Like flowers, colored gemstones come in every hue, tone and saturation. Both are born of Nature and evolve into something exquisite. But, unlike flowers whose beauty fades with time, the beauty of colored gemstones is everlasting.
This area has been designed to introduce you to the exciting world of colored gemstones and cultured pearls, where you may see old friends - as well as discover some fascinating and beautiful gemstones which you may never have seen.
Amethyst - Regal in color, the ametheyst is a favorite of designers.
Aquarmarine - The name aquamarine brings to mind the clear blue tint of the sea.
Citrine - Sunny and affordable, citrine can brighten almost any jewelry style.
Emerald - Emerald symbolizes rebirth and the abundance of the life force.
Garnet - The versatile garnet comes in a virtual rainbow of colors .
Peridot - Peridot is treasured in Hawaii as the goddess Pele's tears.
Ruby - Celebrated in in ancient writings as the most precious of all gemstones.
Sapphire - Sapphire, beloved for centuries as the ultimate blue gemstone.
Topaz - Egyptians said that topaz was colored with the golden glow of the sun god.
Tourmaline - Reds, pinks, greens and blues abound in this marvelous gem variety.
All gemstone info courtesy of AGTA