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Consider Cobalt Wedding Bands!

Consider Cobalt Wedding Bands!

Cobalt wedding bands may not be traditional choices, but there are plenty of reasons why they should be on your list of options! From its performance properties to its stunning shine, here are four reasons to consider cobalt. Strong: Cobalt is significantly stronger that the metals that are traditionally Read More

November 5, 2013 | By More
Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Matching Wedding Bands: Beyond Plain Styles

Thinking about getting matching wedding bands? While you could go with traditional plain rings, brides and grooms seeking a coordinated look have options far beyond simple, classic styles. Braided wedding bands, hammered styles and Celtic looks are all excellent options for couples who want to celebrate Read More

September 27, 2013 | By More
Solid Rose Gold Wedding Bands: Three Takes on the Metal of the Moment

Solid Rose Gold Wedding Bands: Three Takes on the Metal of the Moment

Rose gold is one of the biggest trends in wedding jewelry at present; however this warm yet soft twist on a timeless metal is far from new. The Chinese, the Greeks and the Romans all had their own versions of this lovely pinkish metal, which isn’t exactly a surprise when you take into account how gold Read More

August 18, 2013 | By More
Wedding Rings—and All Apples of Gold Jewelry—at 10 Percent Off!

Wedding Rings—and All Apples of Gold Jewelry—at 10 Percent Off!

Have you been waiting for a good time to buy that perfect wedding band or engagement ring? Wait no more! Between now and Mother’s Day, Apples of Gold is giving you the chance to buy any of their jewelry, from vintage wedding bands to sleek modern solitaires, at a significant discount! Enter the Read More

May 5, 2013 | By More
Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Trinity Knot Wedding Bands in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Today is far more than a chance to show off your best green sweater—it’s the feast day of St. Patrick, a man known for spreading Christianity in Ireland. Trinity knot wedding bands, pieces that incorporate a meaningful Celtic knot, call to mind the same message of faith Read More

March 17, 2013 | By More
Pearl Bracelets for the Bride

Pearl Bracelets for the Bride

Brides and pearls go together like cookies and milk  -  quite deliciously.  As mentioned in last week’s article on Pearl Earrings for the Bride, pearl jewelry has been a wedding day tradition since weddings became lavish events in the Victorian era. The luminous, lovely pearl has long been a symbol Read More

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Pearl Earrings for Your Wedding Day

Pearl Earrings for Your Wedding Day

Other than diamonds, pearls are the most popular gem for wedding day jewelry. Not only are pearls beautiful and one of a kind, they have also long symbolized qualities that embody a woman on her wedding day. Since they have been used in fine jewelry for thousands of years, pearls have come to symbolically Read More

June 25, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
Pretty in Pink Pearls

Pretty in Pink Pearls

Unlike cultured pearls, natural pearls are made by the most pristine and indigenous of circumstances; they are not tempered by the works men, but crafted by nature. Apples of Gold’s All-Natural Freshwater Pink Pearl Earrings are hand-picked with the utmost attention in a generous 7 – 7.5mm pearl size Read More

January 18, 2009 | By | Reply More
Winter Wedding Style

Winter Wedding Style

When the weather outside is frightful, chase away the frost with a merry winter wedding. Though most brides opt for a wedding date in late spring or early summer, there are a multitude of good reasons to plan a winter affair. From the gorgeous décor possibilities to the merry season, here are our favorite Read More

December 4, 2008 | By | Reply More
Benchmark Wedding Bands

Benchmark Wedding Bands

When browsing for wedding bands the first attribute most consumers look for is comfort. It’s an important factor because a wedding band is like a component of your body, you have to wear it every day and it represents a pledge not only to your significant other, but also to God.  Apples of Gold Read More

November 20, 2008 | By | Reply More
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