Gemstone: Pearl

The pearl. As elegant and simple as it is complex and mysterious. Known as an organic gemstone, pearls can be found across many oceans and seas of the world. Ranging from small seed pearls to large, irregular works of art in the form of Baroque pearls, the number of...
Gemstone: Aquamarine

Gemstone: Aquamarine

To us, few gemstones signify the arrival of spring and warm weather better than the aquamarine. Their lustrous and alluring color calls back days of lounging on a boat on a Minnesota lake soaking up all of the warmth the sun had to offer. In this edition of the Master...

Gemstone: Amethyst

Hailing from across the globe, amethyst finds itself among the gods on pages of Greek and Egyptian history books. It is believed that the tears of the Greek god Dionysus turned a crystalline quartz statue the shade of purple that amethyst is known for today (no...

.925 Sterling Silver

Typically comprised of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metal, sterling silver is a beautiful, and if cared for properly, long-lasting addition to any jewelry collection. Sterling silver care: regular wear and a gentle cleaning with warm water and a mild detergent...
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