Heirloom Diamonds Reset in Sterling

By |2018-06-06T21:52:01-07:00January 15th, 2016|Blog Post|

These earrings were a larger project than they appear: Simple sterling droplet shapes appear to be "sprinkled" with the client's mine-cut tiny diamonds, yet every stone was an asymmetrical shape and each had to be custom fit and set securely into the silver.  The result is a lovely subtle glittery twinkle like stars in the night [...]

Custom Infinity Wedding Ring with Grandma’s Diamonds

By |2016-10-18T02:51:48-07:00October 23rd, 2014|Blog Post|

The traditional rhyme for what the bride should wear for good luck: "Something old, something new..." in this case is "Something old BECOMES something new!" Delivered in time for an October wedding, this custom 18k white gold Infinity Twist eternity band was designed to nestle naturally next to the engagement ring. The diamonds which are set [...]

Nouveau-Style Anniversary Ring with Superfit

By |2016-10-18T02:51:51-07:00September 3rd, 2014|Blog Post|

To celebrate a milestone anniversary, this couple arranged for a custom designed diamond ring with elegant flowing shapes found in Art Nouveau Style. In Fact: this ring was inspired by their own Nouveau collection!  18k gold swirls and sweeps around the oval center diamond and is accented and punctuated with diamonds from a family piece, [...]

Quill Collection, Delicate Droplets:

By |2016-10-18T02:51:57-07:00April 16th, 2014|Blog Post|

Like delicate diamond droplets in gold, these slender earrings are great for every day. Great movement and perfect size, three quarter inch long drops in 100% reclaimed/refined 18k gold with Certified Recycled white diamonds make them 100% great!

After-life of Clothes: behind the scenes

By |2016-10-18T02:52:31-07:00June 6th, 2012|Blog Post|

Recently, a thrift store professional told me what I think most of us don't know about the behind the scenes recycling of donated items: "Did you know that only about 50% of the items that thrift stores receive is deemed "sellable" and of that, only about 50% is actually sold?  What happens to all of [...]

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