Archive for the ' Diamonds ' Category

Oct 22

Broken Nails and Jupiter To break a nail, ladies, is never good. To break a diamond…even less so. Nails grow back relatively quickly. Diamonds…not so fast. Hmmm, actually not at all. Believe me, I’ve seen plenty of chipped diamonds. In this post I am going to suggest six actions you can take with your chipped diamonds. […]

Sep 10

Inspiration Strikes Every Day, Bracelet, Pin and Ring Re-Purposed When my jeweler friend Link Wachler of Link Jewelry Designs shared this epic project of creating four gift necklaces from the jewelry left to his client I was wowed. Many of my clients show me jewelry like this that they are not wearing. I’ll admit, when […]

Aug 6

White Sapphires vs Diamonds? I could make a case for setting white sapphires in wedding and engagement rings. Then again, I could make a much stronger case for using diamonds. Both white sapphires and diamonds are rare and valuable and each is steeped in rich history. They’re both great gems. However only of these gemstones […]

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: […]

Oct 23

Let’s Talk About Diamond Cut In this post, ( third in the 4 C’s series), I will  give you an overview on what you need to know about diamond cut. This should help you keep the confusion away while you’re shopping for your diamond. I’ll get technical with how to read the diamond grading report, […]

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