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Gemstones in jewelry

Native American Rings - Since the earliest of times Native American Indians have produced some of the most dazzling jewelry that is so much admired all over the world.

Native American Rings

Native American Rings. Dating back for over 2000 years, Indian jewelry has captivated man’s imagination with precious creations including bracelets, necklaces, and earrings.

The Aurora Pyramid of Hope

The Aurora Pyramid of Hope

The Aurora Pyramid of Hope. Alan Bronstein is a world-renowned gemologist specializing in colored diamonds has created a unique and highly valuable ode to this gemstone: the Aurora Pyramid of Hope. This collection holds 296 of these colored gems, spanning the colors of the rainbow. The diamonds in this collection were chosen to represent the 12 color varieties of diamonds and their modifiers

Diamond Grading

Diamond Grading

Diamond Grading. Diamonds are graded according to the four Cs: carat, clarity, color and cut. Other characteristics are also considered, including shape and light performance. The carat weight is a measure of the diamond's mass, with one carat being defined as 200 milligrams.

A History of Diamonds

A History of Diamonds

A History of Diamonds.The earliest references to diamonds as gemstones stem from India, dating as far back as the 4th century BC. Today, 92% of the world's diamonds are cut and polished in India. But some 85% of the world's rough diamonds, 50% of cut diamonds and 40% of industrial diamonds are traded in Antwerp, Belgium.