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How to Buy An Engagement Ring

How to Buy An Engagement Ring

Objective: To get the special girl in your life to say yes Challenge: To find something that says “you are one in a million” Find The Engagement Ring For the Woman Of Your Dreams Now that you’ve finally found the woman you can’t let slip through your...

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What Is A Red Diamond?

What Is A Red Diamond?

Have you ever wanted to have something no one else can have? How about owning the Mona Lisa or Starry Night by Van Gogh? Maybe a collector’s edition Lamborghini? Red diamonds are even rarer than a genuine Picasso. The first red diamond that...

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Men’s Custom Wedding Rings

Men’s Custom Wedding Rings

So many men are consumed with the purchase of the perfect engagement ring and wooing their bride to be, that they have never thought about what they want for their own wedding ring. Heck men, let’s admit it, we just really want her to say yes and that...

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Paraiba Tourmaline: Excitement You Can Wear!

Paraiba Tourmaline: Excitement You Can Wear!

Tourmaline is a wonderful gem because of the many lively colored it comes in and its relatively durable nature. Normal tourmaline gems are found in a lovely selection of green, yellow, pink, red and blue. In most of its colors Tourmaline is also...

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Padparadscha Sapphire Jewelry and Loose Stones

Padparadscha Sapphire Jewelry and Loose Stones

Padparadscha sapphires are one of my favorite gems. I love the padparadscha sapphires for several reasons. One is that the color reminds me of one of the sweetest times of the day, sunrise and sunset when the light caresses the Earth in a warm, soft way that make...

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Pink Sapphire Rings and Jewelry

Pink Sapphire Rings and Jewelry

Many people are interested in alternative choices for their engagement ring, but if you do not want a diamond as your center stone, sapphire is one of the best choices because of its durability, choice of colors, and relative affordability. Pink sapphire is a...

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The Origins of Montana Yogo Sapphires

The Origins of Montana Yogo Sapphires

Yogo Sapphires are natural, unheated sapphires from Yogo Gulch, Montana. They are typically a wonderful cornflower blue, and range into rare violets and purples. They are a coveted alternative to a diamond as an engagement stone, as they are much rarer and unique than...

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Your Choice in Birthstone Jewelry Says a Lot about You

Your Choice in Birthstone Jewelry Says a Lot about You

The history of associating specific stones with a birth month dates back to the first century when they were worn in groups and associated with Aaron’s breastplate and Christianity. Later, birthstones were related to positions in society. Early in the 20th Century,...

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Why Palladium?

Palladium…Why palladium?  Many of you know that I’ve been using palladium since 2002…but why? Well here it is:  I love Platinum, but in 2001 and 2002 platinum began to be too expensive for some people, and so I started using a lot more 14K and 18K white gold. As you...

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