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Romantic Toi et Moi Engagement Ring

Romantic Toi et Moi Engagement Ring of the Week

Our newest engagement ring of the week is also one of the most recent arrivals to Doyle & Doyle. An incredible Belle Epoque emerald and diamond ring circa 1900, it’s had us all spellbound and eagerly vying to try it on. This style of ring is poetically named “moi et toi”, or “me and you” […]
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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, […]
engagement rings

Postcards from Fashion Week: Engagement Ring Edition

From clean and sporty to beaded and dramatic, designers sent incredible white dresses down New York Fashion Week’s runway that could appeal to a variety of brides.  We happen to think that any bride could also discover her perfect engagement ring within our collection, so we matched our newest arrivals with our favorite NYFW white dresses. […]
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Postcards from New York Fashion Week

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 […]
solitaire engagement ring

Timeless 1940s Solitaire Engagement Ring of the Week

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 […]
colored stone jewelries

Happy Labor Day!

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 […]
antique diamond cluster ring

Antique Diamond Cluster Engagement Ring of the Week

At Doyle & Doyle, we have a vast array of beautiful engagement rings, from classic four-prong solitaires to ornate Art Deco dinner rings.  When you visit, we encourage you to try on any and all rings that catch your eye – you may just surprise yourself!  Case in point, this wonderfully chunky antique diamond cluster […]
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Thank you, Lucky!

We are excited and honored to be named Lucky magazine’s #1 best vintage shop in the September issue!  Look for the cover featuring Blake Lively, then turn to the Style Blackbook to see the full article and who Lucky’s editors chose as their top 10 (along with Doyle & Doyle, of course!). Highlighted is our […]
british briday style engagement ring

British Bridal Style Inspired Engagement Ring of the Week

Inspired by Jenny Packham’s stunning 2014 bridal collection, we handpicked this lovely Victorian sapphire and diamond engagement ring of the week with Birmingham English Hallmarks. The criss-cross grouping of four stones in a slightly asymmetrical 18k gold setting would be such a lovely complement to our favorite of Miss Packham’s Spring/Summer gowns, which reflects some of the […]
Poster of shopping in style during spring in shoreditch

Shopping in Style During Spring in Shoreditch

According the Middlesex County Justices, Shoreditch in the East End of London was once a haven for “dissolute, loose, and insolent people” or, as they are otherwise known, actors. Because Shoreditch was outside the jusrisdiction of the City of London’s puritanical leaders, it was an ideal location for plays like Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet to […]
Art Deco Engagement Ring

Engagement Ring of the Week: Variations on a (French) Theme

Our Art Deco Engagement Ring of the week is inspired by the effortless elegance of just a handful of our favorite French countryside weddings (because, really, how does one pick a favorite from scores of favorites?). This romantic ring centering an Old European cut diamond in octagonal mount with filigree shoulders fashioned in platinum embodies everything we love […]
Paris at spring and Canal Saint Martin

Paris: The Star of our Spring-time City Fantasies

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 […]
Victorian Double Snake Ring

Seattle’s Wedding Venue Mise-en-scène

Our Victorian double snake Engagement Ring of the Week is an inspired choice for the Seattle bride to be, or any bride to be who embodies that same singularly individualist spirit preparing to cross that threshold of togetherness and interconnectivity. We think the interwoven snakes are reminiscent of the Taijitu symbol and make a powerful statement – […]
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Life & Style in our Favorite Spring-time Cities: Seattle

This season we’re celebrating the climes where Spring-like weather is a year-round phenomenon. The soft rains create colorful skies and keep these cities vibrant both culturally and ecologically. Not only does the ever-present promise of a passing shower make for an existence lived seamlessly between indoors and out, but unique styles, as well. Once shrouded […]
sapphire engagement ring

True Blue Engagement Ring of the Week

Sapphires have long inspired cultures across the globe. In fact the word “sapphire” itself is a result of the jewel’s global reputation. The Sanskrit “sauriratna” became the Hebrew “sapphir” (most beautiful of things) and went through Greek and Latin before arriving at the modern day English “sapphire.” We love sapphire in all it’s permutations (blue, […]
Diamond Cluster Engagement Ring

An Engagement Ring of the Week for 2013’s Most Bewitching Bridal Styles

Our engagement ring of the week is an antique diamond piece that would pair perfectly with any of the bridal trends forecasted for 2013. The face centers an Old Mine cut diamond framed by 12 additional diamonds set in an 18k gold floral style setting. The shank itself projects the same magnetism as the face with […]
Bridal Jewelry

Pinspirational Bridal Jewelry

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 […]
engagement ring and a wedding band

Language of Love: Engagement Ring of the Week

There are many ways to say “I love you.” Secret notes left in coat pockets, the squeeze of a hand, a furtive glance across a crowded room. Your wedding bands are a message of love from your partner that you carry with you every day. Analogous to the multitude of methods available through which we […]
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 […]
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Wedding Bands: An Advanced Course in Pairing

Earlier this week we explored the ever-evolving history of wedding bands and finding unique ways to incorporate these centuries old traditions into your nuptials. Brides and grooms today have the good fortune of surveying over 3,000 years of wedding ring rituals to remix into whatever style, shape, and material that suits their lives. (Ed. Note: […]
ancient egyptians wedding

Wedding Band 101: Make Your Own Tradition

If there is one constant in the rich tradition and styles of wedding bands throughout the course of history, it is that they have constantly changed. From the earliest rings made by the ancient Egyptians of rushes and reeds, twisted into circles to symbolize eternity, to the iron betrothal rings of the ancient Romans, to […]

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