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Our jewelry collections focus on more than just the beauty of a stone. We create jewelry with intention and highlight the history and meaning behind the gems and stones. Whether you're looking for birthstone jewelry to Diamond alternative engagement rings, or metaphysical and chakra healing jewelry, you will love browsing through our ever-expanding selection. As always, if you're looking for something you don't see or want to discuss a custom piece, please email us and we're happy to help.

Disclaimer

We are fully compliant with the specific guidelines regarding the disclosure of treatments in gem materials as set forth by the American Gem Trade Association (AGTA), International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA) and The World Jewellery Confederation (CIBJO)

We do not use man-made, dyed, or poor quality gemstones, and/or beads, in our jewelry (any exceptions to using man-made or dyed in noted in the product info with our beaded necklaces).

 

Necklaces can include wood or other style beads, metal findings, and chains other than Sterling Silver and Gold. Each listing provides you with the type, size, color, the metal used, and whenever possible the origin where the stones were mined. We feel it's important for our customers to feel confident in their purchases.

 

Some gemstones are very site-specific which affects the pricing. For example, Turquoise origin/mine information as Hubei Turquoise is not Sleeping Beauty or Kingman. Also, certain stones are only found in certain areas such as Bixbite (Red Beryl) and Benitoite.

Any of our gemstones can be looked up and found on mindat.com, which has detailed information as to the authenticity and hardness of a gemstone etc. I encourage anyone looking to purchase crystals, gemstones, or rough stones to check mindat to validate its origin.

-Please see this link below for more information about gemstone treatments provided by GIA. There are many stones that do not say treated, as the treatment is one widely accepted and common in its use. 

https://www.gia.edu/gem-treatment

-I'm also providing a link to mindat.org if you'd like to learn about gemstones/crystals. There are quite a few which require special care and knowing the hardness of a gemstone is a big factor as softer gemstones shouldn't be worn in a ring or need to be protected in a bezel-type setting.

https://www.mindat.org/