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Heirloom by Doyle & Doyle vintage style wedding bands

Top 5 Jewels of 2016

We’re kicking off 2017 by recapping our top five jewels of 2016, as decided by our Instagram fans! Surprise – they’re all rings! From wear everyday classics to once-in-a-lifetime rare treasures, these are jewels that deserve a second look. First, with over 3000(!) likes: our popular Heirloom by Doyle & Doyle wedding bands, the Fleur […]
Doyle & Doyle's rose cut diamond crescent ring and band.

Top 5 February Vintage Jewelry on Instagram

March is upon us, which means spring is right around the corner, and we’re excited to look back to our February vintage jewelry Instagram favorites. February saw two big jewelry events, Valentine’s Day and the Oscars, which meant a month full of sweet hearts and lots of diamonds. Our top Instagram post by far was the […]
Georgian Style Engagement Ring from Doyle & Doyle

Dramatic Georgian Style Engagement Ring of the Week

georgian style 1Why not ring in the new year with a bang? For the first featured engagement ring of 2014, we selected a striking Georgian style diamond cluster ring, showcasing a 1.56ct antique light yellow Old Mine cut diamond. With its frame of chunky Old European cut diamonds set in silver and a detailed rose gold band, this ring beautifully captures the dramatic elegance of the early 1800s.

Extraordinary Gifts Guide from Doyle & Doyle

Holiday Gift Guide: Extraordinary Jewels

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Our third holiday gift guide features some of the most spectacular pieces in our collection, including historically important jewelry from the Georgian, Victorian, and Art Deco periods and incredible colored gemstones and diamonds. Each carefully selected jewel is a once in a lifetime gift and will quickly become her favorite statement piece.

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. 

Wizard of Oz and Vintage Emerald Ring

Engagement Ring of the Week: Over the Rainbow for Emerald

Emerald is a color that has enchanted me ever since I first saw the Wizard of OZ. And I am only slightly ashamed to admit that, as my fiancé and I started planning for our own wedding this coming August, I pitched hard for a Wizard of OZ undercurrent (NOT theme, just unifying idea) for […]
Brant brothers at Tribeca Film Festival

Engagement Ring of the Week: Regal Glamour

There’s been a resurgence of regal glamour on the society circuit and in editorial as of late, courtesy of some most unexpected characters – two teenage boys who are anything but strangers to the world of art and fashion. As the sons of publishing scion Peter M. Brant and supermodel Stephanie Seymour, Peter II and […]

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