Layered jewelry has become a hot trend, from stacked rings to mixed bangles. Another popular layered jewelry trend is layering necklaces. Layering necklaces is a great way to combine multiple necklaces into a single, unique look.
There a variety of ways to layer necklaces. Following a few basic steps will help you create a layered style that looks great. Continue reading
There are many things to consider when selecting jewelry, from how it matches your personal style to how well it matches your wardrobe. But another important factor in selecting flattering jewelry is how well it complements your skin tone.
The first step in finding jewelry that complements your skin tone is to determine whether your skin tone is warm or cool. You can do this by looking at the color of your veins. Continue reading
As many as one in seven people have a metal allergy. This allergy to certain metals can make it difficult to find jewelry that doesn’t cause irritation or allergic reactions. Knowing which metals to avoid and which ones are hypoallergenic can make it easier to find fabulous pieces that won’t irritate your skin. Continue reading
Colored gemstones make a beautiful addition to any jewelry collection. Colored gemstones are often chosen for favorite color, fashion trends, or to match wardrobe pieces. Like diamonds, several factors affect the price of colored gemstones. Unlike diamonds, there is no particular order of importance of the criteria. Continue reading
When you’re buying a new ring, whether it’s an engagement ring or just a pretty new bauble, finding the proper size is a critical step. Proper ring sizing is important for comfort and to prevent loss. A ring that is not the correct size is more likely to slip off your finger and get lost. Continue reading
Why settle for one ring when you can have several? One of the hottest trends in jewelry this year is stacking rings. This trend has been seen everywhere, from celebrities on the red carpet to the glossy pages of fashion magazines. Continue reading
When most people think of metals for jewelry, they think of yellow gold, platinum, and white gold. But one less traditional option that provides stunning results is rose gold. Originally called Russian gold, rose gold originated in Russia in the 19th century. It gained international acceptance in the 1920s when Cartier introduced the famous trinity band, featuring intertwining bands of white, yellow, and rose gold. The popularity of rose gold peaked in the 1930s and 40s, but has recently made a major comeback. Continue reading
Summer is here and with it comes all of our favorite warm weather activities. While you may love splashing in the pool or lounging in the sand at the beach, your jewelry doesn’t fare as well. Many summer activities can actually be detrimental to your fine jewelry. To help keep your jewelry safe and maintain its sparkle, we’ve compiled a list of summer jewelry care tips: Continue reading
Jewelry is always a welcome gift, but selecting a piece with personal significance for the recipient can make it even more special. This demonstrates to the recipient that you put a lot of thought and consideration into selecting their gift. Continue reading
Whether a piece of jewelry has monetary value, sentimental value, or both, you need to protect your jewelry from theft, loss, and damage. The Diamond World recommends several steps you can take to safeguard your valuables. Continue reading