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recycled wedding gold
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While diamonds may be forever, using gold in wedding and engagement jewelry is also in vogue. Yet, there is a twist. More brides are looking to recycle their gold jewelry and create an entirely new piece. Not only is this a cost-conscious option for brides, it is also a highly eco-chic choice.  As th... read more

Baroque Pearls

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baroque wedding pearls
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While many pearl merchants once had the audacity to discard precious Baroque pearls, today, pearl aficionados and brides-to-be are finding perfect imperfection in Mother Nature's asymmetrical wonders. Baroque pearls, also commonly referred to as cultured freshwater pearls, are among the most unusual... read more
natural blue diamonds
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Natural colored diamonds have always held a special fascination for me.  They are extremely rare and also carry a price tag commensurate. Blue is the coolest color - the color of the sky, ocean, sleep, twilight. A pure blue is the color of inspiration, sincerity and spirituality.  What makes diamo... read more
pearl engagement ring
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South Sea and Tahitian pearls are great alternatives to classic pearls. Both types of pearls are exotic and are perfect for tropical destination weddings by the beach. While the most common Tahitian color is black (or a yummy chocolate hue), the pearls also come in silver-white, green and peacock colors, ... read more

Pearls of Wisdom

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Pearls are a natural choice for brides looking for timeless elegance. Unlike diamonds and other stones, pearls do not have to be cut and polished to perfection, they grow into it on their own.  For bridal, many gravitate toward the pale creamy or white colors. Pearls embody nature's beauty, my... read more