Voyagers Jewelry Tip of the Month:

As late winter creates cabin fever,
we begin to think of Spring and all its colors,
as we raise a toast to the Emerald Isle.


Color appeals to our feelings directly. It makes us happy and cheerful, livens us up or calms us down, and has a magical or liberating effect. And where is color more lasting and more beautifully captured
than in a gemstone? In the fascinating world of precious stones, emeralds glow in the fieriest green imaginable.
Aquamarines sparkle in a whole range of blues
from the light blue of the sky to the deep blue of the sea.

Yet, how many people are aware of the fact that these gems,
different as they are, belong to a single family?
Aquamarine and emerald  are both beryls. 
Beryl gemstones come from granite, and in rough form are generally tubular in shape.  Ranging from to 7-8 on the Mohrs hardness scale these gemstones are brittle but due to the wide variety of colors, are still one the most popular and expensive.


Aquamarine, is the Birthstone for March
(for a full list of birthstones by month click here)


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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