One of the advantages of precious stones (Emeralds, Rubies, Sapphires) is the undeniable saturation of the color. These earrings frame the face beautifully & have the unique ability to illuminate themselves no matter if your hair is down or up, or your coloring is light or dark. Gold & green is a classically stunning combination as illustrated here: At top we have our Medium Vine Earrings with Emerald rondelles & heart shaped briolettes. These earrings tend to elevate anything they're worn with! At the bottom we have our Emerald Drop earrings which feature larger pear shaped briolettes, a cut that's not easy to find with precious stones. These have a very elegant simplicity, great for dressing up or down.
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Jewelry from the Victorian Era (1837-1900) contained symbols that expressed a sentiment or meaning that the wearer wanted to convey. Common ...
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While going thru the images we'd set aside for our Engagement Ring posts (closing with Day 7 tomorrow) we couldn't help but be wowed...
Back to our engagement rings today with a big beauty. This early Art Deco (1920's) ring holds an incredible 1.35 carat center diamond - ...
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