It's no surprise that the Spanish conquistador who first discovered green tourmaline in Brazil in the 1500s mistook it for emerald. This versatile, semi-precious gem covers the entire color spectrum, ranging from vibrant reds, soft pinks, and peachy tones to deep emerald greens, bright yellows, a...
Enhydros quartz are unique treasures, ancient geological artifacts encapsulated in quartz. They also happen to get a lot of attention on Instagram!
In this Q&A session, we'll explore Hilary's deep appreciation for enhydro quartz.Turquoise is an astonishing gemstone. Its range of saturated colors can brighten up any outfit, and its rich history is a captivating conversion starter. In this blog post, let's explore the many types of turquoise and how to collect unique turquoise jewelry.