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October, Pumpkins, Opals and More!

It's the month of pumpkins, apples and multiple stones to use for this month full of treats, leaves and autumn changes.Which brings us to this months birthstone - Opals, Rubellites and Tourmalines! Tourmaline is a crystalline boron silicate mineral compounded with elements such as aluminium, iron, magnesium, sodium, lithium, or potassium. Tourmaline is classified as [...]

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Music is art for the soul

"Without music, life would be a mistake." - Friedrich NietzscheMusic has always been one of the most influential tools since the beginning. Some music can make you want to dream, some bring out your inner artist, dancer or even your inner rebel. It is one of the most beautiful forms of art. At Avianti Jewelry, [...]

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Have you ever wondered what can be done with your Scrap gold?

Interested in melting down your gold and making an item you can enjoy? Scrap jewelry gold can be melted down and made into a master piece of art.We work hard to capture the gold and we don't want to loose any of that fine gold away as it can be valuable.Pure gold melts at 1060 [...]

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July Birthstone: The Ruby

July's special stone is the Ruby. It is a lovely, red-pink colored precious stone.A ruby is a pink to blood-red colored gemstone, a variety of the mineral corundum. Its name comes from ruber, Latin for red. Other varieties of gem-quality corundum are called sapphires.The ruby is considered one of the four precious stones, next to [...]

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Colorful Engagement Rings

With diamonds being so popular and being everyone's engagement stone, some women want to stand out. Be different. Be unique. Now with Avianti Jewelry, you can order a unique engagement ring for that special one. Feel free to email us or call us at Avianti Jewelry using this link and let us help you design [...]

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What Are Rubelites?

Rubelite is the name of the pink to red colored hues of tourmaline. Tourmalines are semi-precious stones that come in a variety of colors.There are red and pink tourmalines in many subtle differences, which include a soft pink, a fine bright pink, an deep violet and a bold ruby-red. However, only a few of these [...]

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The Month of Peridots

For America's hottest month, there's quite a cool gem. The birthstone for August is the peridot.The origin of the name peridot is uncertain. The Oxford English Dictionary suggests an alteration of Anglo–Norman pedoretés, a kind of opal, rather than the Arabic word faridat, meaning "gem".The earliest use in England is in the St Albans Abbey, [...]

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