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How to Spot Fake Tiffany & Co. Jewelry So you just purchased some Tiffany & Co. jewelry and it seems a bit out of the ordinary to you. First thing is to check the packaging, the Tiffany blue has hints of green, the blue is more of a sea foam coloration. The fake packaging is usually more of a blue/teal color. If you are buying Tiffany from a pre-owned jewelry store or estate boutique and the original box and papers does not come with the jewelry piece there are other ways of spotting the fakes apart from the real. Here Read More →

Spotlight on: Transformers Engagement Ring Engagement ring trends are continuously changing, one of the most prominent trend is designing your own engagement ring. Many sites like BlueNile allow the consumer to pick the specific diamond, the setting design, and metal. Leah King recently had her engagement ring go viral because of the immaculate design her husband put in to creating it.  With the new release of Transformers: Age of Extinction we thought what better way to show you a custom designed engagement ring. Leah and her husband are huge Transformers fans, and so the engagement ring was nothing shy of Read More →

Tiffany & Company CEO, Michael Kowalski Retiring in 2015 Tiffany & Company has had quite the year from a lawsuit with Swatch, which they lost, an executive stole over $1 million dollars worth of merchandise, and now Michel Kowalski, Tiffany’s CEO is set to retire on March 31st, 2015.  Michael Kowalski is an active member on the board of directors, and will continue to serve as an non-executive member. The successor for the new CEO position though is Frederic Cumenal, the president of the international luxury jewelry retailer. Frederic, 54 has been working for Tiffany & Co. since 2013 where he Read More →

Have you Seen Tiffany & Company’s Blue Book September 18th 1837 was a significant year for fashion jewelry. Charles Lewis Tiffany founded the couture jewelry store Tiffany & Co. The iconic blue box became an overnight sensation, even hundreds of years later our hearts skip a beat when we see the bluish green box put in front of our faces.  Starting in 1845, Tiffany & Co. published the illustrious “Blue Book”. This was a visual of one of a kind, immaculate designed rare jewels put together by only the best craftsman. This book is an annual presentation of the exceedingly Read More →

What your Engagement Ring Style says About you Buying an engagement ring isn’t as materialistic as it seems, this purchase is the moment where the definition of love, commitment and power shine through your relationship. It is an expensive investment that you will be wearing for the rest of your life. Subconsciously your ring style says a lot about your personality and how you hold yourself. Find out what your ring says about you!  Solitaire  A solitaire engagement ring is usually 4-6 prongs with one main center stone and a plain band. The setting is very simple, which goes the Read More →

60 Traditional Anniversary Gifts for Every Year of Marriage Marriage is more than just love, its commitment, loyalty and sharing every moment of your life cherishing your significant other. One other thing that gets swept under the rug is the traditional anniversary gifts. Since the Holy Roman Empire anniversary presents have become a part of the marriage. Imagine not receiving anything from your husband/wife, definitely a big no-no.  The list consists of a traditional list and a non-traditional list, but lets be honest who really knows about this without checking their sources. The traditional list consists of items that can Read More →

Tiffany & Co. Executive Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun stole more than 165 jewelry pieces which was of over $2 million dollars in value. She had been taking items since 2008 and finally was convicted December 23rd. Lederhaas-Okun pleaded guilty back in July and has been awaiting sentencing. She received 366 days in jail with a $250,000 bail. Tiffany & Co. gave many privileges to their executive staff including checking out jewelry temporarily. Instead of putting items back on the floor Lederhaas-Okun reported the jewelry as damaged or missing. Tiffany’s didn’t catch on until February 2013 and terminated her immediately. Some items that Read More →

Its the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: For Engagements! Tis’ the Season! Its that time of year again, no not just the holidays, it is officially engagement season! This is the time that couples have a tighter bond than ever before. Boyfriends start getting down on one knee and popping the question, “will you marry me?” Instead of going to Tiffany’s and spending a fortune take a step back and look at other places for inspiration this holiday season! There are certain rules that must be followed when deciding on what engagement ring is for you. The first rule Read More →

Newest Trend: Braided Engagement Ring Engagement ring styles come and go, but the latest fashion statement is the braided engagement ring. The ring is intertwining with beautiful pave set diamonds that give the appearance the ring setting is being braided. The ring is a split-shank setting where the two shanks intersect to form a beautiful twist shape. The braiding technique gives this ring a vintage styled look. If it isn’t obvious already Vintage is in! Many jewelry designers such as A. Jaffe and Tacori have made this style predominate and fashionable. Some great things about this type of ring is Read More →

3 Different Ways to Wear Your Engagement Ring Traditions are being broken with every new year we step in to. In the past engagement rings and wedding bands were always worn on the left ring finger. Why? The ancient Egyptians had a theory that there was an artery in your left ring finger that led exactly to your heart. In current times we are starting to build our own traditions instead of following those from people before us. The first way of wearing your engagement ring is ditching the “wearing it on a finger” look and putting the diamond or Read More →