Here at deBebians, we get a lot of calls about designing custom jewelry. Recently, I got a call from a great client of mine wanting a very unique colored gemstone and diamond halo ring. I always have so much fun sourcing colored gemstones. To me, there is so much to look for as shape, faceting, color, tone and saturation can all vary so much. It also reminds me of my days studying at GIA (The Gemological Institute of America) in Carlsbad where we had to identify colored stones to complete the Graduate Gemologist program. If you’ve gone through those classes at GIA, you know what I’m talking about–20-stone exam, anyone?
Anyway, here are a few of the colored stones I sourced from which my client could choose:
If you are looking to source a colored gemstone, make sure to contact us! We have sourced stunning sapphires, tanzanites and tourmalines including both indicolite and paraiba, to name just a few. We are here to help with your custom gemstone creation. Visit our site to learn more about the custom design process. Happy shopping!
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