Sure, you've cleaned your hands countless times in the past month, but have you cleaned your jewelry? Your jewelry, especially your rings, can carry bacteria. And, while it's important to keep them clean, not all cleaner is safe for your jewelry. Use our guide below, which uses common household items, to keep you, and your jewelry, clean and safe.
After consulting a wide array of professional resources and very careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to close for the time being. All of the research suggests that COVID-19 will only be contained when we take meaningful steps to introduce social distancing practices, which is proving too difficult to do in such an intimate shopping environment.
Is Hand Sanitizer Dulling Your Shine? We know it disinfects, but what else is it doing to your jewelry?
Stacking, layering, whatever you call it – it’s trending, and we’re loving it! So this winter, take your favorite bracelet, ring, or necklace, and pair it up with something new to create a look all your own!
Before there were influencers on social media, the world turned to royalty to see what was on-trend. During the Victorian era (1837-1901), Queen Victoria wore a wreath of orange blossoms in her hair at her wedding in 1840.
Ask any jewelry aficionado what their favorite jewelry period is, and you will get a variety of answers. But ask me what my favorite jewelry period is, and without hesitation, my answer is plain and simple: I love Art Deco.