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A Tale of a Diamond Ring History

A Tale of a Diamond Ring History

Do you know your diamond ring history? Recently a client showed us a platinum and Old European-cut Diamond ring with a possibly unique family history. Our challenge was to create a wedding band to compliment the style of a ring that is almost 100 years old. The...
SHOP JEWELERS OF AMERICA

SHOP JEWELERS OF AMERICA

Jewelers throughout the ages have chosen gold for its beauty and ease of workmanship. But when purchasing gold jewelry yourself, how can you be sure you’re getting the quality you desire?  Make sure your retailer is a member of JEWELERS OF AMERICA! SHOP WITH YOUR J.A....
SHOP JEWELERS OF AMERICA

BUYING JEWELRY AND PEARLS

Pearls are one of the oldest known gems and have been revered by countless civilizations as magic charms, symbols of purity and love, and sources of wisdom and power. But when buying jewelry and pearls, how can you be sure you’re getting the quality you deserve? SHOP...
SHOP JEWELERS OF AMERICA

BUYING CUSTOM DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY

Rare and fascinating, mysterious and magical the diamond has ignited fires of romance and passion throughout history. But when purchasing a diamond, how can you be sure you’re getting the quality you desire when buying custom diamonds and jewelry? SHOP WITH YOUR J.A....

JEWELRY APPRAISAL

Insurance Appraisal or Sales Receipt – what’s the difference? Have you ever wondered why the dollar amount of an jewelry appraisal may sometimes be higher than the sales receipt from a jewelry store. A sales receipt will usually list generic items such as the date,...
DIAMOND AUTHENTICATION AUSTIN

DIAMOND AUTHENTICATION AUSTIN

Rapaport Certification Conference Tackles Synthetics Jun 25, 2014 9:00 AM By Rapaport News- written by Avi Krawitz – RAPAPORT… The annual Rapaport Certification Conference that took place at the JCK Las Vegas show highlighted that jewelers are responsible for the...
MOM’S OLD WEDDING RING

MOM’S OLD WEDDING RING

I recently read an online article from a well-known “Manners Guru” about how brides to be should accept “Mom’s” old wedding ring as her own. The “Manners Guru” basically suggested that the young bride should just “grin and bear it” and accept his Mom’s old wedding...