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Sapphire Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

Since ancient times, sapphire has been associated with royalty, tradition, wisdom, and romance. The name Sapphire is known to be derived from the Greek word “sappheiros” and the Latin word “saphirus” both denoting the color blue. The Sapphire is the September Birthstone...

Opal Ring Care

At Nolan and Vada, all opals used in rings are natural solid opal stones from the Wollo province of Ethiopia.

Filled with kaleidoscopic glamour, opals are a delicate yet elegant gem that needs a little extra care and love to maintain their beauty.

With some basic knowledge and guidance, you can maintain your opal rings for the years to come.

Finding Her Ring Size

An essential element of figuring out her ring size, shouldn’t be the reason of giving away your well-planned surprise. Specializing in bespoke engagement rings, many of our customers ask us about tips and ways to find an accurate ring size but the truth is that it is not an easy task...

Ring After Care

Designed and crafted with solid gold and precious gemstones, a delicate yet precious possession must be cared for in order to last for generations.

Every piece of fine jewelry goes through a lot of pressure and stress when worn regularly....

Aquamarine Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

Aquamarine, a stone with a soothing, calm and airy appearance is one of the most popular semi-precious gemstone. The birthstone for the month of March and a cousin to the popular vivid emerald, aquamarine belongs to the mineral family of beryl....

Peridot Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

A stone with a vivid green hue of spring denoting timeless symbolism, peridot is a birthstone of people born in month of August.
Golden green with a sparkling appearance, Peridots belongs to the mineral family of Olivine. Peridot is found deep in earth’s mantle, lava, meteorites and classified as an extreme gem by GIA...

Green Amethyst Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

Also known as Prasiolite, the green amethyst is considered a highly spiritual gemstone. It is named Prasiolite after the Greek words “Parson” meaning leek (representing the color of plant) and “lithos” meaning stone...

Amethyst Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

A royal gemstone with an aura of luxury and tradition, amethyst has been a popular choice among emperors and monarchs since ancient times. Regarded as the most popular purple color gemstone in the world...

Sapphire Engagement Rings – The Complete Guide

Since ancient times, sapphire has been associated with royalty, tradition, wisdom, and romance. The name Sapphire is known to be derived from the Greek word “sappheiros” and the Latin word “saphirus” both denoting the color blue. The Sapphire is the September Birthstone...

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