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Choosing the Best Metal for Your Wedding Bands

Choosing the Best Metal for Your Wedding Bands

When you’re shopping for wedding bands, one of the first decisions you need to make is which metal you’d like your rings to be. But, how do you decide? Here’s the scoop on four popular metals to help you pick the one that’s best for you. Yellow, White and Rose Gold Gold is the most popular Read More

March 10, 2013 | By More
Tips for Buying Engagement Rings Online

Tips for Buying Engagement Rings Online

More and more consumers are turning every day to online purchasing. From holiday gifts to groceries, buying online is easy, affordable, and convenient. Even big-ticket items like furniture are being sought after online in droves. Even the biggest-ticket item men will purchase, the engagement ring, can Read More

May 31, 2012 | By More
Why is Platinum More Expensive than Gold Jewelry?

Why is Platinum More Expensive than Gold Jewelry?

There are several factors involved in pricing platinum jewelry vs. gold jewelry, from the obvious to the less obvious. The Metals Price of Platinum vs. Gold Platinum, as a precious metal, is normally valued much higher in the precious metals commodity market than gold. Whereas historically Read More

April 7, 2012 | By More
Keystone Pricing: How Jewelry Prices are Determined

Keystone Pricing: How Jewelry Prices are Determined

If you hang around jewelers or retailers long enough or are an avid jewelry shopper, you may eventually hear the words “keystone pricing” or “triple-keystone pricing” floating around. Such terms are sort of jewelers’ code words for their various pricing structures. So without getting too wordy, what Read More

April 2, 2012 | By More
Is it Safe to Buy Jewelry Online?

Is it Safe to Buy Jewelry Online?

It is an unquestioned fact nowadays that people today are shopping online for virtually everything–from books, flowers, chocolates, and wines to gardening tools, furniture, and household cleaners. Many are even turning to the Internet for such major purchases as wedding bands and jewelry. But is this Read More

March 29, 2012 | By More
Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior, we also acknowledge Christ’s suffering and death. Jesus’ truest purpose in coming into the world as a baby was to die for our sins as a man. The symbol of the cross is as important to Christmas as it is to Easter. Christmas shopping challenges Read More

December 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
Getting To The Heart Of Christmas

Getting To The Heart Of Christmas

As we prepare to celebrate Christ’s birth, we also celebrate the ones we love with tokens of our affection and appreciation. Heart jewelry reminds those on our list of our love for them and also makes a stunning reminder as the recipient wears the gift throughout the year. From heart-shaped pendants, Read More

December 6, 2011 | By | Reply More
Special Gifts Decrease The Season’s Stress

Special Gifts Decrease The Season’s Stress

When the materialism of our culture and the madness of Christmas gift giving threatens to overwhelm us, Christians wonder how to make Christ’s birth the true gift and joy of the season. Endless hours of shopping and wrapping followed by masses of gifts—much more than we need—might cause us to wonder Read More

November 30, 2011 | By | Reply More
Giving Thanks, Showing Gratitude

Giving Thanks, Showing Gratitude

While Thanksgiving isn’t traditionally a gift-giving holiday, many have chosen to take advantage of the day to recognize people they are grateful for. A special, unexpected token of appreciation on Thanksgiving also helps alleviate some of the present-packed craziness of Christmas. Thanksgiving, with Read More

November 17, 2011 | By | Reply More
Celebrating Veteran’s Day: U.S. Army & U.S. Navy Crosses

Celebrating Veteran’s Day: U.S. Army & U.S. Navy Crosses

November 11, the day we know as Veteran’s Day, marks the day in World War I when fighting ceased. Seven months later the Treaty of Versailles formally ended the global conflict. The following year, in 1919, President Woodrow Wilson declared November 11 a national holiday and a day to honor veterans, Read More

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