From shoveling manure, holding the reins, and being exposed to weird horse product, equestrians are tough people. How do we create a piece of jewelry that is durable enough to stand up to the ultimate test?
Don't let your fashion faux-pas pieces go to waste! With our designers and onsite jewelers, it is possible to redesign your unworn jewelry into something you truly love!
Did you know that before the twentieth century, sapphires were the preferred gem for engagement rings? Read on to learn more about the September birthstone.
Found in lava, meteorites, and deep in the earth’s mantle, yellow-green peridot is the extreme gem. Read on to learn all about August’s birthstone.
Diamonds may be forever, but appraisals are, unfortunately, not. Read on to learn more about the appraisal process, and why it it important to keep your appraisals up to date!
Ruby is the July birthstone – and it’s one of the most coveted of gems. Called the “king of gems” in ancient India, here is everything you need to know about ruby!
Tourmaline is a gemstone with a colorful past. From it's mysterious origins to it's status as an American gem, uncover the deeper beauty of tourmaline.