Blue sapphires are among the most highly valued gemstones in the world - prized for their vibrant hue and associating the gemstone with royalty, wisdom and protection. Whether you're a seasoned collector or simply curious about this beautiful gemstone, we reveal some of Dehres' stunning blue sapphires in our latest blog...
Christmas is just around the corner (time flies, doesn’t it?), so it’s a good idea to get started early on shopping for presents to avoid the trappings of the last-minute rush. If the question on your mind is, “what Christmas gift should I get?” then don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! We’ve put together a holiday gift guide to help you select just the right jewelry for the ones you love the most.
The House of Dehres is a widely recognized enterprise renowned in the world of diamond, gems, and high jewelry. But it is also so much more than that. Our mission remains: to elicit joy and awe through beautiful, rare, and artistic jewelry creations.
In this blog, we will delve into the Zion Family Favorites and what sets these chosen pieces apart.
If ever there was a season to be bold with colors and make a statement, it would be summer. As part of our summer celebrations, we wanted to share with you some fascinating facts about the most vibrant and spectacular stones we have in our collection, that radiate glorious summer colors.
In today’s technology-driven age, we often find ourselves plugged in at all times. We’ve become residents of a digital jungle, so to speak. It’s worth taking the time, however, to just detach from the daily digital grind, and remind ourselves of our roots and the one source of inspiration we have turned to since the very beginning: nature...
Why are some sapphires more valued than others? While our previous blog post sheds light on the various colors of Sapphires, from the most sought-after blues, pinks to oranges, this feature addresses the specifics that explain why some sapphires are valued more than others, exploring origin, heated vs. unheated and what Dehres has to offer.