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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

A lesser known gemstone we’d love to see more awareness brought to is the semi-precious Peridot. Found in lava, meteorites and deep in the earth’s mantle, we think it’s appropriate to celebrate this “extreme" gem for being August’s birthstone. Also, Peridot is one of the few gemstone READ MORE

Rubies have been a hot commodity since one of the earliest records of the stones being transported on the North Silk Road in China around 200 BC. Known for their association with wealth and royalty, the ruby is considered one of the four precious stones, together with sapphire, emerald and diamond. READ MORE

Last month, we had the privilege to welcome wedding professionals in the Midlands into our Lexington store. It was a night full of champagne, diamonds and new friendships. As the ladies and gentlemen made their way from case to case trying on rings, necklaces and bracelets, the Moseley’s team, inc READ MORE

It wasn’t until 1914 that President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure officially establishing the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day. Long before that, however, special ceremonies and gifts celebrating motherhood have been present all over the world. Today, cards, flowers, acts of service and su READ MORE