You’re the type of bride-to-be for whom traditional diamonds just won’t do. Colorful engagement rings suit you best, particularly ones with pink stones. After all, pink is not only inherently feminine, it’s often regarded as the color of a budding romance, which is perfectly fitting for the . . .
Some archaeologists believe that the heart shape as we know it today originated from a drawing of a woolly mammoth's life essence created on a cave wall in Spain more than 12,000 years ago. Others, such as mythologists, think the heart shape evolved from the ivy leaf, which was a symbol of . . .
Precious, powerful, mysterious, magical. These are just a few of the qualities attributed to sapphires over the centuries. Many have used this beautiful gem to allure, to command authority, to heal the afflicted or even to influence destiny. But no one has used sapphires for splendor quite like the . . .
Alluring amethyst, the pale violet to deep purple transparent variety of crystalline quartz, is the gemstone associated with February. The name amethyst is said to be derived from the Greek word amethystos, meaning “not intoxicated,” as the ancient Greeks associated the gemstone with Dionysus, the . . .
To behold a piece of Wallace Chan jewelry is to recall the famous words of American author Napoleon Hill: “Whatever the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Chan’s deep desire to express the fullness of his imagination has inspired an artistry and innovation so incomparable, you . . .