Category Archives: New Inventory
This spectacularly designed and painstakingly constructed coiled serpent choker boasts a 12.29ct Colombian emerald tear-drop and an intricate custom-cut buff-topped ruby forehead crowned with a buff-top emerald-cut emerald. As close to real life scales as one may imagine, these channel-set, … Continue reading
Ready, Set, Go straight to your wardrobe and if it doesn’t feature azure, you’re missing out of 2013 summer style! Choose these Tory Burch flora flat sandals to accentuate this stunning Art Deco style platinum aquamarine Ring.
This memorably huge 18k yellow gold Fendiesque 3.00ct pave-diamond ring is a fabulous match to these Fendi metallic leather and studded heels. The difference? While your shoes will be worn out, your diamond ring will have increased in value, ready … Continue reading
Since March is the birthstone month of the aquamarine, take a look at these intricate and unique aquamarine engagement rings and ask yourself, since you were born in March, if you could possibly wear anything else! Mounted in platinum or … Continue reading
The following items will be offered at the advertised prices for 7 days only, ending 5pm on February 27th. Simply click on the first picture of any pair, and you will be directed to the product page to enable you … Continue reading
Bold knots on fur coats and ribbons in diamonds, Icy blue aquas and Fay Cullen mountings Lots of neat compliments reassuring, These are a few of my favorite things!
This striking and voluminous malachite and diamond ring is only matched in sophistication by Chanel’s 2013 green plexiglas clutch bag and Bally’s Paris stud stilettoes from their Spring/Summer 2013 Collection.
Acacia Creations products debuted in the U.S. in October 2007 and they have been working overtime to meet demand and couldn’t be happier! That’s because Acacia Creations operates according to fair trade principles and returns a percentage of each sale … Continue reading
Peridot’s history begins on a small desert island 50 miles off the southeast coast of Egypt in the Red Sea. The name of that Island has changed many times over recorded history. While ancient Greek and Roman literature calls the … Continue reading