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Green has, for as long as we can remember, been associated with luck…and lucky for you, you just found that Pot of Gold at the end of the rainbow!
Single Stone on Mission Street has some of the most stunning pieces featuring green stones such as Emeralds, Chrysoprase and Tourmalines. Emerald Green is Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2013 and we couldn’t be more happy about it…
Here are some of our favorite pieces that boast this lucky color!!!
Do you think that you can’t afford a beautiful handcrafted or vintage ring? Think again! Here at Single Stone on Mission Street, we have something for everyone – from a gorgeous .48ct vintage ring from the 1930′s to a stunning .77ct diamond in a handcrafted Single Stone setting. We will try our best to work within your budget and help you find the ring of your dreams.
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Jemma Wynne was launched in 2008 by Stephanie Wynne and Jenny Klatt. Their attention to detail and use of only the finest quality materials draws in clients of all ages. Their ability to take classic jewelry staples and turn … Continue reading
With June right around the corner, Single Stone on Mission Street is here to help you understand the three GORGEOUS birthstones June babies get to enjoy!
Pearls are probably the most common stone out of the three June birthstones, however, it is one of the most unique. Pearls are so special because they are the only gems from living sea creatures and require absolutely no faceting or polishing to reveal their natural beauty. Pearls come in many shapes, sizes, and colors and they are gorgeous in almost any setting. One of the best characteristics of pearls is that they can be worn casually or dressed up, making them the perfect gift for the one you love
Alexandrite is an extremely rare stone from the Chrysoberyl family and was discovered in Russia in 1831. The stone is green in daylight and transitions to a purplish-red color in flourescent or incandescent light. The Alexandrite’s cameleon-like qualities make this stone an amazing addition to any woman’s jewelry collection.
The moonstone was given it’s name for the Roman’s belief that the stone’s appearance changed with the phases of the moon. Part of the family of minerals called Feldspar, Moonstones occur in many igneous and metamorphic rocks. Moonstones come in many colors such as green, blue, peach, and champagne. Their soft colors give jewelry an understated elegance that cannot be touched.