What can a Personal Jeweler do for you?
Unique custom jewelry designed by
Santa Barbara Personal Jeweler Calla Gold
"Calla Gold is the best! She has been designing jewelry for me for over a decade. Not only is she talented and trustworthy, she is a joyful person to be around!"
- Charla, happy customer
Solving problems for neglected or broken jewelry
“Calla has repaired, made and enhanced many of my rings extremely well. My Wedding Ring now has a special catch that makes it bigger to go over my knuckle. I love it!”
- Dee W.
Custom engagement rings that express your love
"Calla Gold is my personal jeweler and a friend for life. She really understands her clients...I love my ring more and more every day!"
- Lorrie Thomas
Custom wedding ring design for a lifetime of love and beauty
Estate jewelry and inherited jewelry revitalized or reimagined for a new generation
Fine Jewelry For Sale
Wide selection of stylish, classic and unique fine gold and silver jewelry. Call (805) 963-4157 to setup an appointment.
Fall in love again with your existing jewelry collection by organizing it
“I never hated a man enough to give him his diamonds back.” ~ Zsa Zsa Gabor
Zsa Zsa Gabor didn’t see much in the way of lead roles, but she certainly had her fair share of husbands. She has been married nine times and divorced seven of them (one was annulled). She has been married to her current husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, since 1983.
Besides her marriages and acting performances she was also known for her wicked wit. Here are some other fabulous one liners from Zsa Zsa Gabor:
Do Moissanites and Engagement Rings Mix?
Do I like it? Do I sell it? Read on and find out. What is this post about?
As a Santa Barbara Wedding Jewelry Designer, I’ve had more than my fair share of questions about Moissanite as an alternate to Diamond.
I’ll give you the history, what it is, the pro’s and con’s of Moissanite, and the advice on how best to select and buy it should you choose to go down the Moissanite path. Continue reading →
“There are worlds in opal.” ~ Terri Guillemets
In the Middle Ages, opal was considered a source of great luck because it was thought to possess all the virtues of each gemstone whose color was represented in the color spectrum of the opal.
~ Calla Gold