Oh, how I love to make and see women wearing non-traditional ring bands. They create a statement all on their own or add dimension and character to a stunning gemstone setting. They can be funky or sophisticated but more importantly, their uniqueness can perfectly reflect the spirit of the wearer whose eclectic soul is bored by mass-produced, generic...
Stacking rings are everywhere these days and for good reason. From office to formal events, date night or just wearing day-to-day, there are unlimited options in mixing and matching rings to create a look for any occasion. They also give you the perfect opportunity to practice with mixing metals.
One of the gemstones taking center stage in the upcoming Revelry Collection is the sapphire – but not only the classic blue sapphire we all know and love. The sapphires I have hand-selected feature a stunning abundance of hues.
How about some revelry with a fair bit of rebellion mixed in? The upcoming Revelry Collection showcases vibrant asymmetrical rose cut sapphires, garnets and tourmalines in raw, yet elegant settings of silver and 18K gold.
I’ve always loved silver jewelry. On it’s own or mixed with gemstones, silver has a natural luster that speaks to me like no other metal. As a kid, whenever I was given a piece of gold jewelry, it would most likely end up in the bottom of my jewelry box. The rule back then was, never mix silver with gold. Gold earrings with a silver ring? Major fashion faux pas! Gold felt too fussy, too expensive and just didn’t fit my style, so it was an easy decision for me to choose to wear silver.