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  • Lab Grown Diamonds

    A lab-created diamond is “grown” inside a lab using cutting-edge technology that replicates the natural diamond growing process. The result is a man-made diamond that is chemically, physically, and optically the same as those grown beneath the Earth’s surface.

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  • Labradorite

    Is a mineral that is widely known for its play of colors. Labradoresence is caused when planes within the mineral reflect specific colors of light. When the mineral is moved under incident light it produces flashes of iridescent blue, green, yellow or orange.

  • Lapis

    Is a relatively rare semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense blue color.

  • Leo

    “The Lion”

    Astrological sign for July 23rd through August 22nd. 

    Astrological element: Fire

  • Lepidolite

    Is a lilac-gray or rose-colored member of the mica group that is a secondary source of lithium.

  • Leverback

    A method of fastening earrings in which a hook is inserted through the earrlobe and closed by a mechanical ear clip.

  • Libra


    Astrological sign for September 24th through October 23rd. 

    Astrological element: Air

  • Link Lock

    Mechanical connection that consists of a notch that can be pushed into a small barrel.

  • Links

    Individual rings or loops connected to form a chain.

  • Lobster Clasp

    A clasp used for necklaces and bracelets that features a loop with a spring equipped lever mechanism which can be opened to insert or release the ring from the other end of the chain.

  • Logo

  • London Blue Topaz

    The most saturated, deepest blue variety of blue topaz.

  • Low Profile

    A setting which displays the mounted stone close to the shank.

  • Low/High Base

    How low or high the gem sits on the shoulders.

  • Luster

    The manner in which light interacts with the surface of a gemstone is known as its “Luster”. This property of a gemstone is more of an observation used for comparative purposes than it is a scientific means of comparing. Several different factors play into the luster grading of a gemstone, which in its simplest form, just describes how light reflects on the gemstone surface. How well light reflects on the surface of the gemstone is dependent on other properties of the gemstones, such as its Refractive Index, its Hardness, and its level of polish.

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