Sapphire comes from the Greek word “sapphirus” meaning blue. It is a very hard stone, with a ranking of 9 on the Moh’s Hardness Scale. The sapphire is a variety of the mineral Corundum, which is found in every color of the rainbow. Red corundum is considered a ruby, with all other colors being classified as sapphire and blue being the most prized color. Sapphires are found in Sri Lanka, Kashmir, Myanmar, Thailand, Australia, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, China and Madagascar. Continue reading
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Calavera Charm Bangle
Crystal Dove Charm Bangle
Breath Of Life Charm Bangle
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2016 Deep Sea Collection
“Under the sea everything becomes clear. The seabed, full of its magic and color, is a place of endless exploration. Like life, we cannot be sure what we will find, but it is not always the outcome that counts- it’s the journey. Expect the unexpected- wonder awaits.”
“Sea Shells connect us to the ocean and to the waters energy. Mysterious and graceful, the deep sea calls to us – welcome its wonder.” Beauty • Intuition • Luck
“A source of strength, the anchor empowers you to stand tall and be inspired. When opportunity knocks, seize it.” Grounding • Trust • Certainty
The name diamond is of Latin origin meaning “invincible.” Diamond’s are composed of very densely packed carbon atoms and are the hardest substance on Earth. Diamonds are either colorless or can be red, yellow, brown, black, green, blue, pink or violet. Yellow is the most common fancy color and pink is the most rare. A diamond gets its blue color from the presence of boron.