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A Guide to Engagement Rings: Find out what your ring shape says about your personality!

A Guide to Engagement Rings: Find out what your ring shape says about your personality!

Learn more about each of the most popular shapes to determine what best meets your ideal statement piece.

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A Guide to Engagement Rings: Does Carat Size Really Matter?

A Guide to Engagement Rings: Does Carat Size Really Matter?

Someone had to say it...The biggest diamond does not always win. Before you make an important investment we believe it’s necessary to answer the big question. Does carat size really matter? Avoid making your decision solely based on carat weight. There are four criteria that ...

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Birthstone of the Month for June is Pearls - Cultured Pearls

Birthstone of the Month for June is Pearls - Cultured Pearls

A pearl is formed when the mantle tissue is injured by a parasite, an attack of a fish or another event that damages the external fragile rim of the shell of a mollusk shell bivalve or gastropod. In response, the mantle tissue of the mollusk secretes nacre into the pearl sac, a ...

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Tips for throwing the perfect engagement party

Tips for throwing the perfect engagement party

Are you newly engaged? If so, congratulations! While the weeks after the proposal can be overwhelming, they are also very exciting. One of the most exciting parts is how happy everyone is for you. This could lead to an offer to throw an engagement party, ...

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A Guide to Groomsmen Gifts

A Guide to Groomsmen Gifts

You’ve been checking off your wedding to-do list like crazy, and you’re starting to see a little flicker of light at the end of the tunnel. Then you realize you’ve totally forgotten about the groomsmen gifts. Has your groom taken care of it? Are you ...

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Citrine: The history behind November's birthstone

Citrine: The history behind November's birthstone

This month’s gemstone is citrine, and it is one of the most cherished stones in the quartz family. Initially known as “yellow quartz,” the name “citrine” was officially adopted in 1556 when German metallurgist Georg Bauer, known to some as “the father of modern mineralogy,” ...

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