The Cupcake Ring
The @cupcakering is a modern take on a classic diamond eternity band designed specifically to be as beautiful as possible while being truly durable enough for everyday wear.
Pearls : The Different Types
These rare pearls are generally black, but individual gems can display shades of grey, blue, green, or purple. Like other varieties of pearl, they also include common overtones. These pearls can take on overtones of steel, blue-green...
Know your Metals
For allergy reasons, there are some alloys that many people cannot wear. However, knowing the type of metal in a piece of jewelry is also helpful in letting you know how to take care of it. Not all metals are created equal, especially when it comes to jewelry.
The 4 C's: A guide to diamond classification
The Gemological Institute of America created the 4 C's we know today in the the 1940's. The 4 C's are: Carat, Color, Clarity, and Cut.
Why Are Some Pendants Stationary?
There are several different reasons why this may be. When you fix a pendant to the chain, you situate it in the center, with the complete clasp on the opposite...
Why Are Some Rings Two Tone?
You’re looking for a ring made of non-white metal, such as yellow or rose gold, yet the prongs holding the diamond are white gold or platinum. Why is this, you ask? Shouldn’t all of the metal be the same color?
Learn the Anatomy of a Ring
Learn the anatomy of a ring with this helpful guide.
Alternative Metals : What You Need To Know
There are also other types of metal that are less common in jewelry—we call these alternative metals. These have different properties that make them a popular choice for men’s jewelry. Keep reading to learn more about what makes these alternative metals unique.