November Birthstones – Citrine + Topaz

For the lucky ones born in the month of November, they get the choice of beautiful Citrine or stunning Topaz as their birthstone. Citrine is a stone of positivity, prosperity, and success. It’s a variety of quartz that ranges from pale yellow to brownish orange in color. It has often been referred to as the … Continue Reading

All About Sapphires – A Precious Gemstone and Birthstone

September is finally here and Virgo season is in full swing! If you were born in September, then your birthstone is a sapphire. Lucky for you, it is one of the most popular and valuable precious gemstones in history. Sapphire is also incredibly tough and durable. Beautiful sapphires are commonly used in high-end fine jewelry … Continue Reading

May’s Birthstone: All About Emerald

May’s birthstone Emerald is a natural gemstone that ranges in different shades of green. It is also the zodiac gemstone for Taurus, Aries, Gemini, and Libra. For centuries, Emerald has been a popular gemstone choice for jewelry. Today, it is still a popular gemstone choice for birthstone jewelry, engagement rings, anniversary presents, and handmade jewelry. … Continue Reading

Topaz and Citrine Warm November

Citrine and Topaz November is the one month out of the year that we focus on the things that we are thankful for. And we are so thankful for all of those born on this magical month. Citrine and Topaz have their own special way to heal and energize us in this weather. Citrine is a … Continue Reading

Come To Beadworks For Fresh Water Pearls

If you are in need of Fresh Water Pearls, you need to come to Beadworks. We often get asked if our Pearls are real. They are REAL! All of our Pearls are drilled to make them beads and they are all Fresh Water Pearls. These beads also don’t need to break the bank either. Beadworks … Continue Reading

Happy Birthday July Babies!

Here at Beadworks we have a beautiful selection of Gemstone Rubie’s. Some are Glass Filled and people tend to shy away from purchasing the glass filled Rubies because it doesn’t sound like a real stone. Myth busting fact: Rubies have small cracks in them and then the glass is melted and put into those cracks to … Continue Reading