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November Birthstones Topaz and Citrine

Explore the topaz and citrine, November’s birthstones, with these 18 karat yellow gold, white enamel button earrings set with citrine, topaz, amethyst, peridot and tourmaline. Read More >

Standout with Jade

Explore jade with this 18 karat yellow gold and jade ring accented with 0.7 carats total weight of diamonds and 6 carats total weight of tsavorite.
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hello fall!

Hello first day of fall! We’re excited to watch the green leaves turn all kinds of gorgeous reds, oranges and purples. Read More >

Cornflower blue Sapphire

The sapphire derives its name from the Greek word “Sappheiros,” which means blue stone. While sapphires come in a variety of different colors, it is traditional associated with the color blue. A sapphire engagement ring is a beautiful choice – since it’s the second hardest stone on the Mohs scale – or for everyday wear. The closer the color is to true blue, or what jewelers call “cornflower” blue, the more valuable the sapphire. Read More >

Jewelry as an Investment

True beauty and true quality can also be a true investment. Bill Noble recently outlined the gemstones he considers an asset class in an interview with Town & Country. Visit our showroom to explore jewels that serve as an asset class. Read More >