$3,625 in 14K Yellow Gold / Iolite / Blue Topaz
$2,690 in Palladium / Iolite
$6,240 in Platinum / Iolite / Rose Quartz
$11,755 in Platinum / Iolite
$2,435 in 14K Rose Gold / Iolite
$2,985 in 18K Rose Gold / Iolite
$4,345 in Platinum / Iolite
$3,690 in 18K White Gold / Iolite / Pink Tourmaline
$4,000 in 14K White Gold / Iolite / Aquamarine
$5,360 in 14K Yellow Gold / Iolite / Pink Tourmaline
$2,950 in 14K White Gold / Iolite
$2,505 in 14K Rose Gold / Iolite
When you are shopping for iolite jewelry, the most important value factor to consider is the quality of the iolite. Long known as "water sapphire," this lovely blue gem has the steely hue of the ocean at dawn. The more pure and saturated the blue, the more valuable the iolite. Cut is even more important than clarity, since a well-cut iolite will dance with light.
Because all Gemvara jewelry is made to order, we can hand-select fine-quality iolite to perfectly suit your design.
What is the meaning of iolite jewelry in the language of gems? Iolite is the gem of exploration. When Leif Eriksson and the other legendary Viking explorers ventured far into the Atlantic, they used a naturally polarizing iolite lens to determine the exact position of the sun to navigate safely to the new world and back.
Iolite is the gem of the 21st anniversary.
Iolite jewelry is most often crafted in white gold, yellow gold, sterling silver or platinum. You will want to match the color of iolite earrings or an iolite necklace closely to the color of an iolite ring.
Iolite rings shouldn't be worn when working with your hands or exercising vigorously. Clean iolite jewelry with mild dish soap: use a soft brush behind the gems where dust can collect.
Gemvara's fine quality iolite jewelry is designed to be passed down for generations to come, crafted by hand in the United States.
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