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January's birthstone, garnet, is known in history as being the stone of protection during travel, a stone representing courage, and it also is representative of the 2nd year of marriage. Can you remember the last time you did something that took courage? Maybe it was confronting an issue with a READ MORE

On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me: an ever lasting memory! On the second day of Christmas my true love gave to me: 2 sterling silver earrings. On the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me: a classic piece I can dress up or dress down! On the fourth day of Christ READ MORE

  Citrine is a transparent, yellow variety of Quartz, ranging in color from pale to golden yellow to a deep, smooth honey. In addition to its beautiful coloring, Citrine has an interesting history and meaning.  It is a stone of abundance, attracting wealth and prosperity, success and al READ MORE

Join us on October 13th at our Lexington location, or October 15th at our Broad River Location to Tailgate & Celebrate with the Moseley family! Every guest will receive a piece of diamond jewelry and one lucky guest will receive a $1000 gift card! We'll have delicious bites, sweets, alon READ MORE

You might’ve heard it said that Opals are bad luck or are an evil stone, but we’re here to teach you a little history behind the Opal and how it got such a bad rap. For the most part, it all comes down to a fellow by the name of Sir Walter Scott. Scott was a famous author who wrote a bestsell READ MORE

Sapphire: An alternative to a diamond engagement ring Sapphire is one of the “precious stones” along with ruby, emerald and diamond, because of it’s value and the fact that it’s one of the most wearable stones. As a little known fact, the word “Sapphire” comes from the Persian word READ MORE