Have you had your fill of April showers yet? While we know from that famous little rhyme that May flowers are the result of the seemingly endless rain, most of us could still use a little reminder of the colorful blossoms to come when we’re faced with dreary days. A poppy piece of brightly-colored Read More
Spring is in full swing! Regardless of whether the weather in your neck of the woods is balmy or chilly, you can add a pop of spring beauty to your look with one of Apples of Gold’s floral-inspired gemstone rings! These lively pieces capture the beauty of the blooms of the season, and let you take Read More
For months your bridesmaids give their time, and probably a bit of their money, to help make your wedding day special. They deserve a big thank you and what better way to express your gratitude than with a gift of gorgeous jewelry? Pieces such as sterling silver rings and silver gemstone pendants are Read More
Wraps, swirls, twists, and curlicues—these are the engagement ring designs topping the list for 2011. The twist and swirl setting patterns, like the one shown here, help surround and crown your center stone, giving it the place of prominence it deserves. And while size isn't the most important factor Read More
Anyone who's ever been separated from a loved one knows how difficult that can be so when Apples of Gold received an email from SGT Morrow, who was deployed in Afghanistan, requesting a little help in finding his future fiance the perfect engagement ring, we were more then willing to help! Read More
Gemstone solitaire rings are among the most versatile pieces of jewelry. The beauty is in their simplicity, which gives them the ability to be worn with just about anything. Always on the lookout for great pieces of quality jewelry to offer to our customers, Apples of Gold is proud to introduce our eye-catching Read More
"And thou shalt set in it settings of stones, even four rows of stones: the first row shall be a sardius, a topaz, and a carbuncle: this shall be the first row" (Exodus 28:17).
Most scholars agree that the concept of birthstones had its origins not in the celestial sphere or the zodiac, but in the Read More