When you look into a sapphire, what do you see? Deep oceans? Endless blue skies? Over the years sapphires have come to represent many things. Ancient Persians believed the Earth sat upon a sapphire and that’s why the sky was blue. In ancient Greece the gemstone was associated with
It has been associated with love, peace, success, prosperity and used to ward off evil. Peridots are referred to as “evening emeralds” because of the glow they emit at night. Unlike other gemstones, peridots are only found in shades of olive to green due to its chemical makeup. You’ll usually find hints of yellow or brown within it but the most desired gems are purely green.
Full of love and passion, the birthstone for the month of July is the King of all Gemstones: the Ruby. The most coveted of gemstones, its name comes from the word “ruber” which means red in Latin. Rubies represent
Were you born in the month of June? Lucky you! I mean there’s a reason why Coco Chanel said, “A woman needs ropes and ropes of pearls.” Pearls are known for being classic, timeless and romantic. They are also associated with purity,
Elegant and enticing, the birthstone for May is the Emerald. Known for its earthy vibe, it’s the perfect match for the month of May. You’ve probably heard April showers bring May flowers, and new growth is one thing emeralds are said to represent. They also symbolize
If you’ve been in the market, or are just starting to shop around, it’s likely you’ve found that most of our designer engagement rings are available in 14-kt gold, 18-kt gold or platinum! Which is right for you?
Those born during the month of April are lucky to have one of the most sought after gemstones as their birthstone: the diamond. Beautiful, brilliant and full of sparkle; the diamond is said to represent toughness, incredible strength and clarity. In the past
Tacori COO and Design Director, Nadine Tacorian Arzerounian shares her take on the biggest engagement ring trends of 2021. "This year, couples are eager to celebrate love by making the ring their own."