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  • F.Z. Rope/Twist Split Shank Oval Engagement Ring

  • You were so incredible, patient, kind and knowledgeable.

    Margie,

    Thank you SO MUCH again for all of your help. I can only hope I wasn’t a huge pain to work with. You were so incredible, patient, kind and knowledgeable. I have already sung your praises to so many. Everyone else I know said purchasing and finding a ring was such a stressful process but we feel so blessed that you made it so easy. I can only hope you forward this along to those who may be above you because I would love nothing more than to let them know what an asset you are to your company.

    I know when it comes time for our wedding bands, we will be making another call to you guys.

    Thank you again for everything! I can’t wait to send you guys the photos of when I finally get to wear it!

    P.H.

  • How to Keep your Jewelry Safe in Hotels

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    Barely a day goes where we don’t hear news about jewelry thefts of some sorts. Whether its a high-powered celebrity or a local break-in, no one is immune to prying hands.

    Luckily, there are steps you can take when you travel to make sure your valuable jewelry is safe, leaving you to truly relax and enjoy your vacation.

    First and foremost, take advantage of your hotel’s safe deposit box. This is where precious gemstones and jewelry belong when you’re not wearing it. Get into the routine of familiarizing yourself with the process so it becomes habitual and easy to integrate into your vacation schedule. Again, if you’re not wearing it, your valuables belong in a safe deposit box. 

    When it comes to visitors, be selective. Most of us meet new people in public while on vacation. And that’s a great thing. But be aware: people who steal come in all shapes and sizes. As a matter of fact, thieves can be quite shrewd, charming and outwardly trustworthy. Get in the habit of meeting new friends out in public and not inviting them into your sanctuary: your hotel room.

    A vacation is always a good idea. And bringing your amazing jewelry with you to show off to the world is part of the fun. It takes very little to accustom yourself to habits that will ensure the safety of your valuables. Some simple safeguards go a long way!

     

  • Welcome, the Lobe Cuff

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    Anita Ko’s ‘Floating Diamond’ lobe cuff in 18-karat rose gold with white diamonds.

     

    When you think about it, its amazing that we humanoids have figured out so many ways to adorn the ears. And we show no sign of stopping with the latest of ear decor hitting the mainstream. Spotlight on: the lobe cuff.

    The lobe cuff is a fun, new earring style that’s basically a hybrid between a hoop earring and an ear cuff. A lobe cuff can be worn in the first or second piercing, fits snugly against the lobe and gives the appearance of wrapping into the ear. It can also be referred to as the “ear hook” (though we much prefer lobe cuff!).

    Says jewelry designer Ara Vartanian (who creates lobe cuffs with larger stones):

    “Customers love this style because the design is aesthetically different, and it helps balance the weight of the earrings with such a large stone.”

    We think this jewelry trend may stick around for a while because the look itself has a classic, comfortable appeal.

    If you’re interested in co-designing your own type of lobe cuff, reach out to us and let’s talk beauty!

    [Source: The Observer]

  • Jewelry Style Make-up, Vanessa Hudgens Style

    Adornment can be anything you want it to be. When it comes to make-up, jewelry can be indicated with the use of the right placement of color and design.

    Nobody does this better than fashion guru/celebrity Vanessa Hudgens, who wows the crowds at Coachella each year by donning her particular brand of distinctive desert fashion.

    In this video, make-up expert Angel Marie demonstrates how you too can have that Hudgens-style bling feel via the right make-up art.

  • Facts about the British Crown Jewels

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    The Imperial State Crown is worn by the Queen at each State Opening of Parliament. It is one of the youngest crowns in the collection and holds a number of much older gems. The crown was remade in 1937 after the previous frame weakened under the weight of the gemstones (!)

     

    Other facts about the Crown Jewels?

    The British crown jewels include the massive Cullinan Diamond, the biggest ever gem-quality rough diamond ever uncovered. Discovered in 1905, it weighed 3,106.75 carats.

    The Crown Jewels are kept in the Tower of London and are the ceremonial treasures acquired by English kings and queens. They have been used by English kings and queens since 1660 or earlier. The Crown Jewels are part of the national heritage and held by The Queen as Sovereign.

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    Elizabeth II after her coronation in 1953.

     

  • M.K. Multi Spiral 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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