Stephen Silver

Stephen Silver Features Red Carpet-Ready Emeralds And Other Fine Gems!

Stephen Silver and his jewelry will be featured on the Oscars red carpet.

The name “Stephen Silver” may not mean anything to you, but this is a name that you should definitely pay attention to.

As Oscars season kicks into high gear, the world’s best fashions will be on display — and those fashions include some of the world’s most beautiful jewelry featuring exquisite gemstones.

And no one is better at showcasing the world’s most gorgeous emeralds and other fine gems than Stephen Silver.

Stephen Silver

Emeralds have always been one of the world’s most treasured and desired gems for thousands of years. It was believed that emeralds endowed the wearer of this precious gem with power, and were reserved only for elite monarchs, rulers, royalty and power players. Today, this precious and enigmatic gem still makes a powerful statement of style and elegance.

Stephen Silver

As one of the world’s foremost important color gemstone connoisseurs and gemologists, Stephen Silver has collected and curated fine emeralds from around the world for decades, seeking out exceptional emeralds of the highest quality for his custom jewelry designs. Each handcrafted emerald jewelry piece is fabricated in-house to exacting standards that are fit for royalty but are perfect for red carpet events, formal affairs, and elegant occasions of all kinds.

Stephen Silver

Stephen Silver is a Silicon-valley based GIA-certified gemologist, geologist, diamonteer, and philanthropist. Over the course of the last 39 years, Silver’s expertise in diamond and color gemstone cutting and jewelry design has helped him to cultivate a network of elite collectors and acclaim as one of the leading figures in the luxury industry. Over the course of his career, Stephen Silver has gained access to a number of history’s most important colored gems, including the famous, historic Cullinan Blue Diamond necklace, which he went on to purchase and donate to the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.

For more information about Stephen Silver, visit his website, and tweet us @Fuzzable with your opinions and love!

Written by Bernadette Giacomazzo

Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in The Source, XXL, HipHopWired, Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series. Find her online at http://www.bernadettegiacomazzo.com and http://www.longlivetheuprising.com

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