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Amethyst Cabochon Drops

Oval amethyst cabochons are topped with glowing chrome diopside .39 ctw. and bezeled in 18kt gold.

Approximate length: .875"

Shown on our Pyrite Hoops.
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Pierced Arrows with Garnets

Sultry red garnets dangle from our 18kt gold and white diamond .09 ctw. Pierced Arrow Drops.

Approximate length: 1"

Shown on our Diamond Pave Hoops.
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Garnet Trillion Drops

Prepare to be beguiled by the deep velvet red of our 18kt gold Garnet Trillion Drops with white diamonds .06 ctw.

Approximate length: .75"

Shown on our Narrow Beaded Hoops.
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Luna Major Drops

Certain drops are chameleon-like...on some ears they project glamorous elegance, on others a hip sophistication or an ethnic flair...the case in point-our sparkling checkerboard cut lemon quartz, bezel set in finely stippled 18kt gold oval frames...white diamonds .14 ctw. serve as expert witnesses.

Approximate length: 1"

Shown on our Diamond Pave Hoops.
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Garnet Medusa Drops

These drops deserve the High Priestess Stamp of Approval...deep red garnet briolettes are suspended from diamond-studded .15 ctw. swirls of 18kt gold.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Shown on our Cypress Hoops.
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Citrine and Garnet Geneva Drops

Golden citrines and rich red garnets live happily ever after in wedded bliss in our 18kt gold Geneva Drops.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Shown on our Large Plain Hoops.
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Garnet Infinity Drops

Lush red garnet briolettes dangle from our 18kt gold Infinity Drops in high zingara style.

Approximate length: 1"

Shown on our Narrow Beaded Hoops.
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Coptic Cross Earrings

The inspiration for these stunning earrings is the ancient Ethiopian cross. Although substantial in size, they are intentionally balanced to be very comfortable. They are fashioned from 18kt gold and set with red rubies (available with diamonds-price will vary).

Approximate size: 1.625" x .75"

Pearl Paloma en Nido Earrings

An 18kt gold dove perches between two pearl nests...three oval pearl dangles twitter below, in these rapturous creations by Belle Fine Jewelry.

The lever back earwires are introduced through the back of the ear and latch into beaded clutches, for a polished look.

Approximate length: 2.25"

Blue Topaz and Pearl Nubes Earrings

A gilded frame surrounds a quartet of round pearls with an 18kt gold center...little oval pearls and blue topaz dangle together coquettishly, offered by Belle Fine Jewelry.

The lever back earwires are introduced through the back of the ear and latch into beaded clutches, for a polished look.

Approximate length: 1.5

Jewelry Info

Rose Cut Gems

Rose Cut Gems
The term "rose cut" is heard more and more often when describing gemstones utilized in the jewelry industry. The Golden Eye has been using this cut for many years
What exactly is rose cut? It is a method of faceting gemstones so that the base of the stone is wide and flat with no facets; the top of the stone is domed and cut with triangular facets. These facets mimic the progressively tighter spiral of a rose, hence the name.

Most rose cuts are round, oval, or pear-shaped, but jewelers are experimenting with a variety of creative designs.

The rose cut was first introduced in the 16th century. A century later the cut had gained great acceptance and the facet arrangements became less random. Variations were based on multiples of six; six faceted roses, eighteen faceted roses, and the full rose, which consists of eighteen facets and then an upper tier of six facets.

The brilliant cut supplanted the rose cut in the 19th century but the rose cut returned at the turn of the 20th century, when the inspiration from Baroque styles drove jewelry designs. It once again fell from favor after 1910 when styles moved toward Art Deco.

For almost a century the rose cut was in retirement, but has reemerged with great momentum. Once used primarily for diamonds, the cut lends itself to many other gemstones. The look of the rose cut is softer and somewhat more natural looking than traditional faceted stones. Paired with 18kt or 22kt gold, a rose cut gem can become a timeless piece of jewelry.

Please visit our website to view many examples of rose cut jewelry.


When is a sapphire not a sapphire? When it's red, because then it's a ruby!

Both gemstones are a variety of corundum, a crystalline form of aluminum oxide, a mineral second in hardness only to diamond.

Known in Sanskrit as Ratnaraj, the king of gems, rubies have been a treasured gemstone for centuries. The first reference of the stone dates back to 200 B.C., from the literature of the northern Silk Road, where they were transported from China to Persia.

Rubies have been used throughout history to adorn the armor, scabbards, harnesses and crowns of nobles, kings and queens. Until the 20th century, the ruby was thought to be more valuable than the diamond. It is the birthstone for July and is the symbol for love, vivacity, power and passion.

