For the ultimate hostess gift this Thanksgiving, explore our objet d’art collection, which includes this David Webb horse. Read More >
Beautiful carved coral to welcome summer! Read More >
Timeless enamel is shining boldly this summer. Recently Town & Country and National Jeweler pointed out that this old world technique is having a modern moment. Colorful enamel is chic and timeless. It also pairs well with a wide range of looks, from casual to dressy.
While turquoise, in modern times, is associated with the Southwest, it derives its name from the French word for “Turkey’s stone.” The Turks were the first to trade the mineral with Europe during the 1700s. But turquoise has been a powerful gem for centuries. Ancient Egyptians, who valued bright colorful jewelry, decorated burial masks and tombs with turquoise. Read More >
Get in the mood for summer with this beachy coral starfish brooch. Read More >
Summer is the perfect time to search for magical dragonflies. Read More >
Explore moonstone, one of June’s birthstones, to celebrate the new moon and fresh starts. Read More >
We’re inspired by Dallas Blooms, the Dallas Arboretum’s annual floral festival with its theme “The Artistry in Nature.” There is just a couple more days to visit the exhibit!
The dragonfly is the symbol for change. In this ever-changing world we’re reminded by the words of Gandhi to “be the change you wish to see in the world.”