White Gold v Silver Which is Better?

White Gold v Silver Which is Better?

This question comes up quite a bit and the answer isn't exactly cut and dry, which is why I created a handy graphic to help you decide. Factors like budget, style preference, and how often you'll wear the piece are important to take into account when choosing between white gold and silver. Depending on multiple factors like budget and style, one metal may make more sense than the other. Both...

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Eight Unique Gemstones to Wear

Eight Unique Gemstones to Wear

There are many gemstones available in the world and some are more common than others. Due to price, scarcity, and trends, many gemstones are commonly used despite alternative options available. These range from diamonds and sapphires to amethyst and topaz. If you're like me and enjoy more one of a kind pieces, here are either alternative gems that are unique and used in jewelry much less frequently. Larimar Hailing from...

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Help on Finding the Perfect Holiday Jewelry Gift

Help on Finding the Perfect Holiday Jewelry Gift

The holiday season is coming up and Thanksgiving is only a few days away (eek)! You might've already planned out your lists to catch sales during Black Friday-Cyber Monday events. However, there's also probably still a couple people left on your list that has you wondering what you should grab. Or if you're like me you haven't planned it out yet at all so suggestions are always helpful. Well, jewelry...

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What's Your Jewelry Style?

What's Your Jewelry Style?

Have you ever stopped to consider what your style is? We all have our own personal favorites when it comes to fashion and jewelry. For example, I love classic pieces because they're so versatile - you can easily mix them up with other trends or styles! Your style is as individual and unique to you, so it's hard for anyone to say what your personal favorite type of fashion or...

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Why Am I Turning Green From My Jewelry?

Why Am I Turning Green From My Jewelry?

I get this question a lot and the answer is relatively simple so let’s dig in. Copper is the prime suspect when it comes to your skin turning green. Copper is present in a lot of jewelry either in pure or alloy form. Brass and bronze are two main culprits, while sterling silver and lower karat gold can also cause green skin. The reason this occurs is because chemicals and...

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All About The Herkimer Diamond

All About The Herkimer Diamond

Despite the name, Herkimer diamonds are not diamonds. They are actually double terminated (pointed at both ends) quartz crystals. They’ve been named “diamonds” because they naturally have 18 facets creating that brilliant sparkling effect we see in diamonds. They are also unique because crystals rarely form with a double terminate.   History At over 500 million years old, these gems were found originally in Herkimer County, New York. Found in...

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How to Save Money When Shopping for Jewelry

How to Save Money When Shopping for Jewelry

If you're like most women, you enjoy buying jewelry. It's a way to express your personality and style, and it can be a lot of fun to find the perfect piece. But if you're on a budget, shopping for jewelry can be expensive. There are ways though to save money when jewelry shopping without compromising style or quality. Here’s some ways to save so you can get that perfect piece...

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5 At Home Tests to Determine If Your Gold is Real

5 At Home Tests to Determine If Your Gold is Real

Wondering about your gold? Purchasing gold jewelry is an investment. Gold jewelry is valued based on its karat content, with lower numbers (like 14k or 10k) meaning less gold and therefore less valuable than say 18k or 22k. When purchasing gold, it’s important to purchase from reputable jewelers. Not only are they transparent about their process and sourcing, but you’re also sure to get the real deal. But what if...

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