10 Vivid Gems Bring
Fall Colors to Life


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Color – the first of the 4Cs – is perhaps the most described characteristic in gems. From bright blues and steely greys to rich browns and fiery reds, gems come in many colors. The Pantone Color Institute, an arbiter of color for designers and fashionistas, selected 10 favorites for its fall 2013 color report. With exotic names like Acai, Samba and Mykonos Blue, these trendy colors are expected to dominate the fall season. 
 
But we think they look best in gems. 
 
The photo gallery above brings Pantone’s fall colors to life with gems that represent each shade. Explore vibrant pink sapphire, tourmaline the color of ocean waters and the 2013 color of the year: emerald. 

Learn More About Emerald

Why We Love
Explore emerald history, research, quality factors, and more in the GIA Gem Encyclopedia.
 
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Learn More About Garnet

Why We Love
Explore garnet history, research, quality factors, and more in the GIA Gem Encyclopedia.
 
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Learn More About Sapphire

Why We Love
Explore sapphire history, research, quality factors, and more in the GIA Gem Encyclopedia.
 
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