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Logan Sapphire, the second largest (blue) sapphire known, weighing 422.99 carats (84.6 g). On display at the Natural History Museum in Washington DC.

Logan Sapphire, the second largest (blue) sapphire known, weighing 422.99 carats (84.6 g). On display at the Natural History Museum in Washington DC.

The anklet is making a MAJOR come-back...Get into the anklet renaissance and shop our edit ahead for every style and budget!

Anklets Are The Throwback Jewelry Trend That's Cool Again

The anklet is making a MAJOR come-back...Get into the anklet renaissance and shop our edit ahead for every style and budget!

As a clothing designer I look for jewelry that will not only enhance my designs but become a part of it. A final ...

As a clothing designer I look for jewelry that will not only enhance my designs but become a part of it. A final ...

Magnificent color.  Crimeajewel

Magnificent color. Crimeajewel

The magnificent 423-carat Logan Sapphire was cut from a crystal mined in Sri Lanka and is one of the world’s largest faceted blue sapphires (it is about the size of an egg). It is the heaviest mounted gem in the National Gem Collection, and in its silver and gold brooch setting is framed by twenty round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling approximately 16 carats.

The magnificent 423-carat Logan Sapphire was cut from a crystal mined in Sri Lanka and is one of the world’s largest faceted blue sapphires (it is about the size of an egg). It is the heaviest mounted gem in the National Gem Collection, and in its silver and gold brooch setting is framed by twenty round brilliant-cut diamonds, totaling approximately 16 carats.

The 98.57-carat Bismarck Sapphire is mounted in a diamond and platinum necklace, designed by Cartier, Inc. The sapphire exhibits the highly-valued deep blue color of fine sapphires from Burma. The necklace is named after its donor, Countess Mona von Bismarck, an American socialite who married German Count Eduard von Bismark.  She donated the necklace to the Smithsonian in 1967.

The 98.57-carat Bismarck Sapphire is mounted in a diamond and platinum necklace, designed by Cartier, Inc. The sapphire exhibits the highly-valued deep blue color of fine sapphires from Burma. The necklace is named after its donor, Countess Mona von Bismarck, an American socialite who married German Count Eduard von Bismark. She donated the necklace to the Smithsonian in 1967.

The 114.74-carat Burmese ‘Royal Blue’ sapphire Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s

The 114.74-carat Burmese ‘Royal Blue’ sapphire Photo courtesy of Sotheby’s

Beautiful ascher cut sapphire

Beautiful ascher cut sapphire

Chalcedony is one of the world`s oldest gemstones. According to archaeologists, humanoids have worn stones, ivory, bone, and certain organic items for personal adornment for about 75,000 years. Which shows its power.  Chalcedony prevents from touchiness and melancholy. Worn by many to promote calm and peace. Chalcedony also stimulates creativity. Which is mostly used by astrologers.

Chalcedony is one of the world`s oldest gemstones. According to archaeologists, humanoids have worn stones, ivory, bone, and certain organic items for personal adornment for about 75,000 years. Which shows its power. Chalcedony prevents from touchiness and melancholy. Worn by many to promote calm and peace. Chalcedony also stimulates creativity. Which is mostly used by astrologers.

"Bejewelled Nile" - Sapphire and diamond ring by Michelle Ong for Carnet

"Bejewelled Nile" - Sapphire and diamond ring by Michelle Ong for Carnet

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