October in Opal

It’s officially October, which means summer has truly left us and the vibrant green leaves are turning, warming dreary, cold mornings with their flashes of intense reds, oranges and yellows. We wrap up warm in jumpers and scarves and prepare ourselves for the winter ahead… as well as planning our Halloween costumes, of course! Or, if you were born in October, or know someone who has a birthday this month, planning the gift of a birthstone, which for the month…

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September: Sapphire Seduction

September is fast approaching, which means we will be waving goodbye to August and the summery, light hues of its birthstone, Peridot, and casting our attentions upon the rich, warm, royal tones of September’s stunning birthstone, Sapphire. “A maiden born when autumn leaves Are rustling in September’s breeze, A Sapphire on her brow should bind; To bring her joy and peace of mind.” The Sapphire birthstone carries many meanings which are reflected in the above poem. Attributes such as truth,…

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Engagement Rings: What is Your Style?

One of the reasons we love being an online jewelery company is being allowed to share in our customers’ special moments, whether it be a birthday or an anniversary – we are always honored to be a customer’s first choice when buying something for a loved one. However, something that is particularly poignant, and something we are truly privileged to be a part of is speaking to men who are planning to propose to their partner; it really is something…

Calling All Gifted Jewelry Customers

Hey there, Welcome to our Gifted Jewelry Blog! Here you will find all new on sales, special offers and other news that Gifted Jewelry have to offer. You will also find posts about jewelry, fashion and more from our very own Gifted Blogger! To celebrate our new blog, we would like to invite all of our customers to be a part of it! All you have to do is share a photo of yourself wearing one (or more than one)…

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The History of The Tanzanite Gemstone

Tanzanite is often said to be a thousand times rarer than diamond. Tanzanite got its name from the country in which it was discovered – Tanzaniain.

Found in Mererani Hills of Manyara Region in Northern Tanzaniain, Tanzanite was only recently discovered in 1967, near…

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