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.
Every September birthday deserves something sapphire.Read More
Those born in September born enjoy the sapphire as their birthstone.
Similar to a ruby, a sapphire is a variety of corundum that adorns a deep blue color. The name sapphire comes from the Latin word for "blue stone," sapphirus. The sapphire is a strong and sturdy gemstone, registering a 9 on the Mohs hardness scale (diamond is a 10). Thanks to this hardness, your sapphire birthstone is unlikely to get scratched, it also means this gem is useful for industrial that take heavy wear and tear.
You can find deep blue sapphires from Kashmir in India, which is known for producing some of the best sapphires in the world. Sapphires can also be found in Australia and Madagascar. The corundum takes on the blue coloring from trace amounts of both titanium and iron.
Flower Power. Diamonds, emeralds and other sapphires form the stamens of an incredibly stylized gold Calla Lily.Read More
A stunning piece of history going back several centuries…Read More
From RY Signature Collection, two pieces combined into one. Rich gold and bright turquoise.Read More
This is a Kachina silver and turquoise pendant on a handmade sliver chain that can also be worn on a bolo tie. Approximately 5“ x 6“, this is a very dramatic piece.Read More
The single earring.Read More
An unusual find… two Wedding Bracelets.Read More
Gold and rubies. Who can resist this beauty?Read More
Sapphire and diamond art deco pendant in a combination of white gold and platinum. The beautiful workmanship displays both the diamonds and the lively blue of the sapphires.