Looking for a gem in a particular color to add to your collection and not sure where to start? Here’s our quick guide to five gemstones that comfortably sit within each of the hues of the rainbow.
Just click the links below each suggestion to have a browse of all the jewelry we have for that particular stone. There are 35 gemstones mentioned below – if you collect them all you’ll have an incredible jewelry collection. And there are plenty more stones to explore too!
A famous stone that displays an intense color and is known as the gemstone of love.
Very fine quality Tourmaline from a renowned mine in Brazil. Highly sought after.
TAROCCO RED ANDESINE
A small pocket of intense red Andesine from Inner Mongolia with an unmatched fiery glow.
One of the most famous red gemstones which can come in a wide variety of tones.
FOSSIL RED CORAL
A bright, deep, opaque red beauty where each individual piece contains unique natural patterns.
A bright orange gemstone with undertones of pink, yellow and red – a phenomenal look.
A rare variety of Opal that appears to have shimmering sunset colors locked within.
Amber is a fossilized tree sap from prehistoric times and each piece contains unique patterns.
Almost impossible to source in gem quality, this true treasure glows with a bright golden hue.
A very rare bright orange Garnet from Tanzania that glows like a stunning Serengeti sunset.
A clear, sparkly variety of Quartz that can range from light yellow to deep golden hues.
A shockingly bright gem is full of fire and brilliance, with the world-class provenance of Sri Lanka.
A slightly darker yellow variety of Quartz with a light brown undertone that resembles the drink.
A light yellow variety of the gem Kunzite. Appears to glow after exposure to the sun.
An exceedingly rare type of Sunstone from Oregon that has incredible and unexpected clarity.
A famous precious stone that was said to be favored by Cleopatra in Ancient Egyptian times.
A deep green gemstone that displays a shift in color to red under candlelight.
A striking deep green gem from Siberia that can only be mined for a couple of months a year.
A gemstone that embodies the greens of summer, with the finest grades coming from China.
A color change gem from Turkey that shifts from light olive green to bright soft pink.
A stunning one-locational gem discovered in 1967 that’s getting tougher and tougher to the source.
The gem of the sea once thought to be solidified mermaid tears. Elegantly light and bright.
An intense light, bright blue gemstone from which the name of the color is taken.
SWISS BLUE TOPAZ
A variety of Topaz with a color said to be similar to the sky above the Swiss Alps. Click here to browse and buy Swiss Blue Topaz.
The most famous blue gem of all, with a history stretching back thousands of years. Click here to browse and buy Sapphire.
A very regal gemstone with a long and fascinating history. A sumptuous variety of Quartz.
This true sparkler is like a mini geode, colored shocking purple, with flashes of other hues.
One of the scarcest colors of Spinel, this Tanzanian treasure is almost mined out.
From Madagascar, this delicately hued delight is a completely natural, sought after Sapphire.
This opaque rarity is the perfect mix of indigo and lavender and comes from Argentina.
The original evening gemstone, named after its discoverer, noted mineralogist G.F. Kunz.
A very popular, delicately hued whisper pink stone that was also discovered by G.F. Kunz.
Fascinating translucent variety of Quartz with a very soft, silky look. Works well in large designs.
MYSTIC PINK TOPAZ
A shockingly bright, remarkably clean Topaz with vitreous (glass-like) luster. Won’t go unnoticed!
A rare soft blush-colored variety of this famously colorless stone. Looks good in gold and silver.
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