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Each season fashionistas, celebrities and the social elite flock to New York, Miami, Paris and Milan for fashion week to take catch a glimpse at the latest trends. Everyone wants to know who and what the iconic fashion mavens are wearing. The images are soon uploaded to the internet, splashed across fashion magazines and become the subject of fodder for entertainment television shows. The high-end boutiques stock their “cashmere-lined” shelves with the latest looks and accessories; and, soon enough, the trends are readily available for the masses.

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Over the last several years, right hand rings for women have become increasingly popular. Wearing a jewel encrusted ring on the right hand is a fashionable way for women who are not engaged or married to make a statement. Traditionally, wearing a diamond ring on the left hand signifies that a woman is engaged or married. Some say the trend got started when celebrities started wearing gorgeous diamond and gemstone right hand rings on the red carpet; but jewelers say that right hand rings have been sold for years; they just didn’t have a name until now.

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Jewelry is a common thread among societies that serve as a way to celebrate the history and cultural trends at any given time. What is seen as a symbol of beauty and heritage to some may seem odd or repulsive to others. In western societies, some sub-cultures pierce parts of their bodies other than, what is most common, their ears. Nose, upper ear and lip piercings are becoming increasingly popular in western culture.

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The Blue Wittelsbach Diamond is one of the most precious gemstones in the world. Its story is shrouded in mystery, intrigue, centuries of royal history and drama. This breathtakingly beautiful gem is 35.56 carats of one of the most pristine VS2 deep, greyish- blue diamonds in recorded history. In December of 2008, the Blue Wittelsbach Diamond sold at a Christie’s auction for a record-breaking $24, 311,190 to world renowned jeweler Laurence Graff.

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The Gem Color of Spring is…. Yellow, mimosa yellow to be exact. Spring time is just around the corner and the sharp lines and dark colors of winter are taking a back seat to soft, flowing silhouettes and bright colors. Take a cue from the change of tone in fashion and lighten up your jewelry gem color scheme as well.

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Amethysts are the official birthstones for the month of February as named by the American Association of Jewelers in 1912 as well the birthstone for the Pisces Zodiac sign. It is traditionally given as a gift on the fourth, sixth and seventeenth wedding anniversaries. Amethysts are the most valuable members of the quartz family. These whimsical gemstones also happen to be the most popular selling gemstone in the marketplace.

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You’ve all heard the saying; diamonds are a girl’s best friend. These radiant beauties have been captivating the hearts of women for centuries. Diamonds were named the official birthstone for April by the National Association of Jewelers in 1912. It is also the gemstone for the 30th and 60th anniversaries.

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There are certain gemstones that are so beautiful and so rare that they achieve worldwide notoriety. However, for one of these gemstones to achieve infamy, there is one requirement: it has to have been stolen. Believe it or not, jewelry theft is actually quite common. There are some jewelry heists that people in and out of the jewelry world will be talking about for years to come. The De Long Star Ruby currently resides in the Museum of Natural History in New York City. It has a magnificent red hue with a luminous asterism, a six-rayed star, and weighs a whopping 100.32 carats. Its story is one of rich history, drama and intrigue.

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Every year, on February 14th, millions of people send special cards, jewelries, flowers and candy to people they care about. It’s an ancient holiday that has become synonymous with love. Actually, the entire month of February has long been associated with romance.

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The Hope Diamond is an infamously breathtaking jewel whose long, tortured history is shrouded in mystery, intrigue, decadence and a rumored curse. The saga of the exquisite deep grayish-blue gem starts hundreds of years ago and millions of miles away from its resting place, The Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington D.C. Millions of people flock to the museum to catch a glimpse of its brilliant design, deep-sea blue hue and gossip about the “curse” bestowed on anyone who has owned it.

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