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AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 10.5

Price: $595 $269

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 9

Price: $595 $269

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 4.5

Price: $595 $269

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 7

Price: $375 $179

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s In White Gold, Size 9

Price: $350 $169

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 8.5

Price: $370 $199

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 6

Price: $375 $179

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 8

Price: $595 $269

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone MOM Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 7

Price: $375 $179

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 7

Price: $370 $199

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 7.5

Price: $240 $99

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 5

Price: $240 $99

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone MOM Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 9

Price: $375 $179

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone and DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
Weave Ring in 14K Yellow Gold, Size 9.5

Price: $875 $379

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone MOM Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 6

Price: $375 $179

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring With DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 5

Price: $370 $199

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in White Gold, Size 6

Price: $240 $99

AquamarineAquamarine derives it name from the Latin 'aqua' (water) and 'mare' (sea).
Aquamarine is found in a range of blue shades, from pale pastel to greenish-blue to deep blue. Iron is the substance, which gives aquamarine its color. The most prized aquamarines are those displaying a deeper, pure blue, with no green tints.
The most popular cuts for aquamarine are oval and emerald.
With an "8" ranking on the Mohs hardness scale, the stone is very durable. Its clear, pale brilliance makes it an appropriate stone for all types of jewelry and it can complement almost any skin or eye color.
According to the saga, aquamarine was the treasure of mermaids and has been regarded as the sailors' lucky stone. It is a symbol for hope, health and fidelity. Its light blue arouses feelings of sympathy, trust, harmony and friendship. According to the old traditions, wearing aquamarine promises a happy marriage and is said to bring the woman who wears it joy and wealth into the bargain.
It is the birthstone for March.
Gemstone Ring with DiamondDiamonds are among the most prized substances on earth. The name "diamond" comes from the Greek word "adamastos," meaning "invincible."
The value of a stone is determined by the "4 Cs" of cut, color, clarity and carat weight.
The cut is the factor that defines the brilliance of a diamond. Round brilliant cut is considered the "ideal" shape for a diamond because it maximizes a stone's sparkle.
Color indicates to the presence or absence of color in white diamonds. Colorless and near-colorless diamonds are the most valuable. There are even fancy natural colored diamonds in reds, pinks, blues, greens, yellows, browns and other colors. Fancies are valued for their depth of color.
Clarity of a diamond is based on the presence of surface or internal flaws within a diamond caused during its formation or during the cutting process. The fewer inclusions the diamond has, the more valuable the diamond will be.
The weight of a diamond is measured in carats (ct.). Each carat is divided into 100 points or approximately 200 milligrams.
Diamonds are simply crystallized carbon. With a ranking of 10 on the Mohs scale of hardness diamonds are the hardest known substance on earth.
Since only diamonds can scratch other diamonds, it's important to wrap and store your diamond jewelry pieces separately.
Diamond is symbol of everlasting love. Mary of Burgundy is the first known recipient of a diamond engagement ring, in 1477. And so began the tradition of presenting the diamond as a promise of marriage. A diamond is believed to bring its owner wealth and happiness as well as protection.
Diamond is the birthstone for April.
s in 14K White Gold, Size 5.5

Price: $595 $269