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Doyle & Doyle True North Holiday Jewelry Gift Guide

Holiday Gift Guide: True North

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Our first Gift Guide of the season is inspired by the idea of being home for the holidays, whether you’re traveling to see family, celebrating with friends, or planning a romantic getaway. We layered vintage and antique pieces with the navigational West 13th Collection to create a versatile line up of unique holiday jewels.

How do you create a sense of home during the holiday season? 

antique mourning jewelries

Culture Collision! Day of the Dead meets Memento Mori for Halloween

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Halloween makes us want to pull out the blackest, most macabre jewelry in our collection – memento mori, or mourning jewelry. It can be difficult for us in the 21st century to understand why people wore jewelry that was a constant reminder of death. It feels a little creepy at first, but like all jewelry, mourning pieces were made from love and worn with love. This is antique jewelry at its most bittersweet and sentimental. 

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Gleaming gold for a fabulous fall

We’re packing up our treasure chest of jewels! If you’ve been following along with us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, you may have seen our big news – Doyle & Doyle is moving to THE MEATPACKING DISTRICT!!  We’ll share more details on the new location and a special announcement tomorrow – watch this space!

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Thinking about our new home in the chic Meatpacking District, we realize that the streets of New York are like so many Fashion Week catwalks. Stroll through any neighborhood and you’ll see an endless parade of different looks. Fashion magazines and blogs have caught on and they love to showcase New York’s unique brand of street style. 

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Celebrate October with Dazzling Opal and Tourmaline

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October’s birthstones are two of the most versatile gemstones. Prized for their range of colors, opal and tourmaline have inspired jewelers, poets, and artists. Shakespeare called opal “the queen of gems” and Pliny the Elder wrote that within its depths, you could see “the living fire of the ruby, the glorious purple of the amethyst, the sea green of the emerald, all glittering together in an incredible mixture of light.” Opal’s unique play of color is caused by the way silica combines with water in the cavities of ancient rock formations.

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Edwardian Splendor

While scanning Google and Pinterest for “Age of Innocence” stills for last week’s sapphire post, I happened upon an early photograph of an entrancing Edwardian brunette, elaborately coiffed and bejewelled. She was Lily Elsie, a popular English stage star, best known for her role in 1907’s musical comedy, “The Merry Widow.” Lily began her career […]
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Celebrate September with a Rainbow of Sapphires

The best quality of September’s birthstone is its versatility. Sapphire jewelry runs the gamut from classically tailored to dramatically glamorous, making quick work of choosing a gift for your favorite September babies. But why not treat yourself while you’re at it, perhaps with a dramatic cocktail ring for fall. Channel a touch of Countess Olenska’s […]
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Art Nouveau for Fall 2013

Ah, fall, how we’ve missed you. Breezes are cool and crisp, the leaves are turning, and it’s finally time to bring our favorite sweaters, jackets, and boots back into rotation. We love this time of year! For fall 2013, Pantone introduced a rich color palette of saturated tones, anchored by their color of the year, […]
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Antique Diamond Cluster Engagement Ring of the Week

At Doyle & Doyle, we have a vast array of beautiful engagement rings, from classic four-prong solitaires to ornate Art Deco dinner rings.  When you visit, we encourage you to try on any and all rings that catch your eye – you may just surprise yourself!  Case in point, this wonderfully chunky antique diamond cluster […]
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Paris: The Star of our Spring-time City Fantasies

Continuing our celebration of the culture and style of our favorite Spring-time cities, we take a fresh look at that oft romanticized metropolitan, Paris, through one of it’s most locally beloved arrondissements, the 10th, or Canal Saint-Martin. Fans of contemporary French cinema will recognize the colorful concrete banks of this canal, originally commissioned by Napoleon […]
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Life & Style in our Favorite Spring-time Cities: Seattle

This season we’re celebrating the climes where Spring-like weather is a year-round phenomenon. The soft rains create colorful skies and keep these cities vibrant both culturally and ecologically. Not only does the ever-present promise of a passing shower make for an existence lived seamlessly between indoors and out, but unique styles, as well. Once shrouded […]
Bridal Jewelry

Pinspirational Bridal Jewelry

Like many of our brides, we are obsessed with the wonderful world of Pinterest. This week we’ve curated a collection of bridal jewels inspired by a few of our favorite wedding themed pinboards. Whether your preferred wedding style is simple and demure or bold and glamorous, we’ve got wedding day baubles to suit every temperament. Oh […]

Meet Virtually With Our Team

Whether you want to learn about the history of antique jewelry, get practical advice about styling or caring for your vintage jewelry, or information on store happenings, our blog will keep you in the know. Email info@doyledoyle.com, or contact us online to find out more about our jewelry collection. We’re happy to answer all your questions.

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