Thinking Green...from a fine pistachio to olive green is easy with

Peridot, the birthstone for August. 
(for a full list of birthstones by month click here)

The Peridot is a very old gemstone, and one which has become very popular again today. It is so ancient that it can be found in Egyptian jewelry from the early 2nd millennium B.C..  The  Romans, too, were fond of this gemstone and esteemed its radiant green shine, which does not change even in artificial light. For that reason they nicknamed it the 'emerald of the evening'. Peridot is also found in Europe in medieval churches, where it adorns many a treasure.

Sometimes created with volcanic action and sometimes found in meteorites,
Peridot is one of the few gemstones which comes in one color only
The rich, green color with the slight tinge of gold is caused by very fine traces of iron
The intensity of the color depends on the amount of iron actually present.

Peridot is thought to  promote healing, friendliness and understanding;
 if that weren't enough it is said to bring the wearer
success, peace and good luck.



Whether you like the warm elegance of Yellow Gold
prefer the cool allure of White Gold or Platinum

 combine them both with a bi-color jewelry design... 

Traditional or Contemporary...
Dramatic or Understated.....

Reuse, Recycle, Repair, Remount and Redesign 

- Unique and Custom creations are Voyagers specialty -  
unlike most jewelers, we do all work in house and are able to work with existing pieces to  make them "new" again from a good cleaning and polishing  to adding stones or reusing a part of the old design to create a new piece. This ability to create brand new from scratch, innovative designs, to reusing and redesigning existing pieces allows Voyagers to be your personal and full service jewelers.  We do free estimates for any design.


As always, we recommend that you regularly have your jewelry checked & inspected.   We can do that while you wait ... as well as keep your jewelry sparkling & clean.....
After cleaning, we will check for any missing stones;  inspect each stone for tightness; and  look for chips, nicks and breakage.
Prongs, shanks and mountings will be inspected for wear and cracks.
If repairs are needed, we will make suggestions and discuss possible options with you.

Click here for more information on having your jewelry repaired.

Click here for more information on having jewelry designed



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