We see a lot of fancy colored diamonds in celebrity engagement rings, but did you know that yellow diamonds have been popular for over a hundred years? Vintage fancy yellow diamonds, cut as cushions, Old Mine cuts, or Old European cuts, have a dramatic golden sparkle that elevates the most simple of settings to something really special. We were so inspired that we chose two Engagement Rings of the Week, one warmer hue set in gold from the 1940s and one cooler tone set in platinum from the 1960s.
Every week, we get in new vintage and antique diamond rings – here are some of our favorite new arrivals! Do you sense a theme? We’ve gotten a lot of requests for diamonds set in gold, and we aim to please. We’re in love with the way the golden glimmer plays off the fiery old […]
Spending your days surrounded by jewelry of unparalleled beauty and rich with history is a blissful existence not unlike that of a museum docent who’s pleasure it is to while away hours walking among timeless works of art. It’s hard to imagine a day in the life getting any better, but indeed it does. At […]
Last week New York celebrated one year since the legalization of same sex unions. This week’s Engagement Ring of the Week and the exuberant wedding style it inspired is a celebration of the nearly 7,100 newlyweds who will be commemorating an anniversary in the coming months that wouldn’t have been able to do so just […]