San Francisco Jeweler Union Street Goldsmith Now Offering Fancy Colored Sapphires
Union Street Goldsmith, Jewelry, Accessories
Serving as a custom jewelry store in San Francisco since 1976, Union Street Goldsmith introduced its newest collection: fancy colored sapphires. Along with fine blue sapphires in a variety of tones and hues, Union Street Goldsmith's large collection of sapphires includes vibrant oranges, vivid pinks, teAl Greens and golden yellows.
"Union Street Goldsmith has the largest collection of fancy colored sapphires I've seen in the Bay Area," appraiser Sandra Soklin said.
These gorgeous sapphires are one of the hardest colored gemstones, making them ideal for everyday wear. In addition to the many rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and pendants that feature the fancy colored sapphires, Union Street Goldsmith also has loose stones available. The custom jewelry store specializes in custom designs for engagement rings and other pieces using platinum, white, yellow and rose gold.
Union Street Goldsmith also features rare types of phenomenal sapphires, such as color-change, bi-color and star sapphires.
"One of the new collections of colored sapphires we have features clusters of multi-colored gems pave set in sterling silver. This new line is very affordable, making it ideal for gift giving," Summer Anderson of Union Street Goldsmith said.
For more information about any of Union Street Goldsmith’s products or services, call 415-658-9315, view the diamond ring store on the Web at http://www.unionstreetgoldsmith.com or visit 1909 Union St. in San Francisco.
About Union Street Goldsmith
Union Street Goldsmith is a San Francisco custom jewelry store that specializes in engagement rings, diamond rings, wedding bands, 22-karat gold, platinum, pearl necklaces and jewelry repair. Glenda Queen and Terry Brumbaugh founded Union Street Goldsmith in the Marina District of San Francisco in 1976. They have been jewelers so long that they are now creating engagement rings and wedding bands for the children of couples whose rings they made decades ago.