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Accenting Colored Stones in Vintage Engagement Rings

It might be a surprise to learn that engagement rings haven’t always been dominated by diamonds. Before mining giants De Beer got involved in the promotion of diamonds, any and… Read More

Georgian Jewelry: Impacted by an Ever-Changing Time in History

The Georgian period, from 1714 to 1837, is an intriguing and interesting part of our history. It would best be explained as a critical time of change and rapid growth… Read More

2016 Spring Jewelry Trend – Statement Earrings

This spring season, the runways and red carpets are heating up with the newest fashion trend, statement earrings and shoulder dusters. Out are the days of minimal and delicate pieces…. Read More

The Jewelry History Series Has Big Plans for a Third Year

U.S. Antique Shows’ commitment to supporting ongoing education in the antiques community is prevalent at the multiple special events they host throughout the year, such as booth talks, Appraisal Day… Read More

The Lure of Fancy Colored Diamonds

When you think of a diamond, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Love? Marriage? Engagement? Lifelong commitment? In today’s society, diamonds are recognized as the traditional symbol… Read More

7 Things You Should Know About Bulgari

Jewelry has always been an important part of our culture. Even from the times when humans first started using clothes and tools about 100,000 years ago, jewelry was produced from… Read More

The Jewelry History Series Returns for a Second Year

U.S. Antique Shows recently announced that they will host the Jewelry History Series prior to the start of The Original Miami Beach Antique Show on January 30. The jewelry event,… Read More

Tips for Buying Antique Jewelry: Where to Start?

When you’re looking to purchase a new piece of jewelry to add to your collection, you should consider antique or vintage jewelry. These pieces are made in a distinct manor… Read More

Mourning Jewelry: A Way to Honor a Loved One

Mourning, in the plainest terms, is grief over the death of someone. In our history, it has been customary that jewels and keepsakes be made for the loss of a… Read More

An Antique Buyer’s Guide: Five Tips for the Novice Collector

Purchasing antiques can be a daunting task, especially for the novice collector. Is this antique an original or reproduction? Is it over 100 years old? What are the best antiques… Read More

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