True love is rare. The gemstone that honors that unique bond should be too. And, we have it right here. A rare gemstone called “danburite”. Danburite is a collector’s dream gem that is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to mined diamonds. First discovered in 1839 in Danbury Connecticut by Mr. Charles Upham Shephard (1804-1866), an eminent American mineralogist, danburite is one of the few naturally-occurring white gemstones.
Other small gemstone quality deposits of danburite have been found in Bolivia, Burma, Japan, Madagascar and Russia. Due to its exceptional transparency, clarity and brilliance, danburite is often used as an affordable and conflict-free alternative for diamonds, but you can afford a much larger stone. The Danburite Five-Stone Ring features oval cut danburite gemstone set in rhodium-finished sterling silver. Out of 7.6 billion people in the world, you found her. Why not celebrate with a gemstone as rare as finding true love.