The Origins of the “Something Old, Something New” Wedding Day Tradition

The Origins of the “Something Old, Something New” Wedding Day Tradition

If you’ve ever been a member of a wedding party, you’ve probably heard somebody at some point mention the “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” wedding custom. This practice is intended to bring the bride good luck on her wedding day and a lifetime of nuptial bliss. Many people, while loyally following this…

Art Imitating Life: Jewelry Inspired by Animals

Art Imitating Life: Jewelry Inspired by Animals

You’ve heard the saying “art imitates life,” right? Today, we have a few special pieces from the Frank Pollak & Sons collection that may prove this saying rings true – if you believe in unicorns, that is. The Unicorn Tappestry was created by Seaman Schepps in the United States in the 1940s. It is a…

Tips to Help Organize Your Jewelry Collection

Tips to Help Organize Your Jewelry Collection

Organizing your jewelry collection can be a big job, especially if you have pieces that range in style from statement necklaces to more high-end jewels. Well, today we’re here to help you organize your cluttered jewelry collection once and for all!   The first thing you need to do is to get everything stored in…

Estate Jewelry: Something Unique for That Singular Someone

Giving the gift of jewelry is something extremely personal and very special. When you give jewelry, it is usually to someone you care for very much and you want to pick just the right piece to commemorate her, to celebrate him, for a special occasion, or simply to begin a collection. The gift of jewelry…

Selling Jewelry from an Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend

Selling Jewelry from an Ex-Boyfriend or Ex-Girlfriend

It’s Too Nice To Throw Away, But You Don’t Want It   When a relationship ends, you’re left picking up many pieces, both figuratively and literally. You can sometimes feel lost, and when it’s time to go through all of your things, it feels like you fall further down the rabbit hole. This is how…