Everyone has at least one piece of fine jewelry they can’t go a day without wearing. It may be an engagement ring, a beautiful family heirloom, or a lovely necklace that was an anniversary gift. Whatever the item may be, you may unconsciously be damaging it with your daily routine.
It’s no secret that many brides-to-be are choosing to go a more untraditional route in regards to their engagement rings. The first notable example of gemstone engagement rings was Kate Middleton’s sapphire blue engagement ring. Since their engagement in 2010, the gemstone engagement ring trend hasn’t slowed down.
Thanks to the Internet, it’s never been easier to find diamonds and other fine jewelry. However, it’s important to know the risk of shopping for buying diamonds online before you buy, as your jewelry is an investment and should not be taken too lightly.
It’s the first month of the year, and already the biggest jewelry trend is making waves. Unlike the latest fashion trends in accessories like handbags and shoes, fine jewelry trends take a long time to emerge, where each piece is a major investment.
Turquoise is a beautiful and versatile gemstone that has been valued for centuries for its unique color and qualities. It has become more popular recently for its color and durability, and the fact that no two stones are alike.
Tsavorite or Tsavolite is a variety of the garnet group species grossular garnet. Trace amounts of vanadium or chromium is the reason for the beautiful green color. In some cases Tsavorite rivals the color of fine emerald, but is a more durable gemstone than emerald affording it more applications in jewelry.
If you’ve recently received a new piece of diamond jewelry, you have probably wondered if the diamond is real or not. It’s difficult to judge the quality of a real diamond without the right tools, but there are some at-home tests you can perform if you’re curious.
At Brittany’s Fine Jewelry, you can trust that all of our diamond jewelry has been sourced from the most reputable jewelry distributors and is of the highest quality.
In our industry, unfortunately, it happens many times per year. A client calls stating that they have lost a nice piece of jewelry, or worst yet, that their home was broken in to and their entire collection was stolen. In many of these cases, they find out too late that their homeowners’ insurance has very little jewelry coverage.