Featuring Swarovski Gemstones and Swarovski Zirconia in Jungle Inspired Cuts and Colors  

Spanning a rich color spectrum that includes luscious emerald green, the most delicate mint, and Greenery, the highly sophisticated Pantone Color of the Year, the green palette that is so intimately linked with nature remains firmly associated with wellbeing, harmony, and balance.  In recent years, green, as an avatar for the environment, has come to stand for all that is sustainable and ethical.  Green gemstones are cherished around the globe as symbols of growth, healing and life’s new beginnings.  Chief amongst them is the regal emerald, the traditional birthstone for May.  So much is the concept of birthstones part of our cultural heritage that it is interesting to learn that the American National Association of Jewelers only adopted the current list in 1912.  Emeralds are both rare and valuable gemstones highly coveted for their vivid, well-saturated shades of green, and a high degree of transparency A variety of the mineral beryl, emerald comes in at a hard 7.5 - 8 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, which makes it difficult to cut. Usually seen in its signature Emerald cut, the world's primary rough deposits are found in Colombia, Brazil, and Zambia.