But times have changed! Women earn their own wealth now, and choose how to spend it! And for the most part, women still like diamonds. After all, who can resist all that sparkle of the rainbow captured within a tiny little thing? There's a bit of magic there.
And yet, diamonds are still closely associated with engagement, weddings, love - as well as wealth and gold. None of those things are inherently bad. But what if your birthstone is a diamond? You don't necessarily want to associate it with any of those things.
We also know that fans of MaJe Gallery specifically look for ways to express themselves that are different from the masses. You depend on us to seek out and find those distinctive things that help you hone your distinctive style!
Enter.....colored diamonds! Check out this very unusual, one-of-a-kind ring by Seattle's Sarah Gascoinge, featuring a blue diamond. The particular shade of blue of the diamond is just gorgeous! She's set it in a unique sterling silver band with a splash of 24-karat gold. It's sized at 6 1/2.
|Sterling ring by Sarah Gascoigne featuring a blue diamond and a splash of 24-karat gold.|
|Sterling ring by Sarah Gascoigne featuring a yellow diamond and a splash of 24-karat gold.|
But perhaps you prefer a pendant! What about this simple yet distinctive pendant in white gold with a 10-point diamond? It features a diamond-cut white gold chain, which sparkles as the light hits it. A perfect companion to a diamond! The chain is 18" long.
So, while you may not have considered MaJe Gallery a place to find diamonds, hopefully this will change your mind. Come on down and see what we've got!
Manya and Jeff