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Archive for July, 2008

Mothers Ring Jeweler & Gemcutter

Tuesday, July 29th, 2008

Moriarty’s Gem Art ( has custom jewelry designed by in house artists, Chris and Steve Moriarty. The jewelry artists design jewelry in platinum, 18 karat and 14 karat gold using fine diamonds and rare collector gems. These rare gemstones include tanzanite, ruby, topaz, sapphire, garnet, emerald, aquamarine, tourmaline, amethyst, sphene, sphalerite, alexandrite, zircon, and citrine, all cut by master gem cutters Larry and Steve Moriarty. Because of this, Moriarty’s Gem Art only supplies the highest quality birthstones available. This may result is slightly higher prices, but you will see the difference. All of the stones are natural birthstones, not synthetic or simulated stones. The only exception is an option to purchase Chatham Created Alexandrite in addition to natural Alexandrite.

Moriarty’s Gem Art is committed to providing a ridiculously high level of service to all of the customers – resellers, partners and consumers alike.With 30 years in the business, world travel to Tanzania, Kenya, Brazil, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, and Madagascar, Moriarty’s Gem Art has been recognized in the trade as one of the finest gem cutters and jewelry designers in the United States.

Gold and Silver Jewelry – Finding Exactly What You Want

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Gold and silver jewelry has enjoyed a very long period of popularity among women and is often found high on their list of desired gifts, allowing them to feel pampered. But it’s not just women who appreciate a well designed and well crafted piece of jewelry. The truth is that many men enjoy special pieces of jewelry also. Both silver and gold are considered precious metals and are most often used in popular jewelry products. Two of the most popular design styles that can be seen in ample examples for gold and silver jewelry are Celtic jewelry designs and Gothic jewelry designs. While both Gothic and Celtic styles are more often seen made from sterling silver, there are also gold jewelry items in these design styles, for those who prefer to wear golden pieces.

Jewelry pieces can also contain precious and semi-precious gemstones like diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires. With its new growth in popularity, turquoise is hot again, turning up in sterling silver rings, pendants, and earrings. Even in the ancient world, jewelry of silver or gold was popular enough to serve as a marker of wealth, power, or social status. For people of wealth or royalty, much of their jewelry was and still is custom made, of course. Also, the rich and famous are often afforded the convenience of scheduled appointments, where a jeweler will visit them and discuss custom designs.