Tips To Save Money On Jewelry

Jewelry sometimes has a reputation of being pricey, but there are ways to find jewelry that fits just about any budget. Whether you're looking for a ring, set of earrings, necklace or something else, these tips can help you save money on jewelry. Shop Around at Different Retailers As is the case with almost any purchase, you'll likely save on jewelry if you shop around at different retail outlets. Check brick-and-mortar stores, online stores and auctions, as well as any other retailers that you can. [Read More]

Answer These 4 Questions About Wedding Ring Sets Before Proposing

Most proposals come with a ring already purchased or taken from a family collection. Having the ring there when you ask someone to promise to commit their life to yours makes the moment truly magical and exciting.  But before you pop the question, answer a few questions about the engagement ring and its future with any other wedding bands. Doing so will help you find the right jewelry for a lifetime of use. [Read More]

Why Is A Love Knot The Perfect Jewelry Option For Your Loved One?

Choosing the perfect piece of jewelry for someone you love can be a challenge. There are so many choices, from different metals to different gems. Some options don't look like your loved one's style at all, but others you're not sure about. If these struggles sound familiar, here's a suggestion: buy a piece of love knot jewelry for your loved one. The following are a few reasons why love knots are a good choice. [Read More]

What's The Appeal Of Oxidized Silver?

Among the many types of metal you'll find in jewelry is oxidized silver, which is a darker silver that often has what looks like some sort of corrosion. That "corrosion," in fact, is actually the result of deliberately inducing a chemical reaction on the surface of sterling silver with sulfides. The silver develops the darker patina, giving it an older, weathered look. At first you might wonder why so much jewelry has this patina and why people might actually want tarnished jewelry. [Read More]