A blog about buying, selling and appreciating fine jewelry, diamonds, gems, gold, silver, and platinum engagement rings, wedding bands, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches and pendants.
History textbooks refer to the period from 1901-1910 as the Edwardian era. Named after King Edward VII of England, the Edwardian era featured long, straight, “S” curve dresses and large hats. In addition to women’s clothing, Edwardian jewelry was also particularly unique. Edwardian rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets were characterized by delicate yet elaborate filigree…Read More
There are a number of wedding-related traditions that have come and gone over the years. One that is still popular today is the exchange of wedding gifts before the bride and groom walk down the aisle. Shared between you and your loved one, this trade usually takes place the night before or the morning of…Read More
If you’re one of the millions of people who were parked in front of the television during this year’s Oscars, then you may have noticed some of the dazzling jewelry worn by Hollywood’s most notable celebrities. Diamond collar necklaces, solitaire pendants, and ornate statement necklaces were all on display as some of the world’s most…Read More
The Art Deco era is widely regarded as one of the most interesting and stylish periods in our history, particularly when it comes to accessories. Running from the 1920s to the mid-1930s, the Art Deco era was one of loud jazz, free-flowing alcohol and bold fashions. The women of the Art Deco era began to…Read More
NeighborhoodNews: Nobles Pond Sponsor Spotlight Biris Jewelers By: Meghan Stetzik Simply stepping onto the beautiful Persian rugs in the doorway and looking around at the wide variety of stones and styles on display, it’s easy to see why Biris Jewelers stands out. This is not your average jewelery store. Judy Biris and her brother, John,…Read More