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Ultra Violet Diamond Colour

Ultra Violet – Gemstone Colour of the Year

Pantone are commonly known for their standardized colour matching system, used around the world. They not only specialize in differentiating colour shades but attempt to look beyond what the eye can see and discover what colours represent.



Sapphire is known as one of the hardest existing gemstones, therefore making it the most desirable gem to use for wedding and engagement rings due… Read More »Sapphire

Many Colours of Garnet


Did you know the garnet does not just come in red? The January birthstone offers an extensive palette ranging from greens to purples, through the… Read More »Garnet


Found in just one place on earth, tanzanite is a relatively recent discovery and this blue variety of zoisite was named after Tanzania, the country… Read More »Tanzanite



Peridot gemstone is one of the few in only one colour, a distinctive lime green. The stone is an “Idiochromatic” gem, meaning its colour comes… Read More »Peridot

Ruby Gemstone


Rubies gemstone are always fashionable and complement virtually everyone who wears them. In addition to being the official birthstone for July and the traditional gift… Read More »Ruby



Pearls are unique as they are the only gems from living sea creatures and unlike other gemstones require no faceting or polishing to reveal their… Read More »Pearl