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SPRING INTO COLOR

by Henry Elfering |

Chrysoprase was known to be a favorite of Alexander the Great. Perhaps, because of it’s delightful green apple color and rumors promoting love, compassion, joy and self-confidence—traits, I’m sure, desired by all conquerors. Chrysoprase is composed of crystals so fine, they are not able to been seen by the naked eye, unlike amethyst, citrine and other quartz gemstones. Chrysoprase is...

Romancing the Stone

by Henry Elfering |

Aquamarine, named for the Latin phrase "water of the sea", is a blue to blue-green beryl. A close cousin to Emerald and Morganite, Aquamarine is the second most popular gem beryl. Its identity is defined by its color. The deeply saturated blue gem is the most desirable color of Aquamarine.  I personally love the variety of color, like the sea,...

A Softer Shade for Fall

by Henry Elfering |

The calendar tells me it’s fall; until now, the weather in New York was not in agreement. I love the change in season.  It always brings about a feeling of change and new adventures, and there is, of course, all of the amazing things people love enjoying these days: sweaters and pumpkin everything that goes with chilly weather, changing leaves, apple picking and of...

August’s Evening Emerald

by Henry Elfering |

Sometimes known as the “Evening Emerald” because its sparkling green hue looks brilliant any time of day; Peridot, the birthstone for August, is one of the oldest known gemstones. It is interesting to note that the Peridot is one of the few gems that come in only one color. It’s tint can very due to its iron content with its...

Mood Indigo

by Henry Elfering |

Why banish the blues? You can add a sense of richness to your jewelry  by adding Tanzanite to your wardrobe. Tanzanite is relatively new to the colored stone galaxy. As the most common story of the tanzanite mining boom goes, in 1967 a Masai tribesman stumbled upon a cluster of highly transparent, intense blue crystals weathering out of the earth...

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