Archive for the ' Antique or Inherited Jewelry ' Category

Nov 26

A Gift of Loving Jewelry, Neglected Your beloved Grandma Lowena passed on. You are past tears and you are moving on with your life. Your lawyer Mr. Pender has given each of the family members pieces of her jewelry. You received her soldered together wedding set and clip-on pearl earrings. Hmmm, now what? You can’t […]

Jul 28

Are You Wondering Where to Shop for Your Engagement Diamond? On occasion a client asks me about diamond shopping at pawn shops vs. diamond shopping with a jeweler, so I decided to write this to answer most questions you may have.  Let me start by showing you all this interesting exchange I got from DiamondReview.com: […]

Feb 5

Delicate, Small Sized, and Seemingly Unwearable Tansy was a finger size eight, and her grandmother had been a size four-and-a-half. When she inherited her grandmother’s diamond eternity band six years ago, it was clear that she wasn’t getting it onto her finger without a little help. “This ring is so beautiful,” Tanzy told me over […]

Dec 4

Pat’s Jewelry Loving Grandma Lolly “I have seven pieces of inherited jewelry from my Grandma Lolly that I never wear,” Pat said to me one day. “My challenge to you is to design a brand new custom piece of jewelry using all of the old diamonds from my Grandma.” “Yes!” I love a good challenge! […]

Nov 20

Inherited Older Diamonds and Older Diamonds by Choice Morgan loved older cut diamonds and when Randy started pointing out perfectly cut round diamonds and asking her what size she liked, she was not into it. “They’re too glittery and perfect.” She said to Randy. “Do want one of those rough ones?” He looked dubious. “No, […]

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