Exotic & Interesting Stones

Exotic & Interesting Stones

Exotic & Interesting Stones

 

Diamond jewelry will forever and always hold a precious place in our hearts! However, we'd be remiss not to display our love and affection for the spectrum of natural stones out there! From mesmerizing magenta, velvety black, spellbinding blue, and vibrant green, go beyond the colorless stones and let your personality shine!

 

 

Rhodolite - a variety of Garnet - displays all the brilliancy and fire of Garnets, with gorgeous colors ranging from rosey red to pale violet. Known as the Stone of Inspiration, rhodolite will encourage love, kindness and compassion, and promote spiritual growth.

 

Local Eclectic - 14K Yellow Gold Hoop Althea Earrings - Minette

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Vintage Inspired Rhodolite Ring - Ring - Carrie Elizabeth - Local Eclectic

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Vintage Inspired Rhodolite Ring - Ring - Carrie Elizabeth - Local Eclectic

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Rubies are a symbol of good fortune, pure love, and loyalty. Typically pinkish to blood-red in color, and a variety of the mineral corundum. Rubies are the most powerful red stones and are one of the four recognized precious gemstones.

 

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Hint Ring in Ruby - rings - Cloverpost local eclectic

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Velvety, mysterious, and captivating - Black diamonds, like colorless diamonds, are formed by high pressure on carbon under the surface of the earth. The obsidian color of black diamonds is caused by graphite inclusions. Some black diamonds are believed to have fell to the earth as meteorites, adding to their mystic appeal.

 

Local Eclectic - 14K Half Black Half White Diamond Band - Solid Gold - Liesel Love

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Black Pear Diamond Bridal Set - rings - Artemer local eclectic

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smokey quartz baguette ring

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Emeralds are widely considered to be the most popular green-hued gem, partly because of their illustrious history and rich symbolism. Emeralds are unique in the world of gemstones as they are one of the four traditionally considered to be precious, and have a long history as a sought after gem thanks to their vibrant green color and rarity.

 

Emerald Gold Stacking Ring Set

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Blue Topaz does occur in nature, but is very rare. Most if not all blue Topaz used in jewelry has been heat treated to artificially create the lovely blue color. The original stones are colorless or lightly colored, and the heating process gives them their deep blue hues. Blue topaz helps improve communication and self expression.

 

African Amethyst Blue Topaz Funky Yellow Gold Ring

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London Blue Topaz Vintage Inspired Mini Cocktail Solid Yellow Gold Ring Diamond Crown

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14k Solid Yellow Gold London Blue Topaz and Diamond Vintage Inspired Ring

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