Tag: sterling silver and gemstone jewelry

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
Fall Color On Your Finger: Carnelian

Fall Color On Your Finger: Carnelian

When the temperatures begin to drop and the leaves are losing their green color in favor of reddish, brownish, and golden hues, we know that autumn is here. This Hammered Carnelian Ring in Sterling Silver in a piece that reflects the warm colors of the season and also conveys the bold, dramatic look Read More

September 17, 2011 | By | Reply More
New Product: Rustic Sterling & Amethyst

New Product: Rustic Sterling & Amethyst

This summer we are all about sterling! And nothing brings out silver’s shine like a colored gemstone. Amethyst is a favorite for its attractive and enchanting purple hue—a perfect complement to the summer color palette. Our rustic amethyst and silver pieces set enchanting amethyst stones in fine Read More

June 30, 2011 | By | Reply More
New Product: Rough-Cut Emerald

New Product: Rough-Cut Emerald

The rough-cut emerald is the new kid on the block this season. Set in silver, the cooler green says, “summer is here.” The rough-cut emerald is unique from its traditional emerald counterpart. The color, rather than the striking emerald green we’re used to, is a slightly more pastel shade—almost Read More

June 23, 2011 | By | Reply More
A Cross Between Amethyst And Peridot

A Cross Between Amethyst And Peridot

We’re rolling out our new summer pieces and nothing says summer like the subtle, sparkling violet of the amethyst stone and the golden green of the peridot. These fresh, gentle, nature-inspired colors can’t help but remind us of the lush trees, brightly colored flowers, and long sunny days of summer. But Read More

June 3, 2011 | By | Reply More
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