For our holiday Engagement Ring of the Week, we couldn’t resist this brand new arrival. It’s a French Belle Epoque dinner ring dating to 1900, centering a glittering old Mine cushion cut diamond and fashioned in platinum-topped gold. Asymmetrical curls of rose cut stones create a swirling sense of movement and its long shape beautifully flatters the hand. This beauty is so new to our collection that I literally snatched it from the new inventory tray. It’s item # 101547R and you can see it sparkling in our West 13th Street store, but it’s not yet on the website. Call (212) 677-9991 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
As curators of exquisite estate, antique, and fine jewels spanning more than three centuries, it should be no secret that we have a soft spot for the carefully patinaed wedding looks which monopolized Pinspiration boards throughout 2012. After all, who doesn’t love a gathering of vintage mercury glass vases and votives clustered around a stack of […]
Store Manager, Megan Baker, found the image below of Mia Farrow and Robert Redford from the 1974 film The Great Gatsby and couldn’t help but notice that Farrow’s character is wearing a Marquise engagement ring worn with a simple band. Also, I found a fun article from living.msn.com on “What Your Engagement Ring Says About […]