At Doyle & Doyle, our mission is to help our customers learn about - and fall in love with - vintage and antique jewelry, in a fun,
welcoming environment. As experienced collectors of engagement rings,
and antique jewelry of all kinds, we've curated an inventory of unique and one-of-a-kind jewelry that features exceptional pieces from many historic periods. We’re excited to
help you explore our collection to find a piece you love!
Have you seen (or are eagerly planning to see) the Charles James fashion retrospective at the Met? After perusing the red carpet looks from the Met Gala, and only seeing a handful of lavish gowns befitting the theme, we decided to curate our own Charles James-inspired vintage jewelry collection.
One more week to our November 15th Grand Opening at 412 West 13th Street! Inspired by the spirit of our new neighborhood, we’re showcasing a 1940s Engagement Ring of the Week that fits perfectly into the industrial, cobblestoned streets of New York’s Meatpacking District. The chunky Old Mine cut diamond is a striking contrast to the streamlined, architectural mounting, fashioned in palladium.
What could be more appropriate for our Halloween Engagement Ring of the Week than a blood red vintage ruby solitaire? Decadent and regal, there’s nothing better than a ruby to make a glamorous statement, and this one fairly glows.
This week’s spotlight engagement ring is a true Edwardian beauty. Lacy filigree and elegant swags of diamonds frame the central Old European cut stone, giving this substantial ring an airy lightness. We’ve paired it with a thin band of channel set sapphires for a modern touch, or try a romantic antique “1910” wedding band on your other hand.
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 […]
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, […]
One of the best perks of working at Doyle & Doyle is being able to borrow pieces from our incredible jewelry collection to wear for the day. We get to play dress-up and fashion stylist at the same time! We believe that antique and vintage jewelry pairs beautifully with contemporary fashion. Mixing and matching time […]
There’s nothing more classic than a four prong diamond solitaire set in gold. This week, we’re highlighting an elegant engagement ring that fits right into the All American look we shared in our Labor Day post. Created by New York jeweler J.R. Wood & Sons in the 1940s, it features design elements that epitomize the […]
It’s September! Here in New York, the days are warm, even steamy at times, but we’re starting to feel a little nip in the air at night. It’s the perfect time for jewels with an all-American flair. Primary colors and geometric shapes in rich, lustrous gold slide from summer into early fall. We’re inspired by […]
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 […]
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 […]
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