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London Blue Topaz

Blue Sapphire

Blue Chalcedony



Swiss Blue Topaz

Blue Zircon



“ I say your choice of blue jewelry color is not based on scientific theory:  

it is based on observation, upon feelings, upon the real nature of each experience.....

be a member of our top-level experts – our blue ribbon panel.”  Enjoy!

GREEN is an elegant color and green stones reflect a sophisticated taste in fashion.  Green gems give your look that flashy yet organic glint - fancy as blue, but earthy as red and yellow.  There is a greater array of choices when it comes to green jewels, wider than any other color.

GREEN is created by a combination of yellow and blue.  The modern English word 'green' comes from the Middle English and Anglo-Saxon word grene, from the same Germanic root as the words “grass” and “grow”.  It is the color of growing grass and leaves and most associated with springtime, growth and nature. In the U.S. and European surveys, green is the color most associated with youth, hope and envy.  In the Middle Ages green was worn by merchants, bankers and gentry.  The “Mona Lisa” wears green.  


Tsavorite Garnet


Green Sapphire

Green Tourmaline



Green Amethyst



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