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Over 1 million items sold, all hand inspected. Every item sold is quality controlled in our facility with each item inspected by our inhouse gemologist team. When it meets our high standards, we know it will exceed yours.
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Celebrating 25 Years of Success
Since 1997, we’ve pursued excellence in everything we do, putting our love for jewelry on display every day and working to offer unparalleled buying opportunities for jewelry collectors and luxury buyers. Our decades of achievement is the foundation that supports our bright future.
Rare and valuable, tanzanite is also found in only one place on the planet: the Merelani Hills of Tanzania, in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. One of the world’s most beautiful blue gems, tanzanite is actually pleochroic, showing three different colors when viewed from different directions: purple, blue, and bronze. As you move, you’ll see the colors flash. Discovered in 1967 and named by Tiffany & Co in tribute to the beauty of Tanzania, tanzanite quickly became one of the world’s most popular gems. When you gaze into its mesmerizing depths, you’ll understand why. Tanzanite is a birthstone for December and the 24th anniversary gem.Creating 18K white gold is jeweler’s alchemy. To make luxurious 18K white gold, 75% pure golden yellow gold is alloyed with 25% white metals, usually silver, zinc, or palladium. These metals also increase its durability and hardness. To get that bright white shine, most 18K white gold jewelry is plated with rhodium, a platinum group metal.Ben Kho is one of the most talented gemstone cutters in the world. By carefully positioning each facet, he sculpts light into brilliance. After mining rubies and sapphires in Cambodia as a teenager, he fell in love with the fascinating process of transforming rough into sparkling gems. Collectors from around the world commission Ben to create one-of-a-kind treasures. He has received 26 prestigious Cutting Edge Awards from the American Gem Trade Association. Wear Ben Kho jewelry for a cut above.