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The Bewitching Garnet

The Bewitching Garnet

The deep red garnet: protective of the wearer, healing for the blood and used for illumination within and without. Also a beautiful second wedding anniversary gift.

The Cheerful December Blues

The birthstones of December - Turquoise, Zircon & Tanzanite - come in a variety of happy blue hues. 
The Cheerful December Blues
The Sultry September Sapphire

The Sultry September Sapphire

Long believed to strengthen the channel from Mortal to Gods and intuition, Sapphires are also a symbol of the 5th and 45th wedding anniversaries.

The Sunny November Citrine

This cheerful stone reflects the colors of autumn and brings abundance, harmony in relationships and clarity of mind. It is the stone of the 13th and 17th anniversaries.
The Sunny November Citrine
The Midwife Necklaces Are Back In Support of The Birth Sanctuary Gainsville

The Midwife Necklaces Are Back In Support of The Birth Sanctuary Gainsville

The Birth Sanctuary Gainesville will be the first ever Birth Center in the state of Alabama.

The Kaleidescopic Opal

A stone of shifting favors and epic fights, opals are also a symbol of the 14th and 34th wedding anniversaries as well as the birthstone of October.
The Kaleidescopic Opal
A Brief History on Hearts

A Brief History on Hearts

The shape of the heart in jewelry and symbolism has evolved with our understanding and use of it. 

The Top 5 Men’s Antique Rings You Need to Elevate Your Look

There’s nothing sexier than a man who isn’t afraid to adorn himself. These five pieces are a great place to begin building your collection and exploring what feels right for you.
The Top 5 Men’s Antique Rings You Need to Elevate Your Look
The Cool Green Peridot

The Cool Green Peridot

The only precious gem other than diamonds formed in the earths mantle, Peridot is the birthstone of August and a traditional gift of 16th anniversaries.

The Fiery Ruby: Birthstone of July

The stone of July birthdays and the 40th wedding anniversary, rubies have been coveted as long as humans can be considered....well, human. 
The Ruby Patiala Choker