Marcial de Gomar  142 items


The Florida Keys, and particularly Key West, is one of the top two wedding destinations in the United States. At Marcial de Gomar’s Emeralds International located on Duval street in Key West Florida, you will find one of the largest and most impressive selections of natural emerald, emerald and diamond engagement and wedding rings under one roof. As a family owned and operated business, we are a specialty boutique specializing in these rare gems from Colombia, Zambia, Brazil and even the USA. Our emerald creations range from classic, contemporary, freeform and the unique and our full custom design studio will allow you to create exactly the design and gem combination you want. A Marcial de Gomar design can be  recognized by our signature 3 birds or the name Marcial de Gomar stamped on the jewelry. For over a half century, Emeralds International has been selling emerald and other color gems as part of their bridal selection while most other jewelers have been offering the traditional diamond sets. And while we cater to the traditional requests from our clients for diamond engagement jewelry, we have created a niche for being a color bridal specialist. Part of that range of color engagement rings include what was nominated as the world’s rarest gem in 2006, the extremely rare red beryl (sometimes called red emerald), the incredible corn flower blue Yogo sapphire from Montana and the fiery orange reddish hues of the Oregon Sunstone. Red beryl originates from only one source in the Wah Wah mountains in Utah with the only mining source now shut down and the Yogo Gulch mine also limited to what’s left in circulation. Looking for a loose cut emerald to set in a mounting, we got you covered. Our large selection of loose rough and cut emeralds of all shapes and sizes and price ranges is the perfect way to customize a design in your budget. If we don’t have the design or shape and size you’re looking for, we can certainly find it and help match you with the perfect ring for your special day.

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