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A little color can go a long way, and gem jewelry can add all the color of your imagination to your jewelry wardrobe without breaking the bank. There are a plethora of options with all the shapes and colors of the different gem types. From pink, yellow, or blue Sapphire to Ruby red, or from blue, red, or yellow Topaz to a deep Emerald green, the options go on. Perhaps you favor yellows and greens. Citrine and Peridot are a good place to start for yellow, yellow-green, and olive-green.

Many gemstones are available in array of different colors and some have fascinating attributes.

Alexandrite, for example, has a very interesting visual effect. This rare gemstone is named after the Russian tsar Alexander II (1818-1881), the very first crystals having been discovered in April 1834. Alexandrite, is one of the two more commonly seen forms of the gem stone Chrysoberyl. The most common form is cat's eye, named so because of its visual effect. Real Alexandrite is quite rare and valuable. It changes colors from green in daylight to red, mauve, or brown under incandescent light.

Turquoise and Opals have a more Earthy, natural look. Opals also possess interesting visuals as the light changes. Aquamarines remind one of tropical waters. And speaking of water, one instinctively thinks of Pearls. Pearls have a soft, elegant look appropriate for anything from a casual brunch to a formal wedding.

Peruse our gemstone jewelry collection to see which gems appeal to you and start adding color to your jewelry wardrobe today.