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Vintage and antique heart pendants from Doyle & Doyle.

Sentimental Jewels Inspired by Beth Bernstein’s “If These Jewels Could Talk”

Beth Bernstein's book and Doyle & Doyle jewelry inspired by it.We’re excited to introduce Beth Bernstein, author of the new book, If These Jewels Could Talk: The Legends Behind Celebrity Gems. Beth is a gifted writer and jewelry expert, whose passion has introduced her to a world of fabulous jewels and people.  She shares her wisdom through numerous articles, design, and jewelry consulting. Her previous two books are My Charmed Life: Rocky Romances, Precious Family Connections and Searching For a Band of Gold and Jewelry’s Shining Stars: Shaping Today’s Collectibles and Tomorrow’s Heirlooms.

Doyle & Doyle Holiday Gift Guide for a glam gal

Holiday Gift Guide: For a Glamorous Gal

glam gal 1Holiday parties call for sparkling frocks, killer shoes, and of course, beautiful jewels. From all-out diamond glitz to rich gold and dramatic colors, you’ll find everything you need to make it a glamorous holiday (or any time of year) in our gift guide!

101180E Vintage diamond earrings c. 1950 platinum and 18k $2800. 096847NW Heirloom fancy basket diamond pendant 18k $2100. 100969R Edwardian diamond and pink sapphire ring Birks platinum $5900. 095719E Victorian Whitby jet earrings 9k $650. 099961N Edwardian style negligee necklace Polish c. 1930 18k and platinum $4800. 100600M Art Nouveau diamond dragon cufflinks 18k $1200. 097608R Retro diamond and ruby ring c. 1950 14k and platinum $3800. 101694E Vintage diamond sea urchin earrings 18k $2800. 101500R Victorian gold filigree and turquoise bangle bracelet c. 1900 18k $2800.

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A Life Lived Full of Love & Creativity

Some of the greatest loves in history have left a legacy not only of their undying affection, but of their creative output, as well. This week, we’re celebrating those romances that have contributed not only to our understanding of true love, but also to the artistic canon.   “Lobster” and “Fattuski,” as Alice Toklas and Gertrude […]

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