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Doyle & Doyle talismans exhibition collage

See our Talismans Exhibition before it closes!

You only have ’til this Saturday, October 28 to see our Vault jewelry exhibition TALISMANS: Amulets of Power and Protection! Make a date to visit the Meatpacking District this week and discover this incredible collection of antique and vintage jewelry. We’ve got carved opal dragons, emerald, jade, and faience scarabs, and even a diamond studded salamander. […]
Art Deco Rings from Doyle & Doyle with 20's woman

Art Deco’s Beginnings, 1919-1925

1922 downton 1The fashion and entertainment worlds are having an Art Deco moment! Channeling the current season of Downton Abbey, set in 1922, many stars at the Golden Globes made colorful, bold Art Deco jewelry a key part of their red carpet looks. But you don’t need to wait for a black tie event! Vintage Art Deco jewelry is easily wearable, always fashionable, and effortlessly makes a statement.

antique mourning jewelries

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

halloween 1 black mourning jewelry

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. 

Opal and Tourmaline rings

Art Deco Twin Diamond Engagement Ring of the Week

This week is our celebration of October’s birthstones, opal and tourmaline, and you may be wondering why we’re featuring a diamond engagement ring. We always love a colored stone engagement ring, and both opal and tourmaline are some of the most colorful out there! However, both are soft stones, especially opals, and we don’t recommend them for hard, everyday wear.

Art Deco Twin Stone Ring

October birthstones

Celebrate October with Dazzling Opal and Tourmaline

October Birthstone

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.

art nouveau for fall

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, […]
victorian diamond engagement ring and wedding bands

Wedding Band Anti-Commandments

If you were reading along as we shared pairing ideas to complement our superb Victorian engagement ring of the week last Thursday, then you know that our rules for wedding band shopping are quite simple. Throw out the rules. As the dust settles post-engagement and you begin planning the finer details of your ceremony with your partner, you may […]
A Prayer in Spring

“Oh, give us pleasure” A Theme for Spring!

In just five short days we welcome back an extra hour of sunshine into our lives as we spring forward into lush white blossoms and the sweet scent of the season of rebirth. And less than two short weeks after the vernal equinox, spring will officially begin! We’ll be ready with bright whites in whimsical […]

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