The Vibrant World of Green - Inspired by Nature


The Pantone Color Institute recently announced its color for 2017 as “Greenery” A vibrant green with yellow undertones.


Greenery symbolizes new beginnings and is said to “evoke the first few days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew.”  

In a release, Pantone Color Institute executive director, Leatrice Eisenman said: “Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the hope we collectively yearn for amid a complex social and political landscape. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate, revitalize, and unite, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another, and a larger purpose."

Pantone calls Greenery “Nature’s neutral” a hue more prominently worn during spring and summer, but one they encourage people to wear as a statement color year round.

Already Seen on this Year’s Runways!

Leading fashion houses such as Gucci, Kenzo, Bagelencia, Michael Kors, Versace, Zac Posen, and Cynthia Rowley have already been using various shade of green in their collections.



“At New York Fashion Week, the designers were explaining how we live in this modern world where technology will always exist, but there’s this need to turn to design to go to the opposite side, to Nature” Pressman said.


Going Green at this Year's Awards Ceremonies


Image source GETTY


Image Source GETTY


Green Gemstones. There are numerous wonderful green gemstones around the world. Being perfectly placed in East Africa, Lapigems Gem Company is right in the middle of one of top areas in the world for colored rare gems, were we can cherry-pick the best of the best. We specialize in “The King of Green” Tsavorite, as well as Tourmaline , Grossular Garnet  and a fabulous new deposit of Ethiopian Emerald


Tsavorite - colors vary from a vivid, light to deep, rich emerald green color. It has a particularly amazing brilliance that cannot be compared with other green gemstones. The stone is becoming one of the trendiest garnets. This can be accredited to the fact that it is only found in the exclusively beautiful landscape, rich and varied wildlife found in Tsavo National Park along the Kenya and Tanzania border. 

Tourmaline – a truly fascinating stone. One of the only gemstones that exhibits the broadest spectrum of colors, occurring in various shades of virtually every hue, it can even be bi- or tri-colored. As there are so many different colors, different names have been given to the most popular, for example, Chrome for the intense green. We specialize in very fine, selected Tourmalines from Africa and being based at the source, we have the enviable opportunity to select out the very best rough as it is produced from the mines for our Private Collection. Our master cutters fashion them carefully to release their inner fire.

Ethiopian Emerald – Emerald is probably the most popular and well known variety of Beryl and of course its GREEN!. The most famous source is Colombia but a new Emerald deposit found in the Oromia region of Ethiopia is incredibly exciting. The color and clarity of some of the stones being found in these initial stages is extraordinary. Being based just over the border from Ethiopia we are right at the main source and are able to select out the finest pieces.

Grossular Garnet – A truly rare and stunning gemstone, very few people know about. Apple greens and minty greens. Cool, crisp colors. So beautiful and so unique.


Gorgeous Green Jewelry 

Some wonderful designs by our designer Sheelagh Zagoritis inspired by Nature. Click on each to see them in detail.

Green Gemstone Jewelry SEE Grossular Garnet & Diamond Ring SEE Tsavorite & Diamond Ring SEE Emerald & Diamond Ring SEE Tsavorite & Diamond Earrings SEE Tsavorite & Diamond Ring SEE Tsavorite Pendant

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