Monthly Archives: April 2012

A couple of weeks ago I had the pleasure of working with a new customer, Evelyn, to help her create a gorgeous blue sapphire ring.  After receiving this wonderful comment from her, I decided to share her story and the … Continue Reading

This is my dream look for a bridesmaid!  Navy and yellow look so amazing together, especially for an elegant evening wedding in a swanky location.  I think this look exudes sophistication with the yellow adding just the right amount of … Continue Reading

With Mother’s day right around the corner what better way to show your wife or mother (this time instead of your mother showing her motherly love towards you, show her how much love and care you have for her) how … Continue Reading

Most of the sapphires in the Natural Sapphire Company are coming from the small city in Sri Lanka known as Ratnapura.  Ratnapura, which translates to “city of gems,” is world famous for some of the finest and most beautiful sapphires in … Continue Reading

Wedding bands are very special.  Most men do not own much jewelry, so their wedding bands are often the only jewelry they wear.  It is important to have something that will suite their tastes and still be comfortable enough to … Continue Reading

If you are looking for a truly one of a kind sapphire, this gorgeous 6.18ct natural untreated bluish green modified pear cut Montana sapphire is a rare beauty.  Unlike the usual pear cut this stone combines the rounded edges with … Continue Reading

Natural yellow sapphires can be some of the most beautiful gemstones out there, but if you are looking for something a bit more rare and unique I suggest taking a look at natural golden sapphires.  These stones have a slightly … Continue Reading

In recent years gemstone colors have begun to gain different trade names in order to describe the color  in terms that consumers are much more familiar with.  Many of these names have been drawn from such things as flowers, plantlife, … Continue Reading