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Iridescent mother of pearl from a salt water mollusk. Each abalone shell has its own unique pattern and color mix. Features swirling, organic lines in iridescent multi colours of green, blue, brown, white, red and pink. Extremely durable.

A rare type of agate consisting of silicate mineral, which can be found on the moon and in meteorites. Features lacy, wavy bands in a range of light blue-violet and soft periwinkle.

A type of agate originating from Botswana. Features translucent and semi-opaque bands. Banded colours of white, taupe-purple, peach and grey.

Named after the Amazon river due to its colour. This semi-precious stone can range from translucent to opaque, soft pastel to vibrant blue-green aqua. Can have white lines/streaks throughout.

A semi-precious stone, ranging in colour from pale lilac to dark purple. Can have bands of soft white. The purple colour is caused by iron and aluminum present during the formation of the stone.

February birthstone.

Semi-precious stone that grows in large 6 sided crystals. From the same mineral family as emerald. Transparent to semi-opaque, with pastel colour ranging from light blue to light green.

April birthstone.



Carnelian is a chalcedony quartz. Appearance is translucent to opaque, ranging from brown red, red, and orange.

Semi-precious stone composed of silicon dioxide. Its yellow tint comes from iron. Colour ranges from lemon yellow to orange. Can have a soft straw, wheat coloring with white inclusions.

Chalcedony is the form of quartz that is compact and microcrystalline. It occurs in many different forms, colours, and patterns, and many varieties have been used as gemstones since antiquity. In the gemstone trade, the term Chalcedony is often used specifically to describe the white, gray, or blue translucent type of Chalcedony.

Otherwise known as CZ, it is the cubic crystalline form of zirconium dioxide. The synthesized material is hard and usually colourless, but can be made in a variety of different colours.  Because of its low cost, durability, and close visual likeness to diamond, synthetic cubic zirconia has remained the most geologically and economically important competitor for diamonds since commercial production began.


A precious stone, known as the hardest naturally forming material on Earth. Its name comes from the ancient Greek work adamas, meaning 'unbreakable.' Clear, colorless diamonds are the most highly valued. Colour can range from clear to red, yellow or green.

April birthstone.


Precious stone first mined in Egypt as early as 3500 BC. Appearance is translucent, ranging from vibrant green to blue green.

May birthstone.



Semi-precious stone. Transparent to translucent. Comes in a variety of colours, with the most common being dark red. January birthstone.


Mined as the main ore of iron. Harder than iron, but more brittle. Opaque, metallic surface with gunmetal/dark grey colouring.


Semi-precious stone from the silicate mineral of magnesium and aluminum. Transparent, with colour ranging from violet to blue.


Semi-precious stone that was often used in tool making in ancient China due to its hardness and durability. It is composed of two minerals: jadeite and nephrite. Appearance is translucent to opaque. Wide colour range with the most common being light to dark green.



First mined in the coastal region of Labrador, Canada, Labradorite exhibits iridescent flashes of colour known as labradorescence. Base colour ranges from grey-green-blue with light catching colors of blue, green, yellow and red. Translucent. Native lore suggests Labradorite to be the fiery, dancing Northern Lights entombed within the stone.

Semi-precious stone reminiscent of the starry night sky. Ancient artifacts from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome and China containing lapis lazuli have been unearthed. Historically it was also used as a pigment for paints and makeup. Renaissance painter Michelangelo famously used lapis pigment in his works. Opaque, rich royal blue colour. Can have shiny, metallic flecks of pyrite and soft white veins of calcite.


Given its name due to its resemblance to green Mallow leaves. Historically used as a paint pigment for its rich jewel tone. Opaque, green stone with light to dark green veining that forms in rings and bands.

Transparent to semi-opaque semi-precious stone, ranging from white to grey to peach to mocha brown. Reflects light back-and-fourth in a natural phenomenon called adularescence. White moonstone with a pale blue sheen are most valued. Top quality white can look like blue sky with wispy clouds. Its name comes from the visual effect it creates.



Solid black semi-precious stone with a glassy surface. Onyx is a white and black parallel banded chalcedony; black onyx comes from the black bands within the chalcedony.

'Precious' opals glow and shimmer when moved in light, exhibiting 'play of colour.' Found in only a few places on Earth. In the middle ages, such opals were considered a lucky stone, since it possessed all the powers of the gemstone colours appearing within. Each stone is unique. Ethiopian opals tend to be green, blue, pink or 'multi.' Australian opals can range from blue, green, black, white to red.

'Common' opals are a type of opal that does not exhibit a 'play of color.' Generally has a soft, pastel coloring in blue, pink or white.

October birthstone.


Pearls are formed inside mollusks and shellfish. When an irritant enters a mollusk's shell, the animal secretes layers upon layers of lustrous nacre, creating a pearl. 

June birthstone.

Known for its finely detailed patterns and colours appearing within the stone, giving it the appearance of a landscape, hence the name. Opaque, warm sandy brown and cream with speckled grey to black matrix.

Known as "fools gold" for its metallic luster that resembles gold. From the Greek word "pyr" meaning fire. In ancient times, was used as a fire starter by striking on another iron-rich rock.


A member of the quartz family. Appearance is translucent to semi-opaque, with delicate light pink colouring. Can have wispy, white inclusions.

A variety of quartz containing golden needle-like inclusions of rutile, known as rutilation. Rutilation can range from thin, sparse spikes and lines, to denser crisscross patterns.

A type of grey-brown quartz. Rarely has flaws or inclusions. Also known as Cairngorm, after the mountains in Scotland where it has been found.


Derived from the Latin ruber, for red. Appearance is translucent, crimson red or deep pink.

July birthstone.


Precious stone that appears in nearly every colour except red. Blue sapphires are the most valuable. Very durable, and second in hardness to diamond. Can contain slender rutile needles called 'silk.' Historically worn by royalty.

September birthstone.

Can resemble a white-capped ocean or a dark, cloudy sky. The stone is generally opaque but in some rare cases, can be translucent. Some pieces can fluoresce in UV light. Opaque, rich blue denim to indigo base with swirling white, grey veins and streaks. Some sodalite can have orange or purple colouring.

Is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.  Sterling silver is prone to tarnishing.


Exhibits chatoyancy, an optical effect giving it a 'cat's-eye' appearance. Matte stones can resemble silky wood at times. Opaque, with contrasting bands of rich golden amber, dark brown and charcoal. Has a lustrous, silky surface.

Semi-precious stone that always grows in a 3 sided, columnar prism shape. Transluscent to opaque, appearing in a rainbow of colours.

Semi-precious stone found in very few, dry and barren copper-rich regions which give turquoise its vivid blue/green coloring. Some of the world's oldest jewelry contains Turquoise (Ancient Egypt, Mesoamerica) as has been used for over 6000 years by various civilizations.

Colour ranges from sky blue to blue green to yellow green. It can have a grey/brown/black matrix.

December birthstone.

Made by compressing small pieces of turquoise together to achieve a marbled/multi color appearance. 



Made with a sterling silver base and plated in 18k gold vermeil. Vermeil is an historical French plating method which uses a palladium barrier layer and heavy 18k gold or rose gold plating.


A natural white stone with a grey spiderweb matrix resembling marble. Opaque, bright, cool white colour.




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