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September 12, 2014 12:25:31 AM CDT

It begins with a first date...a first kiss...

Two people falling truly in love.


Leading to a deep emotional bond.

One day, they receive a truly priceless gift- The life of a child.

Lapidary Arts highly respects family values.

Working with precious metals and gemstones to create custom wedding jewelry that celebrates your


We are truly excited to express our happiness and gratitude for this photo from Jarrod and Erin Freeland! Wishing all of you happiness and joy—today and always!

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August 27, 2014 2:30:54 PM CDT

Enigmatic and intriguing Padparadsha sapphires immediately catch the attention of jewelry fans and gemstone lovers. Lapidary Arts introduces you to this exclusively beautiful gem.

Padparadsha sapphires are as rare and exotic as their name rightfully suggests. Originally these rare Padparadsha sapphires came fromSri Lanka. Today their deposits are also found inVietnam,Tanzania and Madagascar.The name itself comes from Sanskrit and means “like lotus flower”. Padparadsha sapphires are delicate pinkish orange in color, and vary in tone and hue. They are usually cut in oval and cushion shape but emerald cut is also quite common.

The most rare Padparadsha sapphires are truly natural and have never been artificially treated. However, these gemstones are often heat treated to enhance their color-which may not be visible at all. 

Natural Padparadsha sapphires are extremely difficult to find. This explains the quite significant price these sapphire jewelry items fetch on the market. For instance, a magnificent 20.84-carat Padparadsha sapphire was sold for $374,400 at Christie’s in June, 2005. The largest fine Padparadsha sapphire of 100.18 carat is displayed in New York’s Museum of Natural History.

It is believed that Padparadsha sapphire has magical properties. It is believed that it helps its owner to stay young and beautiful. The gemstone symbolizes true friendship, honesty and purity of thoughts.

Lapidary Arts Jewelry store carries a fine selection of beautiful and exotic Padaradsha sapphires. These unique gemstones are available for you to be made into exclusive custom design jewelry.

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August 4, 2014 2:19:49 AM CDT

You are planning your beautiful wedding, the happiest day of your life? Whether it is going to be a big party or a quite family gathering, everything should be perfect, every little detail. One of the most important details of your perfect wedding is wedding rings. They are a symbol of your love and devotion to each other.

Today you can choose from an endless variety of wedding bands. Different stones and material are readily available to you. Lapidary Arts Custom Jewelry and its team advise to settle for a wedding ring set. It celebrates your love and union.

A wedding band set consists of two rings – one for her and one for him. They are made of the same materials and have similar gemstones. They also match in style and design. Matching rings symbolize you eternal love.

Wedding rings are usually worn on a daily basis, so you need to choose carefully. Think about your lifestyle - what you usually wear, what jewelry you prefer – and your needs. Today you can choose any design that suits your liking. Wedding bands vary in style from classical to modern – and everything in between. Traditionally diamonds are used to decorate wedding rings. However, you can choose any other gemstone or decorate your rings with engravings. Note that today both women and men have more choice than ever before. Lapidary Arts specialists are happy to help you choose the perfect design.

If you want something special, Lapidary Arts suggest getting your wedding rings custom-made. Custom design jewelry is unique; it is one-of-a-kind product made to fulfill your wishes and needs.

Lapidary Arts team could make a perfect pair of wedding rings just for you.

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Burning Stone

July 30, 2014 2:58:00 AM CDT

"Thousands of years ago people were fascinated by the extraordinary, inexplicable properties of the golden pebbles found on beaches and in coastal forests. The stone burnt when cast into the fire, exuding a pleasant resinous smell and aromatic smoke, and, when rubbed, attracted various small light items towards itself as if by magic”

from The Great Book of Amber by Elzbieta Mierzwinska


“Tears of the Sun”, “Gold of the North”, “Burning Stone”, and “Sea Gold” – these are all different names for amber, a unique honey-colored gemstone.

It has a long history. Amber has been used in jewelry since the Stone Age. Amber ornaments and decorations have been found in Mycenaean tombs and all across Europe. Endowed with magical properties, the gemstone is believed to bring prosperity and good luck to its owner. It is also said to protect against the evil eye. Ancient people worshiped amber as a piece of the sun fallen to Earth. In the Middle Ages the gemstone was so expensive that a mere handful would make you wealthy as a king.

