Here are some tips for wearing winter jewelry such as a long necklace, drop earrings, or a simple pin or brooch on a scarf.
Sterling Silver Jewelry
How to Buy Jewelry Like a Jeweler
For years I owned a chain of luxury jewelry stores in one of the wildest, most flamboyant, most duplicitous jewelry markets of them all: Dallas, Texas. With Valentine's Day coming up, I will tell you what sort of jewelry scams are popular throughout...
Diamond Week: How to Clean Your Diamond Jewelry
Today is the official start of our Forevermark Diamond Week! We're excited to see all the latest diamond designs from our Forevermark designers, like Memoire, Ritani, A.Link and A. Jaffe. But while all these diamonds are at their glittering best right now, all good diamonds will need some sparkling up after they've been worn for a while. These days there seems to be lots products and solutions to clean your precious diamond jewelry. We’ve seen everything from liquid solutions and soaps to sprays and even cleaning pens. So what is the most effective way to clean your diamond jewelry at home and let it sparkle like it once did?
The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles
When I was a child, I was told it was ugly to speak about money. Especially, as I understood much later, in the cultural world.
What are my coins worth?
Coins are a hobby that is economics supply and demand so, it depends how many pieces are made. And then it also depends on how many people want to buy that c...
Tips from Jewelers Mutual: Traveling with Jewelry—What No One Warns You About
Wearing jewelry to complement an outfit is often a fashion must. We try not to leave home without it! Even when traveling, we want to bring a few special pieces along for the trip, especially engag…
How to Care for Gold Jewelry
Are your trinkets tarnished? With this easy primer, you can make sure all that’s gold glitters once more.
Discover the Pearl In You
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How 3D printed bridal dresses are changing the face of wedding fashion
Forget silks hand-sewn by Parisian couturiers. These bridal gowns from China came out of a 3D printer. Unveiled at a technology show this weekend, could the dresses change the face of bridal fashion?