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Aquamarines are a wonderful blue gemstone. They vary in tone from pale sea blue to teal tones. They are 7 – 8 on the Moh’s hardness scale, so compatible for all styles of jewellery. They are largely mined in Brazil, but it is also found in Nigeria, Madagascar, Zambia, Pakistan, and Mozambique.


Diamonds are a firm favourite with many of my customer’s. They are 10 on the Moh’s hardness scale so perfect for everyday wear and especially engagement rings. Diamonds are sourced from all around the world with the majority of supply coming from South Africa, Russia, and Canada.  They give the most sparkle of all the gemstones so if shimmering sparkles are your thing diamonds are the perfect choice for you. 


There isn’t much not to love about these gorgeous green gemstones. They commonly have natural inclusion’s within the gemstones which give character to each and every one. They are a little softer than some gemstones being 7.5 – 8 on the Moh’s scale of hardness, so they need more care than some other gemstones when worn.


Green sapphires vary in tone, from gorgeous olive green to deep forest green. If emerald green isn’t for you and you want more earthy tones then a green emerald may be your choice. They are 9 on the Moh’s scale of hardness so great for everyday wear. It is also known as the stone of tranquility.


Also known as colour change sapphires, teal sapphires are such a striking choice. They have peacock green tones and often change colour in different lights. They are 9 on the Moh’s scale of hardness, second only to diamonds. The perfect dazzling choice for your engagement ring!


They can vary from pale yellow to vibrant yellow tones. The yellow colour comes from nitrogen in earth. They are largely mined in South Africa but can be found all over the world. The deeper the yellow hue the more expensive the diamond but I personally love the pale lemon yellow hues that are also available. A stunning choice when set in yellow gold.


Morganite is part of the Beryl family, the same family as emerald and aquamarine. They have a beautiful blush tone and can vary in intensity. They have a hardness of 7.5 – 8 on the Moh’s hardness scale. Morganite is believed to alleviate stress and anxiety, increase patience, improve productivity. They are largely mined in Brazil.


From gorgeous green to radiant reds, rosy pinks and from bright yellows to blues, this gem can be found in many shades. For those of you who love a pop of colour this is a great choice, however it is slightly lower on the hardness scale so care does need to be taken making them ideal for dress rings, necklaces and earrings. It is 7 – 7.5 on the Moh’s scale of hardness. They are largely mined in Brazil and Africa.


It is said to renew vitality and strengthen self-confidence. It is formed in a range of hues from pale pink to a pinkish red. It is 7–7.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness. Like green tourmaline it is best kept for dress jewellery and occasional wear.


Topaz comes in a range of colours but the most popular being green. It is 8 on the Moh’s hardness scale. It is a dazzling gemstone sure to wow in any piece of jewellery.


A regal red ruby is simply stunning. The tones range from pink to pigeon blood red. Rubies are extremely strong, registering 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness. The finest rubies come from Burma. They are also mined in Afghanistan, Australia, Cambodia, India, Madagascar, Malawi, Mozambique, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Thailand, the United States, and Vietnam.


This rare gem is only mined in Tanzania. With is purple-blue hues it is a wonderous choice. They are not very hard however measuring 6 – 6.5 on the Mohs scale of hardness, so precaution and care must be taken when being worn.


Sapphires are among the most durable naturally occurring elements in the world. They are between 9 – 10 on the Moh’s scale of hardness so ideal for engagement rings and everyday jewellery. They range from cornflour blue to deep intense royal blue have a beautiful sparkle when cut correctly.


High-quality yellow sapphire gemstones are mined in Sri Lanka. If a yellow diamond is on your wish list but your budget quite stretch that far then these are a stunning alternative. They have a wonderful depth of colour for those who like a colour pop. They have a hardness of 9 on the Moh’s scale, so ideal for all jewellery types including engagement rings.


A beautiful combination colour gemstone, they come in white, black and fire opal varieties. Although stunning they are incredibly delicate so if in a ring they should be worn occasionally and with care. They are mined largely in Australia, with the rarest and most valuable being the black opal. Opal has a hardness of 5.5 – 6 on the Moh’s scale.


Garnet is most commonly red, however they come in a spectrum of colours. They make the ideal gemstones for a striking dress ring and ideally should be worn on occasion due to being semi precious. They are 6.5 – 7.5 on the Moh’s scale of hardness.


Amethysts are a deep purple generally but they can also have paler shades. A semi precious gemstone they are fabulous for dress jewellery to make a statement. Amethyst is largely mined in Brazil.


Purple or violet sapphires are similar in colour to pink sapphires, but with purple or violet as the dominant colour. These sapphires appear more blue than pink, they range from medium purple, to dark reddish purple, to violet purple with weak to vivid colour saturation. They are ideal for engagement and dress rings as they are hardy gemstones.

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