Over 130,000+ Satisfied Customers – with 4.8 Google rating. Customer satisfaction is at the center of everything we do during our 25 years in the jewelry industry and, how we plan to continue doing business for the next 25
Fine Jewelry of the Highest Quality
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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Secure, free shipping and insurance with a 30 day return policy, included on every online order.
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.
Garnet is named from the Latin for pomegranate, granatum, with its glossy red seeds. Bursting with fire and brilliance, garnets adorned the necks of Egypt’s pharaohs and were entombed with their mummified corpses for the afterlife. A stylish red garnet bead necklace found in a grave in Egypt is 5,800 years old. Legend says garnet is the traveler's gem which protects you when you are far from home. Garnet is the birthstone for January, the zodiac gem for Capricorn and Aquarius, and the gem for the second anniversary. Wear garnet to make life’s journey more beautiful.14K white gold is the most popular white precious jewelry metal. Its pale glow is the perfect setting for cool-toned gems. Since gold is naturally golden yellow in color, to make 14K white gold, 58.5% gold is alloyed with white metals, usually silver, zinc, palladium, or nickel. These metals also improve the hardness, durability, and affordability of white gold jewelry, since pure gold scratches fairly easily. To get that bright shine, most white gold jewelry is also plated with rhodium, a platinum group metal.With exceptional gems, finely crafted 18 karat gold, and thoughtful design, every piece of Chromia jewelry sets the standard for heirloom quality. Every detail is meticulously considered: you’ll see even the back of each piece is as beautifully finished as the front. Spotlighting rare gems sourced directly from the mine to the cutter and the workshop, Chromia comes from the Latin for “all colors”. You can be confident that every Chromia jewel has the kind of enduring value that will last for generations.