Our Favorite Fall Gemstones

Posted on Thursday, October 11th, 2018 at 9:05 am by Richard

Fall is one of the most beloved seasons by many. The change to scents, colors, flavors, festivals, fashion and general(remove “general” awe the season brings can be quite captivating. When we think of fall, we think of the beauty of the leaves changing colors. And just like that, our accessories and jewelry can mimic the wonderful splendor. As we tuck away the vibrant colors of summer, we turn to beautiful hues of warm oranges, yellows, reds, burgundies, wines and olives. Take a look below at a few of our favorite fall gemstones for 2018!

Check out this stunning fantasy cushion cut citrine with diamond accents set in yellow gold. We love this sparkly hue of orange to kick off the fall season.



majestic Opal is not only the birthstone for October but one of the most precious of all stones for its delicate and opalescent nature. Unlike other gemstones, the common Opal is made up of microscopic silica that works to reflect various colors of light.


For a very regal look, this Imperial Topaz and diamond ring is just perfect! The emerald cut precious topaz has 2 trillion diamonds accents and is set in 18 karat yellow gold.

This gorgeous pop of color is stunning for fall. We love this Vahan Pink Topaz and diamond ring set in sterling silver with yellow gold accents.

And finally, one more sneak peek of a few of our fave fall gemstones, this lovely cushion-cut garnet ,the birthstone for January,surrounded by diamonds set in yellow gold.


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