Thursday, October 31, 2013
This lovely ring is one of the nicest examples of a Mabe Pearl we've come across. Mabe pearls are semi-spherical cultured pearls. Instead of growing inside the body of the oyster, these pearls grow against the inside of the shell. This process causes Mabe pearls to have a flat side, as opposed to being relatively spherical like standard pearls. The unique nacre of the Mabe oyster allows for hues that are quite brilliant and rainbow-like which this pearl has in spades. This type of color is what brings the value to Mabe pearls in addition to their superiority in texture and luster. Add to all that the elevated scroll work of this ring & you've got something quite special.
Monday, October 28, 2013
Monday, October 21, 2013
To start off the week we thought we'd share some new photography! Hoping to have all the pics posted to the site by the end of the week in our ongoing effort to keep the online shop up to date. Keep an eye out as there are a bunch of new styles & colors being added for the season..
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Let's get this out of the way - this ring is incredible. Wow! Snake rings have been all the rage for the past few years but this one just might trump them all. This original Victorian stunner was restored with a large, brilliant .80 carat antique diamond for the head & two sparkling rubies as eyes. The serpentine grace (and power) of this ring cannot be underestimated as it winds it's way around your finger. This will be in Cambridge as of this weekend for anyone looking for a fail-safe gift for themselves or a beloved. If ever there was an object of lust & envy, this is it.
Friday, October 11, 2013
*These gorgeous sisters are great people & great customers. They did the Q & A prior to a couple major life events - one havin...
A soundtrack for February (* with lots of Prince to keep you warm ). Enjoy! -RBJ
If you're considering a proposal there's no better time to come in & see what beautiful rings we have on offer and to get a jump...
Valentines Day is just about upon us! Along with lots and lots of snow. If you were hoping to making it to the shops to take advantage of ou...
Jewelry from the Victorian Era (1837-1900) contained symbols that expressed a sentiment or meaning that the wearer wanted to convey. Common ...
A really nice unsolicited note to our Cambridge manage from customers we worked with on their wedding jewelry. Honestly, beyond the creativ...
Some beautiful photos a couple of our Cambridge customers were nice enough to share with the note below - our warmest congratulations to t...
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