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M. Spalten Jewelry at William Noble

The designer behind M. Spalten is Melissa Spalten who grew up in South Texas. Her designs are elegant, vibrant and sometimes playful featuring a wide array of precious and semi-precious gemstones. Explore her stunning collection created for the modern woman at our store in Highland Park Village.
As seen in PaperCity Magazine: Cicada earrings with 4.50 carats of multi-colored sapphires, 3 carats of tsavorite and 1.50 carats of diamonds. Read More >

Roar for David Webb Lion Head Earrings

David Webb is well known for his beautiful animal jewelry design and these earrings are no exception. These gold lion head earclips are made with white enamel and cabochon emerald eyes. Read More >

Crazy for Katy Briscoe’s gold spirals available for purchase online

One of our favorite designers is Houston-based jewelry designer Katy Briscoe. She began her career in jewelry while attending Texas Christian University and working in a local jewelry store in Fort Worth. She then spread her wings with jobs at Fred Joaillier Paris and one of our other favorite designers, David Webb. While working at David Webb she decided to branch out on her own, moving back to Texas and starting her own full service jewelry company. We carry many of her gorgeous pieces, and some are also available for purchase online at our website Do explore her website as well to discover her beautiful “nature collection” of lamps and home décor pieces that will take your breath away, at Read More >

The Key to Her Heart

Every charm has a story. Designer Monica Rich Kosann is driven by one question: “Can a woman give this piece of jewelry to her daughter in 20 years.” Her timeless designs can be passed on from generation to generation without losing its charm, pun intended. Read More >

Henry Dunay Brooch

The legendary American jewelry designer Henry Dunay was born in 1935. He began his jewelry career running errands for jeweler Rudolph Cacioli in New York City as a teenager. While there he quickly transformed into an extraordinary jewelry designer. He founded his own jewelry design company at age 21 in 1956. He’s won more than 50 awards, including the De Beers Diamond International Award and is best known for perfecting a brushed gold technique called sabi. Nowadays, Henry Dunay designs one-of-a-kind jewelry under a new name H.D.D. Inc.

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Inspired by Art Ball 2016’s Theme Art+Architecture

This year’s Dallas Museum of Art Ball will be held on Saturday, April 23. It’s an important event because the funds raised at Art Ball impacts the DMA’s commitment to provide free access to its collections and exhibitions. We’re art lovers and always inspired by what our local art community is up to. The theme of this year’s event is Art+Architecture. To get into the spirit, pair Katy Briscoe’s gold spiral earrings, reminiscent of Byzantine columns, with your Evening look. Read More >

Vintage Highlight: Tiffany & Co.

More and more of our clients come to us for signed vintage jewelry. They love our vintage pieces because it stands for timeless chic. It’s also a desired collector’s item, like this brilliant Marquise Tiffany & Co. diamond ring.