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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 >