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Whilst those born in October have two spectacular birthstones to boast of, we are putting a special spotlight on Opals. Do you remember those long pyramid-shaped tubes that we looked into to see various patterns, also known as kaleidoscopes? Let us introduce you to nature’s version of that kaleidoscope i.e. Opals. Opals are one of [...]Continue Reading
Choosing a piece of jewellery can be a very personal experience. It’s certainly different to going out and picking up some new outfits. We buy a multitude of clothing throughout the year but how often do you consider a premium jewellery item? Whether it’s for an engagement or an anniversary, you’ll put a lot more [...]Continue Reading
A little about Peridot, The Birthstone of August. Peridot is believed to be one of the most ancient gems as it is among the first gemstones to have been discovered by ancient Egyptians. The first-ever peridot was discovered in Topazios, an island in the Red Sea, now known as St John's Island, and it has [...]Continue Reading
A little about Pearls, The Birthstone of June The word pearl comes from the French word perle that means led which refers to the leg shape of a mollusk shell. Peals are potentially the best-loved gems of all time. They are naturally occuring and cultured and are available naturally in a variety of colours. Although [...]Continue Reading
A little about Emeralds, The Birthstone of MAY The Emerald has always been among some of the most treasured gemstones. This majestic and deeply hued stone enchants royalty like none other. On the Mohs scale of hardness, emerald stands at a 7.5 to 8 and is, therefore, a little softer and more susceptible to scratching [...]Continue Reading