Jan5

OWN THE COLORS OF THE RAINBOW.

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I have always been influenced by the glitz and glamour of the ‘Diamond'. The simplicity that surrounds this stone has many times stopped me from enjoying all the colors of the rainbow that grace jewelry from rings to earrings to even necklaces and pendants, but not anymore! Owning a diamond can make a girl feel like she is on the top of the world, but owning the rainbow is probably a better option if you want to stand out and make a statement through your jewelry. Colorful gemstones range from Alexandrite's, Emeralds, Rubies, Blue Sapphires, to more affordable picks such as Topaz, Amethysts or Quartz. Regardless of the hefty price tag of these rainbow-colored gems they are both quirky and fun to wear. If you are someone who likes to get all the attention when you walk down the street, then you should better start collecting these gem stones. Colored gemstones enable you to present yourself to the world in all your glory. Your jewelry will do the talking! It's similar to saying "Here I am in all my glory!' It also helps your personality to pop and will always be a conversation starter. You will be able to match your jewelry to your wardrobe which would make you the talk of the town! Here are some of the best colored gemstones that would truly enrich your world with colors. Grab them all to shine like a colorful disco ball. Sapphires These stones have a wide variety of colors which is the reason why they have different names based on the hue. Sapphire, the birthstone of September has always been the second most popular gemstone after the Diamond. It is a gemstone that is famous for being favored by the Royals for many centuries. Sapphires come in different sizes and colors and are only second to Diamonds with a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale. Sapphires which are red are called ‘Rubies' while sapphires that are green are named ‘Emeralds' and the ones that are blue are the famous ‘Blue Sapphires'. Apart from these three most famous colored sapphires, these gemstones also take hues such as pink, yellow, orange, purple, padparadscha, colorless and black. The hue of the sapphire decides its value. If a stone is extremely light or dark in color those sapphires are considered as of less value than the medium and vibrant hued gemstones. The size of sapphires is measured similar to Diamonds using the measurement of carats. However, the size of Sapphires does not always make them expensive as the focus is always on the color of the stone. If you are thinking of purchasing a sapphire, you should be cautious of extremely bright sapphires as most of these beauties are heated artificially which will increase the intensity of their color but will result in the drop of the price of these precious gemstones. The Sapphires that are naturally vivid in color are the most precious sapphires and finding ones that suit your style and personality will be a fun experience. Alexandrite Alexandrite is the birthstone of June babies but, unfortunately, it is one of the rarest gemstones in the world. The stone named after the Tsar Alexander the II of Russia is known for its color changing properties. Gemologists refer to Alexandrites as the gemstone that is ‘Emerald by day and Ruby by night'. The gemstone which was discovered in the Ural Mountains of Russia in 1830 can appear to be green, purplish red or orange according to its rather unusual light absorption. This is a gemstone that needs a pretty penny if you are thinking of purchasing one as they are extremely rare especially if they are large in size. Find jewelry of these precious stones and many more at exorti.com ( A unique fine and fashion jewelry Market place.) Topaz Topaz the gemstone of November is an affordable gemstone that can be used as a cheaper alternative for Sapphires due to the similarities in the wide range of colors. Topaz colors range from blue, yellow, pink, white, green, black, grey, brown, red to orange. The most interesting feature of these gems is that the saturation of these stones differs from one stone to another. The expansive range of light to dark shades of all the colors makes it easier for you to select the gemstone that appeals to you with regard to its size and level of saturation. These gemstones are mostly used in multi-coloured jewelry and create some of the most beautiful jewelry pieces. Topaz has a hardness of 8 on the Mohs Hardness scale which unfortunately makes them less hardy than Diamonds and Sapphires. If you would like to test the waters before completely investing your money on expensive colored gemstones Topaz will be your best option for a test drive. Check our Exorti Topaz Collection. Amethyst These are purple colored gemstones that radiate royalty. Although Amethysts were expensive until the 19th century the discovery of Amethyst mines in Brazil resulted in the decrease of its price which however did not result in the loss of its fame. Amethysts are used in jewelry pieces such as crowns to statement fashion pieces worn by celebrities and socialites. If you prefer a chic piece of jewelry with a subtle shade of color Amethysts can be your best friend. Diamonds are without a doubt the most popular precious stones in the world, however, the addition of a little color to your sparkle will turn heads and make you the fashionista you have always wanted to be. If you are still having second thoughts of purchasing colored gemstone jewelry indulge yourself in a whirlwind of color by going through the colored gemstone jewelry on Exorti.com, the best place for you to find the most exquisite jewelry online. Check our Exorti's Amethyst collection

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