Gemstone Engagement Ring Collection
Dare To Be Different
During the design process we work to build a ring that meets your aesthetic, or find a pre- made mounting that makes the gem look its best. In addition, we will try to learn more about the wearers lifestyle such that we can guide the client toward certain gem varieties or mounting styles that will hold up for the long term. Almost any gemstone can be worn in an engagement ring so long as the ring is designed intelligently and worn with enough care.
Gems We Carry
- RBlue Sapphire, Green & Teal Sapphire, Yellow Sapphire, Pink & Purple Sapphire
- RAfrican & Burmese Rubies, Star Rubies
- RColombian & African Emerald, Aquamarine, Morganite
- RPink Tourmaline, Green Tourmaline, Indicolite, Rubellite, Paraiba Tourmaline
- RAlexandrite, Chrysoberyl, Cat’s Eye Chrysoberyl
- RRed Garnets, Green Tsavorite & Demantoid Garnet, Rhodolite, Spessartite
- RAustralian White Opal, Lightning Ridge Black Opals, Ethiopian Crystal Opal
- RImperial Topaz, Pink Topaz, Treated Blue Topaz
- RAmethyst, Citrine, Ametrine, Rutilated Quartz, Agates
- RCollector Gems: Spinel, Tanzanite, Moonstone, Sunstone, Color Change Stones, etc.
Choice of Gemstones feel overwhelming?
This purchase is an investment in your relationship, and we want it to start on solid footing. We try to make it easy and educate you about your gem of choice along the way. When you buy a gem from FWC Jewelers, all of the details will be listed on the bill of sale. For any purchase over $1500, we will include a free lab report and appraisal on the item, such that you can insure it and that you can verify the veracity of our information.
Learn More About Our Gemstones
While little known to the general public is widely considered by gemologists to be the most colorful and diverse gem family. This is in one part due to the wide variety of colors the gem can come in: from red to blue, from green to black, and all shades in between. READ MORE…
The garnet family of gemstones is one of the most underrated in the gem world. For the last century jewelers stocked red garnets heavily as the January birthstone, and then forgot about them for the rest of the year. This was a crime! Garnets are an ideal colored stone for use in jewelry. READ MORE…
Sapphires are our best-selling colored gemstone family for two key reasons: 1) they come in every color of the rainbow and 2) sapphires are hard and tough enough to be worn on a daily basis- second only to diamonds in their hardness. READ MORE…
Emerald, aquamarine, and Morganite are the three most famous Beryls, but they come in rarer varieties too. The members of the beryl group make excellent jewelry due to the variety of colors, brilliance of the material, and the high 7.5-8 hardness. READ MORE…
Opals have captured the fascination of gem lovers since antiquity. The oldest known items featuring opals were found in ancient Mayan and Middle Eastern jewelry thousands of years old. In the middle ages opals found in central Europe became one of the most prized of gems. READ MORE…
The chrysoberyl (pronounced kris-o-bear-al) gemstone family is one of the most underrated in the jewelry world. Many people have heard of the “phenomenal” members of the Chrysoberyl family, like Alexandrite or Cat’s Eye, but these are just two members of a very beautiful and important gem group. READ MORE…
Vintage-Style Ruby Halo Engagement Ring$4,495
Custom Cushion Halo Ring with Color Shift Blue Spinel$3,950
Neon Reddish Pink Spinel & Diamond Bypass Ring$3,750
Natural Ceylon Sapphire & Diamond Star Engagement Ring$2,475
Brazilian Alexandrite & Trillion Diamond Ring- Full Color Change$5,995