Jewelry Without Walls Blog
I bought this beautiful antique knot ring online from England. The only problem was that it wasn’t my size. The merchant offered to have a local jeweler size it at my expense and then ship it. I said yes. I’ve just opened my package and I can’t stop crying, it is just ruined.
Why is my beautiful crisp knot now so blobby looking? Can you do anything? Can you tell me what happened so I never go through this again?
~ Melting in Tears
My brother has offered to make my wedding ring. He’s taking classes at the local City College and has a habit of starting and stopping things.
He tuned my car once and can I just kindly say, I didn’t have to sell it but…..
Anyway he’s my fiance’s best friend and that’s how we met and I’m freaking out because my fiancé suggested that it sounded cool to him. How do I make this not happen?
Am I being overly picky?
– Dear Miss Not Being Picky, Continue reading →
Stars, Eclipses and Meteorites Inspire Artists and Jewelers
Long before I became a jeweler I gazed into space at the stars. And was fascinated by heavenly phenomena. For a while I thought my dad was an Astronomer. It turns out he was an Astrologer. We didn’t live together, so I bonded with him at a distance by star gazing and picturing him doing research for NASA. Nope.
As a jewelry blogger I knew my blogger life would be incomplete without exploring jewelry from other space loving jewelers. I asked Lord Google to show me some examples of heavenly jewelry and I’ll share some of the space jewelry I found on my virtual search. Continue reading →