Gemstone Guide

Gemstone Guide
Gemstones are precious stones found beneath the surface of the earth. Though there are many different types of gemstones, the most popular are the ruby, emerald, sapphire, amethyst, and pearl.

Ruby: A ruby is a deep red stone that is believed to represent love, passion, courage and emotion. Worn by Kings and Emperors throughout the ages, rubies are one the most valued gemstones today. They are a representation of romantic love and rubies inspire faithfulness, devotion, and sensuality within a committed relationship.

Emerald: An emerald is a vibrant green gemstone that is said to represent love, rebirth, peace, and balance. An emerald with a deeper hue of green is considered to be a more valuable gemstone.

Sapphire: A sapphire is typically a deep blue gemstone, although it can come in pink, yellow, orange, peach and violet, that represents wisdom, purity, loyalty, and trust. It is one of the most popular engagement ring gemstones.

Amethyst: Known for its beautiful colour, an amethyst is a light purple gemstone that is believed to aid with healing. It is a beautiful option that can compliment a piece of jewellery.

Pearl: The pearl is a timeless and unique gemstone that is formed within an oyster. Starting as an irritant lodged inside an oyster, the oyster releases a special coating called “nacre” as a means of defense. The layers of nacre build up resulting in a beautiful pearl.

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