If you are an October birthday, you are one of the lucky ones! Opals are rich with color, lore and mystery and are one of the most globally treasured stones.
Jewelry trends come and go, but the way to always have style is by always incorporating classics. These five trends combine classic pieces with new or antique elements to keep things interesting. Give them a try to refresh your fall collection:
Happy Birthday, August babies! You’re one of the lucky ones – you have two gems recognized as your birthstone.
Upgrading your bridal jewelry – whether it be your engagement ring, your band, or both – can be an exciting experience for both you and your spouse. Some people hesitate to upgrade because of sentimental value or a bit of guilt, but we are big believers that you can upgrade while maintaining that sentimental value, and creating a new milestone for your marriage. We find that there are a few key times we see people upgrading:
Happy birthday to our July babies – and lucky for you, it’s the month of the ruby! In addition to July’s birthstone, rubies are the gemstones associated with the 15th and 40th wedding anniversaries.
Pearls are perhaps the most beloved gem of all, with history dating all the way back to 2206 BC. There are both natural and cultured pearls. Natural pearls are formed in the bodies of certain mollusks, while cultured pearls are created using human intervention usually in mollusks raised for that purpose. There are 4 types of cultured pearls based on their origin:
Our number one tip when it comes to creating a stunning ring stack is keep it simple! Here are 3 stacking tips we can’t get enough of:
Emeralds are the gem of the spring, making it the perfect May birthstone. It’s also the 20th and 35th anniversary gift stone. Emeralds are in the Beryl family – as are aquamarine.
Mother’s Day is less than two weeks away! We’ve got the perfect gift she’s been wanting – for all types of moms:
We know the feeling – being given something so incredible and beautiful that you never want to take it off. Most women feel that way about their engagement ring and wedding band. We hate to be the bearers of bad news, but there are a few times when you really should:
If you’re born in April, consider yourself one of the lucky ones. While others are getting other fabulous gems for their birthdays – you’re getting diamonds, the king of all stones.
Purchasing fine jewelry – including an engagement ring – can be fun, exciting and an investment. Chances are you’re either wearing the new piece, or giving it to someone special. The last thing you want to think about is something like insurance, but things happen and when they do, you’ll be so relieved you took the time to insure your new jewelry. Here are some tips on getting your new jewelry insured:
As seen on OvertheMoon.com, see the original article here. Originally stemming from ancient Egyptian tradition, the process of creating custom engagement rings has been adopted by cultures around the world for thousands of years. Since it’s arguably one of the largest purchases your significant other will make in their lifetime, it only makes sense that both the betrothed-to-be and the one proposing not only love the ring they’re creating, but also feel like they’ve had a significant role in the creative process.
What’s a jewelry appraisal and why do I need it?
Aquamarine, often just called aqua, comes from the Latin word for seawater and has centuries of lore behind it. Said to keep the waves calm and keep sailors safe, aquamarine is also rumored to keep marriages happy with its calming and soothing characteristics. Not only is it March’s birthstone, but it’s also the gemstone of the 19th wedding anniversary!
Purchasing an engagement ring doesn’t just entail picking out a pretty ring for your soulmate; it is a thoughtful purchase that is the beginning of the story of your life together.
Luxury watches are unique among the various items of menswear because they are the one accessory that is ubiquitously worn, both in formal and casual situations.
Are you packing for your dream vacation and wondering if you should bring your favorite pieces of jewelry? Here are some tips for traveling with your fine jewelry.