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Summer Cocktail Ring

This 18 karat yellow gold, 21.00 carat oval shaped turquoise accented with 0.61 carats total weight of round brilliant fancy brown and white diamonds is perfect for summer and available online.
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Spring 2017 Jewelry Preview: Crosses

Religious symbols, like the cross, were spotted on the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2017 runways. Stop by our showroom to explore our beautiful cross collection that includes historic antique crosses, bejeweled pieces and beautiful gold and diamond crosses. Read More >

New Years Resolution: Treat Yourself

If December is all about giving to your loved ones, than January is all about treasuring you. Treating yourself to a beautiful and timeless piece of jewelry is a wonderful way to start the New Year.
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Antique Turquoise Cross

We love this antique turquoise English cross, designed in 1880, and set in yellow gold and silver. The cross was designed around the end of the Victorian Era when symbolism, vibrant color and religious symbols, like crosses, were popular. Stop by to explore our historic antique cross collection. Read More >

Bright Colorful Pieces

Summer is a perfect time to add bold bright colors like pinks, yellows, blues and green to your look. Explore turquoise, sapphires, emeralds and yellow diamonds in different shapes and metals. Read More >

Turquoise for Summer

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 >

December Birthstones Wish

The month of December has two birthstones, the Tanzanite and Turquoise. Apart from their blue appearance, which is very fitting for the cooler season, these two gemstones have very little in common. The Tanzanite has an interesting backstory. It was discovered in Tanzania in 1967, and to this day, it has not been found anywhere else but there. The stone was brought to Tiffany & Co. who named it Tanzanite after its country of origin, and, in turn, brought the stone to the market. Turquoise, on the other hand, has been mined since 3,200 B.C. While, in this country, Turquoise is immediately associated with Native Americans who used the gemstone for their ceremonial dress, Egyptians are also known to have done the same thousands of years ago. Read More >