Rubies are found in Tanzania, Kenya, Pakistan, Montana, North and South Carolina, and under the ice shelf in Greenland.

Burma has always been known for the source of the deep pigeon blood ruby, a most prized color in the ruby world. However, due to the Burmese government's atrocious human rights record, Congress passed the Block Burmese JADE Act in October of 2008. Although the U.S. did have a ban on the trade of Burmese gems, this measure closed an important loophole that had allowed the import of Burmese gems via third countries, such as India.

The sapphire, most commonly known as a deep blue gemstone, actually has a fascinating range of color. Almost every color of the rainbow exists naturally in sapphires. A rare color-change sapphire exhibits blue in natural light and a violet-purple in artificial light.

Some stones contain inclusions of small rutile needles that exhibit a property called asterism. This effect produces the "star sapphire". This sapphire is a cabochon cut and can have six to twelve rays emanating from its center.

The finest specimens of sapphire were mined in Kashmir, Northern India in the late 1800's to about 1920. Today they are imported from Eastern Australia, Sri Lanka, Madagascar, and are found in Montana and North Carolina.

September is the month of the sapphire. In legend and folk- lore the stone is said to work as an anti-depressant, aid in telepathy, clairvoyance and astral projection. So whether you are feeling a bit down, want to know what's going on, or feel the need to get the heck off the planet, a piece of sapphire jewelry might just be what you need!


Yangtze River Pearl and Diamond Pendant

Dusty rose and golden hues, naturally conferred by the minerals in the Yangtze River, adorn this voluptuous pearl crowned with 22kt gold and a ring of diamonds set in oxidized silver.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Chain sold separately.
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Silvio's Cross with Rubies

One of our most popular pendants, Silvio's Cross is made of 18kt gold and can be set with a variety of stones. Shown is a piece with deep red rubies.

Approximate size: 1" x .5"

Chain sold separately.
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Over the Rainbow Pendant

Icy occlusions and sparks of midnight fire abound in a deeply domed Rainbow Quartz oval pendant in 18kt gold.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Chain sold separately.
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Roman Coin Bracelet

Five ancient bronze Roman coins are set in 22kt gold and complemented with a rose cut red ruby. Additional rubies and diamonds enhance the hand made clasp.
Total length: 8"

Color Burst Earrings

A perfect pairing for the Azalea ring. These earrings were custom made with multicolor sapphires and diamonds to create an exotic allure.

Elemental Swing

Designed by the inimitable Norah Pierson, this 18kt gold ring boasts a 33.67 ct. Rubellite Tourmaline, two swinging Tanzanite teardrops, artful white pave diamonds .26 ctw., and strategically placed rubies .36 ctw.

Current size 8. May be sized 7-9


Aquamarine Guinevere Band

We are swooning over the 18kt gold Aquamarine Guinevere Ring with its breathy, shimmering baby blueness. Don't wear it when you're won't be able to keep your eyes on the road!

Diamond Vesta Band

One of our most revered designs, the Diamond Vesta Band .80 ctw. is substantial enough to stand alone and is also a strong performer in a stack-up. This ring can be made in 18kt yellow, rose, or white gold and set with white or brown diamonds (prices will vary).

Shown with 18kt gold Pie Crust Variety Bands (sold separately).

Fannie Frog

Fun, whimsical and sure to make you smile , Fannie Frog is created from 18kt gold and gazes at you with opal eyes. This ring can be worn on any finger, but seems to like to rest on the pinky best.

Current size: 5

Rings > Gallery of Stacks

Tower of Avalon

The Tower of Avalon captures the passion and intrigue of Morgan le Fay, the famed enchantress from Arthurian times.

From top, all in 18kt gold:

R1035 Ruby Circle of Wreaths $1485
RR0102 Ruby Eternity Band $1800 Not Available
RC429 Castle Tower Ring $3550
RR0102 Ruby Eternity Band $1800 Not Available
R1211 Guinevere Band $1900

Bombay High Rise

Living large with attitude! The Bombay High Rise is a glorious combination of sparkle and color in 18kt white gold, platinum, 18kt yellow gold and 22kt yellow gold.

From top:

ON019 Platinum Fat Diamond Eternity Band $5400
RR0102 Sapphire Eternity Band $1800
RC391S Bombay Sapphire Ring $10,650 Not Available
RR0102 Sapphire Eternity Band $1800
R1052a-1 Vesta Band with White Diamonds $2965

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