Top Menu


Archive | William Noble in the News

William Noble Jewels Shine in PaperCity Magazine

Looking for vibrant jewels and animal jewelry designed by David Webb to give to your loved one this Christmas? Check “The Allure of Jewels” story in the December issue of PaperCity Magazine for our standout animal pieces as well as our gorgeous rose gold and coral earrings.

Pieces featured include:

Estate David Webb Tiger cuff accented with enamel, diamonds and rubies. Price Available Upon Request.
18 karat rose gold and coral earrings accented with 7 carats of diamonds and black onyx.
Cicada earrings by Melissa Spalten with 4.50 carats of multi-colored sapphires, 3 carats of tsavorite and 1.50 carats of diamonds.
18 karat rose gold Monkey ring set with 7 carats of white and brown diamonds and holding a 27 carat carved emerald
Read More >


Wiliam Noble Jewelry Stands Out in Patron Magazine

We’re thrilled to be featured in Patron Magazine’s Portrait of a Lady story with our 18 karat white gold, tsavorite and diamond earrings with 32 ctw. tsavorite and .75 ctw. of diamonds; our 18 karat white gold and diamond necklace with more than 61 ctw. of diamonds; and, our 18 karat white gold five-row diamond cuff bracelet with more than 10 ctw. of diamonds. Read More >


Modern Luxury Highlights William Noble’s Milestone Move

Thank you Modern Luxury for featuring our new store opening in Highland Park Village. “Dallas jewelry institution William Noble returns to street level in Highland Park Village, inviting new clients to become familiar with the iconic brand. The temporary address, designed by David Cadwallader, showcases William Noble’s collections of rare jewels, estate jewelry, essentials and statement pieces, as Cadwallader redesigns the new showroom slated to open in 2018, coinciding with its 35th anniversary. Nestled among other boutiques, this move encourages organic interaction with shoppers—so wander in after shopping next door at Ralph Lauren or Tom Ford, before having lunch at Honor Bar! Until the end of September, William Noble is donating 5 percent of sales to Hurricane Harvey relief. Mon.-Sat., 10AM-6PM, Highland Park Village” Read More >


Elite Traveler Highlights Our Carved Emerald Ring

Thank you Manon Crespi and Elite Traveler for highlighting our gorgeous emerald carved ring in your story “Rare and Beautiful: Carved Gems.” This emerald ring is made with 18 karat white gold, 6.35 carats hand-carved emerald, 7.19 carats cabochon emeralds and 0.72 carats in diamonds. For more emerald carved jewelry as well as coral carved pieces, story by our new (temporary) store in Highland Park Village. 5% of sales this month will go to Harvey relief. Read More >


Now is the time to Commission us for a custom-made gift for Christmas

Now is the time to commission us to design a custom-made gift for Christmas. Our in-house artist and designer Sam Zeigler designs jewelry and redesigns heirloom pieces. He’ll take you on a journey filled with art, charm and glamour. A while back he was featured in PaperCity Magazine to talk about his special craft. To meet Sam and create your own masterpiece, contact us or stop by the store. Read More >


Dallas CultureMap Picks William Noble for Where To Shop Now!

Where to shop in Dallas right now? At William Noble, says Dallas CultureMap: “William Noble is moving back to where it all began for the brand in Highland Park Village, until mid-2018 when its permanent showroom is ready. Until then, shoppers get to benefit from the store’s divine selection of rare jewels, estate jewelry, engagement rings, everyday essentials, and statement pieces. And for those who can’t make it into the store, the brand (which has now dropped the “Rare Jewels” from its name) has become the first Dallas-based luxury jeweler to launch an online shop.” Read More >


PaperCity.com features our new storefront

We sat down with PaperCity.com to talk about how we desire to be accessible to more people, the latest engagement ring trends, and our jewelry of course, which ranges from rare jewels to modern everyday pieces. Read it about it here. Read More >