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4 Types of Statement Jewelry

4 Types of Statement Jewelry Florida Gator Jewelry Brittany's Fine Jewelry Gainesville FL

If you’ve ever seen a celebrity walking the red carpet and the jewelry catches your eye before the outfit does, then you know the power of statement jewelry. Statement jewelry brings an outfit together and makes a “statement” about the personality of the person wearing it. If you are curious about the different types of statement jewelry and are looking for ideas for your collection,

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Gemstone Spotlight: Paraiba Tourmaline

Paraiba Tourmaline mounted in halo ring Brittany's Fine Jewelry Gainesville FL

Just one look at a Paraiba tourmaline stone and it’s easy to see why it’s one of the most rare and beautiful stones on the earth. Recently discovered in Brazil, this gemstone is highly sought after for it’s beautiful hues of blue. Glowing from the inside out, Paraiba tourmaline stones offer a unique and dazzling appeal.

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How to Choose the Right Necklace for Your Neckline

How to choose the right necklace for your neckline Brittany's Fine Jewelry Gainesville, FL

There are so many beautiful necklaces out there, but how do you choose which one to wear? With graduations, weddings, anniversaries, and engagement parties around the corner, Brittany’s Fine Jewelry has several tips on how to choose the right necklace for your neckline.

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Engagement Rings: Black Diamond Trend

Black Diamond Engagement Ring

The Black Diamond Engagement Ring Trend

Are you looking for an unconventional ring that is sure to make a statement? Then a black diamond engagement ring may be the perfect fit for you.

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Jade: The Precious Green Stone

Jade Stone - Rough Cut

Jade has been cherished for thousands of years. Jade jewelry inspires the wearer’s highest spiritual aspirations, yet is sensuous and luxurious enough to satisfy down-to-earth cravings. This precious stone attracts consumers with its rich heritage as much as by its beauty, durability, and rarity.

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The Diamond Process: From Deep Underground to Your Favorite Ring

diamond process ring

When you think of diamonds, you probably think of beautiful engagement rings, necklaces, royalty, and glamor. However, what many people don’t know is how a diamond is found, dug, and transformed into your favorite piece of jewelry.

Both rare and beautiful, diamonds go through a rigorous process before it’s set and sold. On average, it can take five months for a diamond to be processed from deep underground to a beautiful diamond ring.

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Collection Spotlight: Simon G.

Simon G Jewelry Spotlight

At Brittany’s Fine Jewelry, we have a variety of diamonds and gems from all areas of the world. Whether you are looking for a simple engagement ring or an elegant diamond necklace, you can find something completely unique and stunning in our store. One of our most popular brands is our Simon G. Collection.

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Ametrine

Ametrine Brittany's Fine Jewelry Gainesville, FL

Whether projecting from pegmatite walls or encrusting cavities in volcanic rock, quartz is found in nearly every corner of the earth.  Quartz has been used in jewelry for thousands of years. When quartz displays the colors of amethyst and citrine in a single gem, the material is called ametrine or amethyst-citrine. The world’s only commercial source for ametrine is the Anahi mine in Bolivia.

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Taking Care of Antique Jewelry

The Do’s and Don’ts for Your Antique Heirloom

Antique Diamond Jewelry

Antique jewelry is beautifully unique and special. Whether it came from your own grandmother, great grandmother, or is a special gift from your husband or fiancé’s family, a family heirloom usually has great meaning. Because of its rarity and meaning, it’s important to take care of antique jewelry to ensure it lasts generations to continue the tradition.

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Fancy Colored Diamonds

Fancy Colored Diamonds Britttany's Fine Jewelry Gainesville, FL
What You Should Know About Color, Clarity, Cut, Carats, and Value

Fancy colored diamonds come in almost any color you can imagine and are rare, precious diamonds.  Red, green, purple, and orange are generally the most rare, followed by pink and blue. Yellows and browns are the most common fancy colors, but they’re generally less valuable than the rarer colors.

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