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Birthstone of the Month

 50% Off September Collection Until September 30, 2017  

Featuring September's birthstone color in vibrant hues of blue. Treasured for thousands of years, ancient Romans would polish natural sapphires to be worn as jewelry. Although sapphires are best known for their deep blue color, sapphires are also found in Mother Nature in pink, yellow, orange, and green shades... not just blue. The rarest of all sapphires is the pinkish orange variety called Padparadscha which means "Lotus Flower" in Sanskrit. Popular through the ages, many wore sapphires as a faithful way to protect from evil and in the middle ages, Europeans believed that sapphires cured eye diseases and preserved chastity.

And more recent in our time and age, we have the most famous royal sapphire on the engagement ring given to Lady Diana by England's Prince Charles in 1981.  It is highlighted by an extravagant 12 carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire surrounded by 14 round diamonds set in 18kt. White Gold. Honoring his love for his mother, Prince William gave the ring to Catherine Middleton upon proposing to her in Autumn of 2010 and upon the time of their wedding, Prince William said the ring was very special to him and that giving it to Catherine was his way of making sure his mother didn't miss out on his wedding day. 

Just another example of how a piece of jewelry and the emotional memories that come with such material items, can bring so much joy and love to family and mark momentous occassions throughout life. Carry on world... and we will always find love and make a connection amongst family keepsakes and meaningful jewelry items. The beautiful and inspiring reason we love jewelry.