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  • M.K. Oval Tourmaline Rings

  • K.R. & R.M. Pavé Cathedral Engagement Ring

  • Every stone has a meaning and a memory!

    Hi Margie

    Can’t stop looking at it! Taken many pics to send all around the world!

    I’m in awe of your team, thank you for delivering the most precious ring of all!! Every stone has a meaning and a memory! It’s something no one else could appreciate.

  • Packing your Jewelry for Vacation

    The summer’s not over yet! We need to embrace the rest of the season before it fades into Fall, so hopefully you still have a holiday in the works, even if its local.

    But regardless of where you go, packing jewelry can be a challenge. No one wants to untangle necklaces on vacation or search for the right backing for an earring. The simple tips listed on this travel video show you just how easy packing your jewelry can be.

  • Costco’s Costly Tiffany’s “Mistake”

    Where you won’t find a Tiffany’s ring (!)

    In yet another story where a company purposefully misleads it customers, Costco’s was on the losing end of a gavel in a recent lawsuit and ordered to pay a cool $19.4 million for misleading consumers into thinking they could buy legit Tiffany bling.

    The mega-company’s defense, according to the New York Post?

    “Costco intended that the word Tiffany in its signs convey only that the rings had this style of setting — not that the rings were Tiffany & Co. brand rings,” the company said in a statement, adding “that was consistent with decades of dictionary definitions.

    Hmmm…”dictionary definitions”? Sounds fishy, for sure.

    The takeaway (as always) for jewelry purchasers everywhere: buyer beware. If a price sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Tiffany’s (in can be comfortably assumed) doesn’t sell their jewelry at “warehouse prices.” So as always, use a little common sense when investigating your next purchase.

    That doesn’t mean you can’t purchase a jewelry that has similarities to a certain style you love. Custom design jewelry can do just that: combine elements of jewelry that has caught your eye and create a new piece, original in its origin and particular in its design. (We highly suggest that route!)

     

     

     

  • M.W. Crossover Diamond Wedding Band

  • The bennies of an emerald cut diamond ring

    The emerald cut. Dramatic, classic and just plain eye-catching. But is the cut for you?

    Here are some benefits of the emerald cut ring:

    More bang for your buck. Emerald cut engagement rings are less expensive than their round or princess-cut diamond counterparts(generally about 15 – 25% less). That’s because this type of cut is generally in less demand, which means more savings for you.

    The slenderizing effect. Diamonds (or other gems that are emerald cut) are elongated which gives the illusion of a more slender, longer finger. Perfect for women who are looking for a “whole hand effect” when wearing their prized piece.

    More bling appeal. Emerald cut engagement rings simply look larger because of the design of the  cut. An average 1 carat emerald cut stone has up to 5% greater surface area than a 1 carat round cut gem. This means the top of the ring looks bigger, hence extra bling appeal for you and all who lay eyes on it!

    So is a emerald cut engagement ring for you? Check out the video below for a closer look. Or call us up. Our expert staff can help you decide the best cut for you, your lifestyle and your personality.

  • V.W. Split Shank Pavé Engagement Ring

100 Years in Jewells Business

Today, Joseph Schubach builds upon his family's experience and continues the tradition with Joseph Schubach Jewelers, offering both intimate jewelry brokering in his Scottsdale, Arizona showroom and full-service online sales to clients from around the world, where he has maintained that personal customer connection in the virtual world.

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