Nature cultivates a variety of colorful minerals, but only people can transmit them into gorgeous jewelry. Gemstones can be beautiful in various colors thanks to the multiple presences of impurities. But with the pure and one-of-the-kind hue, white is the timeless color in gemstone jewelry design that has infinite romance unmatched by others. At SHE·SAID·YES, a series of white stone jewelry will shine upon your eyes.
There is a wide range of white or transparent gemstones, including diamond, pearl, moonstone, etc. Without a doubt, the most popularly known and highly sought-after gemstone of all is the colorless diamond. Diamonds have almost dominated the engagement ring market and are one of the most prestigious of all gemstones.
But what makes a diamond so captivating? As we all know, diamonds are the hardest natural substance. And they’re incredibly shimmering that almost have no inclusions. Although not a rare gemstone, diamonds are considered highly valuable among all the gems.
Napoleon Diamond Necklace is one of the most famous necklaces in the world. It was that Emperor Napoleon commissioned the jewelry company Etienne Nitôt and Sons of Paris to create for his second wife, Marie-Louise, to celebrate the birth of their first son.
Having a long and glorious history in the jewelry market, peals have been valued and coveted for centuries. They’re hard, glimmering objects formed in soft tissue from mollusks, especially oysters, naturally over the years, often with the pure white and natural gloss. Although pearls have various colors for your demand, the most popular and classic one is still white.
Representing significant elegance and nobility, pearl jewelry has been a particular favorite for the wealthy class for centuries. Charming white pearls are always a favorite for necklaces, earrings, rings, and even tiaras. La Peregrina Pearl, which once belonged to Elizabeth Taylor as a Valentine’s Day gift, is 500 years old and is one of the most famous pearl jewelry in the world.
Moonstone is mineral orthoclase from the feldspar group with a pearly and softly opalescent schiller. Not as common and popular as diamonds and pearls, moonstone has only appeared on the jewelry market in recent years as a particular type of jewelry gem. Generally, the more transparent and colorless the gemstone, the bluer the color, and the higher the value of the moonstone. In addition, the lapidaries often accentuate their adularescence to display a cat’s eye effect.
Like many other gemstones, the moonstones also have inclusions.
Depending on their iron content, moonstones could present beige, brown, orange, or greenish hues. The most well-known is “rainbow moonstones.”
About 120 years ago, a Nobel Prize winner—Dr. Henri Moissan first discovered a scarce mineral. To commemorate him, people nominate this unique mineral—moissanite. Professionally, it is naturally occurring silicon carbide and its various crystalline polymorphs. But in the jewelry market, it mostly means the laboratory cultivated moissanite.
MoissanitesMoissanites are always compared with diamonds. They’re a kind of a more transparent, low-budget, and environment-friendly diamond simulant. Because most Moissanites are growing in laboratories, they will always be eye-clean, while diamonds born in nature may contain visible imperfections. However, unlike the moissanite, the clearer the diamond, the higher the price.
As the advocated gemstone from SHE·SAID·YES, the brilliant moissanite with unparalleled brilliance, eco-friendly quality, and economical price shine brightly in the jewelry area.