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6 Gifts She Will Love for the Holidays

6 Gifts She Will Love for the Holidays

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
Right about now, you’re probably getting “holiday-gift-anxiety.” The kind that creeps in and sounds the alarm that time is running short, and you need to find something spectacular. We’ve got your back with a…
The History Behind William Henry Jewelry

The History Behind William Henry Jewelry

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
Limited Edition. For collectors, there is something special about these two words. Whether released in an exclusive number of thousands or hundreds, a limited-edition piece holds special value. There is also an elevated expectation of…
Brands that Give Back (Not Just for the Holidays)

Brands that Give Back (Not Just for the Holidays)

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
The holiday season is about giving back. We celebrate the changing season with an acknowledgment of all that has been achieved throughout the year and by sharing our abundance with others. As we move into the 2018 holiday season, it i…
Our Favorite Celebrity Engagement Rings  of 2018

Our Favorite Celebrity Engagement Rings of 2018

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
“…and did you see her ring!?” From Hollywood to Buckingham Palace, any engagement that makes headlines will always focus in on the true big story. That ring! Here are the ones we absolutely loved this year:…
Penny Preville Everyday Jewelry

Penny Preville Everyday Jewelry

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
Penny Preville, like most young girls, was captivated by her Grandmother’s jewelry box. Her interest quickly went from common schoolgirl daydreams to wondering how she may one day learn to design such elegant styles. Today, Pen…
Celebrating Mikimoto's 125th Anniversary

Celebrating Mikimoto's 125th Anniversary

by Kiley Schiffman Storrs
Born on January 25, 1858, on Japan’s Shima peninsula, Kokichi Mikimoto was the eldest son of a generations-old noodle-shop owner in the town of Toba. When Mikimoto was eleven years old, his father fell ill, leaving the responsi…