Tanzanite is a relatively recent discovery, found in just one place on earth. This blue variety of zoisite was named after Tanzania, the country where it was found, and can only be found.


The glorious green colour of Emerald's has made the stone highly prized for many thousands of years. Believed to protect the wearer from misfortune, it has a mystical quality that soothes and promotes tranquillity.


Peridot is one of the few gemstones in the world that exists in only one colour, a distinctive lime green.


Rubies are always stylish and compliment virtually everyone who wears them. In addition to being the official birthstone for July and the traditional gift for 40th wedding anniversaries, the ruby frequently is given in celebration of the birth of a daughter.


Pearls are unique as they are the only gems which come from living sea creatures and unlike other gemstones require no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty.