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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 […]
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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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Engagement Ring of the Week: Spring Fling 2013

This week’s engagement ring of the week is a handcrafted item perfect for the bride to be who wants a ring that’s not only on trend, but will always be timeless. It’s a vintage diamond engagement ring centering an old Euro cut 1.00 ct. diamond within an openwork foliate mounting, fashioned in platinum. It bears the maker’s […]
A Prayer in Spring

“Oh, give us pleasure” A Theme for Spring!

In just five short days we welcome back an extra hour of sunshine into our lives as we spring forward into lush white blossoms and the sweet scent of the season of rebirth. And less than two short weeks after the vernal equinox, spring will officially begin! We’ll be ready with bright whites in whimsical […]
Cleopatra collage

The Sweet Seduction of Perfume Flasks

The first recorded use of perfume was by the ancient Egyptians and it was further refined by the Romans after being brought there by Cleopatra. In fact, during her reign, Cleopatra found many creative applications for the aphrodisiac beyond the typical applications of incense and unctures.  Returning from her nation building campaign in Rome upon […]
sapphire and diamond engagement ring

Engagement Ring of the Week: Lady Day Sings the Blues

There is something so soulful about our engagement ring of the week that when we laid our eyes upon it we were immediately struck with a vision of Lady Day singing the blues. The emotion with which Billie Holiday sang some of the most hauntingly beautiful jazz standards of all time moved us to curate […]
PJ HArvey , Nick Cave, and  Vintage Bracelet

Drop the Needle on Classic Love Songs

Love songs get a bad rap. Even some of the most offensively saccharine elevator tunes got their start as intricately crafted testaments to that most prolific of all muses, amour. Our favorite love songs are those that reflect the adversity real romance must endure, ultimately making the fulfillment even sweeter. And even though the official […]
collage pictures of Joanne Woodward and Paul Newman in black and white

Engagement Ring of the Week: Correct Amounts Lust & Respect

Inspired by Doyle & Doyle commenter Carol F.’s response to our recent post on great loves that contributed to the artistic canon, our engagement ring of the week is inspired by yet another impressive pair, Hollywood power duo Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Married for 50 years, the two originally met while Woodward was an […]
collage picture of Stein and Toklas

A Life Lived Full of Love & Creativity

Some of the greatest loves in history have left a legacy not only of their undying affection, but of their creative output, as well. This week, we’re celebrating those romances that have contributed not only to our understanding of true love, but also to the artistic canon.   “Lobster” and “Fattuski,” as Alice Toklas and Gertrude […]
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Engagement Ring of the Week: A History of Love

Inspired by the season and our knee weakeningly dreamy Engagement Ring of the Week, we decided to take a historical journey through the evolving traditions of courtship and gift giving. With Hallmark Valentines reaching a staggering 144 million sent annually, we hope this look back will inspire you to forgo mass produced items in favor of […]
Key barcelet

Key to Her Heart: February Special Collection

In cultures as varied as Hinduism, Taoism, and Celtism the heart symbolizes the center of being – both physical and spiritual. It is little surprise then, that when we give ourselves wholly to our beloved, we choose to express it with this simple yet powerful symbol. Our specially curated February Boutique is teeming with just […]
watercolor spring runways

Style Forecast: Dreamy Watercolors and Painted on Patterns

There were some truly sensational looks stomping down the Spring runways and we saved our favorite of the trend forecasts for last – the head to toe prints of painterly patterns and gentle watercolors. Designers as diverse as Michael Kors, Acne, Matthew Williamson, Elie Saab, House of Holland and many more each offered up a […]
Kat Williams - blogger

Engagement Ring of the Week: Bold in Life & Love

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 […]
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Style Forecast: Rock & Roll is Here to Stay

Punk’s “incendiary influence on fashion” – as described by Andrew Bolton, Curator of The Costume Institute – has never been more at the forefront of the couture conversations than on the runways of the Spring 2013 collections. And “although punk’s democracy stands in opposition to fashion’s autocracy” says Bolton, “it’s youthful and aggressive forcefulness,” has […]
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 […]
emerald stone and oval emerald stud earrings

Style Forecast: Emerald Elegance from the Red Carpet to Your Closet

When Pantone – the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industry – announced Emerald as color of the year, we were overjoyed. Not only has Emerald long been associated with brilliant, precious gemstones (for which we have a keen interest), but it is also an ancient symbol of […]
Marilyn Monroe and Grace Kelly

Engagement Ring of the Week: The Razor’s Edge

There is no greater thrill than donning a dress in a style outside your comfort zone to become a new person for a night out. Jewelry has that same innate power of transformation. A man can become a king with a crown placed upon his head. A woman a bride with a ring placed upon […]
Jane Marie & Julian's Wedding Photos

Doyle & Doyle Brides: Jane Marie & Julian

There’s something about the unique treasures we collect that brings all sorts of incredible characters into our lives at Doyle & Doyle. Artists, journalists, actors, adventurers, politicians, and, in general, a lot of truly wonderful people pass through our door. And we feel so lucky to become a part of their lives through the jewels […]

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Whether you want to learn about the history of antique jewelry, get practical advice about styling or caring for your vintage jewelry, or information on store happenings, our blog will keep you in the know. Email info@doyledoyle.com, or contact us online to find out more about our jewelry collection. We’re happy to answer all your questions.

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