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  1. Celebrate January Birthdays with Enticing Garnet

    Celebrate January Birthdays with Enticing Garnet
    The first month of 2020 is upon us, the start of not only a brand new year, but a brand new decade as well. January babies can celebrate their birthdays with lovely garnet. Originating from the 14th-century Middle English word gernet, garnet means ‘dark red,’ which is somewhat misleading. Garnets are available in a whole rainbow of colors, from red to orange to green to brown. Most common are the deep red shades, yes, but there are plenty of other glamorous color options for January birthstone jewelry. Tsavorite Tsavorite garnet gets its intense green color from chromium or vanadium. The name is a reference to Tsavo West National Park in Kenya, where the first commercially viable deposits of the ...
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  2. Garnet: The Birthstone of January

    I once heard someone describe January as a month of Mondays. The holidays are over, we’re all back to working on those resolutions (again), it’s dark, it’s cold.. so cold. Well, if there was ever anything that could spark a little fire into those dreary winters days, it’s this month’s birthstone! This one couldn’t have come at a better time! The beautiful colors of garnet are sure to bring you that pick-me-up you’ve been looking for. Item #RGTD0775 In more recent history, garnet has come to symbolize depth of friendship and to ensure a friend that you will meet again. So even if you may not celebrate a January birthday, there are lots of reaso ...
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  3. 2018 Thanksgiving Jewelry Picks

    The holiday season is right around the corner which means holiday parties and family gatherings are too. I whipped up some holiday outfit and jewelry inspiration that can be worn at your next gathering or the office to make all eyes on you this season! In this first outfit the Australian Opal necklace and earring set caught my eye and inspired the whole look. The Opal is the most magical of gems because of its unique color combinations that are known to Middle Eastern folklore as being born from lightning. The October birthstone is prized by Western and Roman cultures but can be linked all the way back to the Aztecs who mined for opal in Central America. The stone symbolizes purity and hope is the perfect edition to the holiday season as it adds the right amount of character to any outfit and is bound to be a conversation starter at the table. Item #JPDOP0545 Item #JEROP0475 ...
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  4. Opal Myth Debunked!

    "It's bad luck to wear opal if it's not your birthstone." This is something that we hear from our guests on a regular basis. Where does this superstition come from? Frank, from Parle Jewelry Designs/Idaho Opal and Gem Corporation let us in on history of this well-known belief: In 1829, Sir Walter Scott published a novel titled, Anne of Geierstein (or The Maiden of the Mist). This according to Frank, was the Harry Potter of its time! In this novel. The Baroness of Arnheim wears a talisman made of Opal bestowed with magical powers. When holy water is splashed on the opal, it loses its colors and the Baroness becomes a pile of ash. It is because of this fictional scene that people started to associate opals with bad omens. Long before Sir Walter Scott's fantastical tale, the ancient Greeks and Romans thought the opal was a symbol of good luck and fortune. Due to its many colors, the opal was a symbol of hope like the rainbow. It was often given as a gift to bring protection ...
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  5. Jewelry Trends 2013: Red, White and Blue

    Whether you're celebrating with BBQs, camping, fishing trips, or lots of family fun, who says that you can't glam up a bit while flipping a burger, sitting around a camp fire, or hooking your first big fish of the season?You know I'm all about standing out so, I prepared acollection of ways to add a little "red, white, and blue" jewelry to your look this weekend. These items are great for summer and any other time of year, especially when you are the jeans and t-shirt kind of ...
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