Incredible 5,655 Carat Emerald

Globally renowned emerald supplier Gemfields has been a pioneer in restructuring the emerald market. Recently the company made an incredible discovery of a 5,566 carat emerald that emerged from their Kagem mine in Zambia. This is one of the largest rough emeralds ever discovered, and is sure to be auctioned at a record high price….
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Ban on Burmese Rubies to be lifted

Ban on Burmese Rubies to be lifted

President Obama’s recent visit to Myanmar resulted in talks to lift financial and trade sanctions against the country. This is big news for the jewelry industry due to the long standing ban against precious rubies from their mines.

Tanzanite Pendant

Tanzanite Pendant

Looking for something bold? Here’s a combination of rough crystals with finely cut gems, palladium metal with 18k yellow gold, and a variety of colors that is sure to grab your attention. This rough tanzanite pendant is a new addition to our one-of-a-kind collection. It’s especially hard these days to get rough crystals of tanzanite…
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Award Winning Aquamarine Ring

Jewelry Award Winning Aquamarine Ring

This year’s CASE Jewelry Awards proved to be a competitive field with major designers from across the United States. Every year, Jewelers of America host a national design competition for Jewelers called the CASE Jewelry Awards. We decided to enter a custom, one-of-a-kind Aquamarine ring set in palladium into this year’s competition. 2013 Jewelry Award Winner –…
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Tourmaline Mine Visit

In October, I had the opportunity to visit the Stewart Lithia Mine in Southern California – a private Tourmaline mine that supplies much of the world Tourmalines. It was originally mined in the early 1900s for lithium for use during the Industrial Revolution. After the long days of mining lithium, the Chinese immigrant workers would trek…
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