Amber is one of the few precious substances on earth that we consider a gem and use in jewelry making which is not of mineral origin. Amber is highly valued as a gemstone for its variety of color and natural beauty. It appears in 256 identified shades-from a nearly black brownish-red, orange, green, yellow & cream to white and very rarely, even blue & tints of violet.

About 80% of the world’s amber comes from the Baltic region. Blue amber, a version that has a distinct and lovely blue cast, comes only from the Dominican Republic. Some regions within the United States also produce amber, including deposits in California and Kansas.

Amber is the lightest weight & softest of all gems. Its golden transparency lends it a quality which even diamonds do not share. For the artisan it provides a remarkable medium to work with and create some of the most beautiful objects. Often paired with silver, amber jewelry ranges from delicate earrings to large, chunky statement pieces worn as necklaces or bracelets. The soft gem also lends itself to carving into ornate shapes. No two amber pieces are identical.

 One of the most exciting and interesting aspects of amber are the inclusions which are found within it, both flora and fauna. The gemstone can serve as a window into history and provide scientists and amber-lovers with a glimpse of the past ages.

There are some unusual and extraordinary things which infrequently turn up in amber. Occasionally a small lizard will be found, trapped and encased in amber, particularly from the Dominican Republic deposits. The American Natural History Museum has a famous example of a 25,000,000 year old gecko.

Rick Otte has a number of amber stones with some very interesting inclusion at his Lapidary Arts store. These unique pieces could be turned into one-of-a-kind designer jewelry. Visit our store and choose your own piece of the Sun.



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Lapidary Arts Go Mobile!

July 9, 2014 11:34:57 PM CDT

Lapidary Arts Custom Jewelry has introduces our new mobile app! The application is available for download at the App Store https://itunes.apple.com/app/id890206730 and works with iPhone and iPod touch.

Lapidary Arts has the finest selection of rare and beautiful gemstones found in theDallas–Fort Wortharea. Our stock includes diamonds, sapphires, rubies, emeralds, opals, pearls, topaz, tanzanite, and many other exotic gems. They come from sources as diverse asAustralia,Japan,Colombia, Africa,Russia, and other countries from around the world. Custom jewelry design is made easy with such a wide choice of perfect materials.

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June 18, 2014 7:15:40 AM CDT

Engagement is a very special and exciting moment of your lifetime. Every detail of it should be flawless. And presenting an exquisite engagement ring is without a doubt one of the most important parts of this moment. Engagement ring is a promise of love and happiness, a symbol of faith and devotion.

Lapidary Arts Custom Jewelry is at your service to help you choose or create the best engagement ring. We are here to assist you at finding the ring your bride-to-be will love! Usually engagement ring is worn continuously, for a long time. So it should fulfill you dreams and whishes while suiting your individual style.

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Tourmaline Summer!

May 26, 2014 8:31:39 AM CDT

It is almost summer – sun is shining and the air is super warm! It is high time for something bright and radiant as the sun itself but at the same time light and cooling as a fresh breeze.

Today we’d like to tell you about Tourmaline.

Tourmaline is considered a semi-precious stone. Its beauty lies in the fact that it comes in a wide variety of colors. Tourmaline stones originate on Sri Lanka. The name itself comes from the Sinhalese word ‘Turmali’ which is a general name for gemstones.

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Did you miss us?

May 26, 2014 8:20:32 AM CDT

It’s been a while since we last met! Lapidary Arts has been busy picking up best gemstones for you, cutting and polishing them so you can choose and create your ideal custom jewelry piece.

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Happy Easter!

April 21, 2014 7:10:01 AM CDT

Lapidary Arts Custom Jewelry team wishes you Happy Easter!

Tradition of decorating eggs for Easter has a long history. There are hundred ways of painting and ornamenting them. Fine jewelry could also be Easter-special.

Probably the best-known example is Faberge eggs. The most famous “Imperial eggs” were made by Peter Carl Faberge and his company for the Russian Tsar family. Intricately decorated, they often contained a surprise – something like a fine piece of jewelry hidden inside.

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Peridot fine jewelry

April 18, 2014 3:04:34 AM CDT

Peridot is a quite rare natural gemstone with a wide range of color – from light to golden yellow to deep green. In the old times peridot was called “an evening emerald” for its brilliance and beauty. It is said the gemstone possesses unique magical properties that help its owner to concentrate and read the future.

Lapidary Arts offers you a wide selection of fine custom jewelry with peridot. Visit our store or browse our catalogue at http://lapidaryartscustomjewelry.com/jewelry.html?stone_type=28 

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