Diamonds & Gemstones

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Specialty Diamonds for Fashionistas

Explore hues that catch the eye with specialty diamonds

Amplify sophistication with chic, trendy specialty diamonds, the new darling of fashionistas and organic connoisseurs. Do these two groups agree on anything? Definitely — on these intriguing diamonds. Customers can choose from an array of conversation starters featuring distinctive colors, textures, and shapes. Many of these diamonds are rose cut, read more…

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Sell With a Story: Black Opal

Learn all about mysterious, moody black opal

A sunset, tropical waters, watercolor paintings, Holi color clouds, the galaxy. You might be asking, “What do these have in common?” If you have ever seen an opal, you likely already know. Considered one of the most colorful stones available within the industry, opals show many colors all in one read more…

Quick References Provided with New Diamonds & Gemstones Catalog

Enjoy easy-to-remove resources with your new edition of the Diamonds and Gemstones catalog

Earlier this month, we launched Diamonds and Gemstones 2020-2021, a 130-page catalog featuring Stuller’s comprehensive assortment of diamonds and gemstones. Visit our previous post to catch up on all the great highlights we have included in this latest edition. Making this one of our most unique catalogs we have produced, read more…

All That Shimmers: Diamonds & Gemstones 2020-2021

Stuller’s new diamonds and gemstones catalog is unlike any of its predecessors

As personalization continues to lead our industry, Diamonds & Gemstones 2020-2021 gives you all you need to quickly find that special stone within one of the industry’s widest selections. With 130 pages, this catalog features Stuller’s comprehensive assortment of diamonds and gemstones: beloved classics, on-trend favorites, and many new colorful read more…

Sell With a Story: Fancy Colored Sapphires

Explore up and coming and popular sapphire colors!

Did you know that Sapphire comes in every color of the rainbow, except red? Every. Single. Color. Plus a few. Fancy colored Sapphires are all the extraordinary colors outside of traditional blue, colorless, and black. Today, we are going to explore some of the up-and-coming colors as well as some read more…

Sell With a Story: Imperial Topaz

Discover what makes Imperial Topaz such a coveted stone

Topaz crystals are impressive. Some of the largest specimens can weigh hundreds of pounds. The largest faceted stone in the world just happens to be a Topaz: The El-Dorado Topaz weighs in at 31,000 carats (13.6 pounds) and is currently housed in Spain. Imperial topaz represents less than ½ of read more…

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Lab-Grown Diamonds: Let’s be completely clear, Part 1

Transparency is key in maintaining integrity in the industry

As Lab-Grown Diamond (LGD) sales continue to grow with no end in sight, complete transparency — for you and us — has never been more important. None of us want to damage trust by selling a LGD as a Natural Diamond or a natural as a Lab-Grown diamond. LGDs are read more…

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Sell with a story: Red, White, and Blue stones

There are few color combinations as iconic to the United States of America as red, white, and blue. Creating a color collection as classic as little pinwheels this time of year is super easy with many gemstone options in a plethora of shades encompassing red, white, and blue. Below we read more…

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Pearl Points: Varieties, Characteristics, and How to Sell Them

Facts to better educate customers on Pearl Styles

Pearls—cultured and natural—are experiencing a renaissance in fine jewelry! Thanks to fashion designers who’ve been affixing them to runway creations, jewelry designers who see their creative potential, and consumers who crave uncommon and one-of-a-kind masterpieces with decadent luster, pearls are in a prime position to continue gaining more significance. To read more…

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Sell With a Story: Spectrolite

Let me introduce you to the dark and broody cousin of Moonstone. When Moonstone is Hairspray, Spectrolite is Phantom of the Opera. When Moonstone is a bright summer day, Spectrolite is a cold dark night lit up by the bewitching northern lights. Known as the transformation stone, Labradorite (according to read more…

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