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September Beauty: Sapphires

The Lone Star Sapphire, after which our company is named, is nearly 10,000 carats. It was discovered in 1989 in North Carolina. As it is much bigger than the closest Sapphire, it is “out in front.” Hence the name Lone Star. ​Sapphire, in Greek, means “Precious Stone”!  And so they are.  The bluer the better Continue reading →

The Lone Star Sapphire, after which our company is named, is nearly 10,000 carats. It was discovered in 1989 in North Carolina. As it is much bigger than the closest Sapphire, it is “out in front.” Hence the name Lone Star. ​Sapphire, in Greek, means “Precious Stone”!  And so they are.  The bluer the better Continue reading →

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Gemstone and Jewelry Educational Resources

We receive a lot of questions about gemstones and jewelry like, “How are gemstones formed?” and “What’s my birthstone, and what does it mean?” To help with this, we’ve created a series of resource pages for your viewing pleasure. We have plans to add more information, and we want to make sure it’s useful to you. Please Continue reading →

We receive a lot of questions about gemstones and jewelry like, “How are gemstones formed?” and “What’s my birthstone, and what does it mean?” To help with this, we’ve created a series of resource pages for your viewing pleasure. We have plans to add more information, and we want to make sure it’s useful to you. Please Continue reading →