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Introducing the 2024 Color of the Year: Peach Fuzz

Explore gemstones and on-trend jewelry in Pantone’s newest soft shade of peach.

In the world of jewelry design and fashion, color plays a significant role. It has the power to evoke emotions, influence moods, and drive consumer behavior. In fact, studies have shown that color affects 85 percent of purchases. With this in mind, Pantone, the global color authority, recently introduced their Color of the Year for 2024 — PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz.

Explore a warm, fresh approach this year with the latest shade from the Pantone Color Institute™. Sensitive but sweet and airy, Peach Fuzz evokes a new modernity and softness.

The Buzz About Peach Fuzz

This color trend signifies a shift towards a focus on community and connection with loved ones—something that has become more important in our ever-changing world.

The influence of Peach Fuzz has been seen on the runways of Milan where fashion powerhouses like Gucci, Jil Sander, and Sportmax have incorporated peach tones into their Spring–Summer 2024 collections.

Pantone’s Color of the Year sets a prevalent tone for various industries, including jewelry design and fashion. Every year, the new color generates significant media attention and buzz that jewelry brands can leverage to promote specific gemstones and color combinations in jewelry pieces. By aligning their jewelry with the color of the year, brands can tap into the excitement surrounding its selection and use it as a marketing tool to cater to the evolving preferences of their customers and attract new customers alike.

“With this year’s Pantone Color of the Year 2024, we see an increased focus on community and people across the world reframing how they want to live and evaluating what is important. The color is one whose warm and welcoming embrace conveys a message of compassion and whose cozy sensibility brings people together and enriches the soul.”
Laurie Pressman
Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute

Sunstone Notable Gems®

Exuberant. Healing. Warm.

Sunstone has a distinct and vibrant color range that includes shades of orange, reddish-brown, and yellow — reminiscent of the warm hues of the sun. Aventurescence, an optical illusion, creates the appearance of glittering specks beneath the surface. This mesmerizing effect is brought about by the presence of reflective inclusions, which give sunstone a shiny, metallic-like luster. Sunstone Notable Gems® usually have a transparent to semi-transparent nature, allowing light to pass through the stone and enhance the play of colors within.

Morganite Gemstones

Sweet. Pure. Glowing.

Morganite is a stunning gemstone that ranges from a delicate pale pink to a radiant peachy pink. In smaller sizes, morganite exudes a sweet charm while larger stones boast a bold, sophisticated hue. By reducing stress, promoting tranquility, instilling wisdom, and providing purpose to our lives, morganite proves itself as a powerful and transformative gem. Its exceptional transparency allows light to effortlessly pass through, making it a popular choice for faceting, enhancing its brilliance and sparkle.

Coral Gemstones

Living. Mellow. Charming.

Like pearls, coral is among the limited number of famous organic gemstones. Derived from the discarded shells of marine invertebrates, polished coral — also referred to as calcium carbonate — was highly valued by sailors as a protective talisman against turbulent waters. Both ancient Romans and Persians believed it possessed the power to cure madness and bestow wisdom, while in India, it was consumed in powdered form as an aphrodisiac.

Rose Quartz Gemstones

Diverse. Resilient. Beautiful.

Rose quartz is a captivating gemstone that seamlessly combines a delicate blush hue with a touch of feminine grace. Whether you choose an antique square or cushion, a cabochon or a doubled-sided checkerboard cut, rose quartz embodies sophistication and elegance. Its soft pink color delicately reflects light, creating an ethereal glow that enhances any piece of jewelry it adorns. From dainty earrings to statement necklaces, rose quartz exudes a timeless charm that effortlessly elevates any outfit, making it the perfect choice for those seeking a touch of refined beauty.

Pink Tourmaline Gemstones

Powerful. Vivid. Energetic.

Pink tourmaline gemstones have earned a reputation for being both elegant and feminine, making them a popular choice among women, regardless of their birth month. However, with October being recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the demand for pink tourmalines has soared. This is fitting, as the gemstone is believed to boost awareness, love, and compassion. Moreover, pink tourmalines are often chosen as a symbol of celebration for couples commemorating their 5th wedding anniversary.

The Resource You Can Trust

At Stuller, our commitment lies in empowering our customers with the necessary tools and knowledge for a great experience in every transaction or project. We understand that discovering a gemstone that meets your specific requirements and desires is crucial in crafting the ideal masterpiece, and our team is dedicated to ensuring that every stage is effortlessly achieved.

Be as pretty as a peach in 2024 with our stunning selection of gemstones and jewelry in complementary shades. See all the Pantone® Color of the Year 2024 gemstones and jewelry available at Stuller.

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Gemstone Matching Services

Looking for the perfect match to a specific gemstone, or to create a custom color palette? Stuller’s Matching Services ensure quick, reliable solutions as you search for the right colored gemstones to fit any vision.

Call our dedicated team at 800-877-7777, extension 5, to get started today.

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If you are still searching for a unique or special gemstone outside of our inventory, we can help you. Our experts can source that special gemstone, have it shipped to our headquarters, and give you firsthand information about any unique optical properties.

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Sarah Whisnant

Diamonds and Gemstones Project Specialist

Sarah is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in Textiles and Apparel Merchandising. You'll find her decked out in jewelry any chance she gets — showing her love of self-expression through style.