Imagine this French pendant suspended from a gold chain and around your neck…moving, catching the light and enticing the eyes.Read More
This is not your ordinary iron horse shoe. Rather, it’s a horse show pin displaying European cut diamonds from the late 19th century/early 20th century. A part of RY Original Collection.Price Group B.
This is elegance personified…Read More
Craft designed bracelet with silver, gold and mixed metals, accented with diamonds.Read More
January birthdays enjoy the garnet as their birthstone and those born from the first through the 19th have Capricorn as their zodiac sign.Read More
Holiday jewels…Read More
Three moonstones set in gold, luminous.Read More
There are three birthstones for the month of December: tanzanite, zircon and turquoise. Your zodiac signs are Sagittarius (November 22-December 21) and Capricorn (December 22-January 19).
All three of these stones are a deep blue color and have their own history and chemical composition. One of the more interesting of the three is tanzanite, a gem you may not have heard of before. This rare gem is only found in Tanzania and was only recently discovered in 1967. Tanzanite gets its deep blue color from trace amounts of vanadium.
Tanzanite was discoveredby Maasai herders who were tending to the Merelani Hills around Arusha, Tanzania. These herders came across blue crystals and notified a prospector who then registered the area with the government to begin mining. The name Tanzanite was coined by Tiffany and Company who became the primary distributor of the gem and wanted to showcase the rare geographical source of this stone.
Antique earrings bridge the Victorian era and the Etruscan revival.With a small diamond centered in the lower tier, these earrings are refined, elegant and dramatic. RY Private Collections. Price Group B.
Etruscan revival earrings are characterized by very fine tracery and etching. This pair are decorated instead with delicate traces of black enamel to highlight and frame the elegant design. From 1870s. RY Original Collection. Price Group A.
Earrings, the perfect holiday gift. This lovely pair, from the 1860s -1870s.Read More
Pristine enamel and slightly pink and slightly baroque pearls woven together.Read More
The warmth and colors of fall for your hand.Read More
Egyptian necklace with Persian turquoise and high karat gold. It drapes beautifully on the wearer, and is dramatic yet not overwhelming.Read More
The perfect colors for a late fall birthday are the found in the November birthstones of citrine and topaz.
Topaz is the more common gemstone associated with November and comes in a variety of yellow hues. The name topaz comes from the Greek name for St. John's Island located in the Red Sea, Topazios. This is because yellow gems were mined on this island, however they were likely not topaz.
Topaz picks up its bright yellow color from impurities, as with most gems. In pure form, topaz is colorless but can take on a variety of colors dependent on certain impurities.
A large chunk of the topaz in the world comes from Brazil, and it's also produced in Australia, Russia, Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Mexico, Germany, and the United States. Although topaz has been used in many forms for thousands of years, the term was widely used for any light-yellow gem and hence most references to topaz in history could be other gems.
Beautifully proportioned and constructed onyx pin/pendant with yellow gold, natural pearl and diamonds.Read More
Talk about iridescence. This RY Signature piece has it all: the delicacy of Art Nouveau…Read More
The Opal. Star of October’s birthstones.Read More
Every September birthday deserves something sapphire.Read More