Antique or Inherited Jewelry
What to do with inherited jewelry? When Debra was fifteen years old, her mom died. The one piece of jewelry she had from her mom was a small gold wedding band. Through marriage, kids, and travel, Debra always kept it with her. Of all her possessions, this ring from her mom meant the most.
When Marnie was young and the mother of two toddlers, her Great Grandmother died and she inherited her antique diamond wedding ring. It had a beautifully cut center diamond that was significantly larger and more sparkly than the one in her wedding ring.
Love has a Symbol and it is a Wedding Ring Aaron calls this photo, “The Best Day of My Life.” My heart melts. There’s nothing this Santa Barbara Jeweler likes more than working with people in love.
This is a story of how diamonds from Kelly’s grandmother with love, turned into a beautiful wedding set for Kelly and James. Kelly called me because she had a unique need, heading toward her wedding. She had two rings from her grandmother that she’d been given and wondered how to use them in her wedding…