Posts in Jewelry


Women in Jewelry - Charlotte Lynggaard, Creative Director at Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen

“A major source of inspiration is always life’s many contrasts,” says Charlotte Lynggaard, Creative Director at OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN. Her father, Ole, began the company in 1963. At that time, the jewelry business was driven mostly by men. Quite a contrast, indeed.

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Why is June's Birthstone One of the Most Sought After Today?

It’s a gemstone, that’s not really a stone at all – geologically speaking. But, the pearl is certainly rare, and undeniably beautiful. Years ago, it was associated with formal events and nights of elegance. Those days are past, and pearls are being worn just as much with casual and everyday wear as anything else.

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The Mission of Robert Procop: Finding Impossible Gems That Do Good

It’s easy to say gems are rare. Of course they are. A precious stone would not be precious, if it were not rare. The gems in this story are not rare. The rare story is Robert Procop’s. A collector with the heart of a philanthropist. A dealer, with the burning need to help. He could be the most famous jewelry designer you’ve never heard of.

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Fit for a Princess: A Look at the British Royal Family's Engagement Rings

Recently, we’ve seen a more and more couples visit our stores in search of non-traditional engagement rings – from sapphires to emeralds to rubies and more. While this may seem like a recent trend – in jewelry, as in fashion – what goes around comes around.

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