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Stone Series: 7 Things You Did Not Know About Opals

BY : Andro Yuson

 

 

It’s just March but we just can’t wait to follow-up our stone series with one of our most favorite precious stones: the Opal. The opal is actually known as being the official October birthstone. We know, we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

 

There is SO MUCH to learn about the opal and we’re not even sure if we could cover everything in this blog. We just hope you take away something after reading the latest installment to our stone series. Without further ado, let Luriya walk you through seven things you (probably) didn’t know about opals!

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Why Is My Watch So Expensive?

BY : Guest Contributor

 

Here’s the scenario. You’re walking through a mall, when a jewelry display catches your eye. But this isn’t your typical diamond ring case – this is something else altogether. Rows upon rows of watches are neatly laid out in expert fashion, just enough to show the watch, but not enough so that you’ll have to ask the sales associate for a closer look. The options seem endless – Rolex, Jaeger LeCoultre, Patek Philippe, and others you’ve never even heard of.

 

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Topics: selling watches, Sell Watches, selling rolex, selling my rolex nyc, selling rolex nyc, selling watches nyc, Selling Your Rolex, sell watches nyc

Valentine's Day 2020 Gift Guide | Top Jewelry Gifts for Valentine's Day

BY : Beatrice Viri

The most romantic day of the year is fast approaching -- Valentine’s day! Are you looking for something for your loved one this holiday, or single and set on spoiling yourself? Jewelry and gemstones are obviously quite popular gifts to bestow on your significant other (and to pamper yourself with). Many gemstones are believed to have properties that bring success to relationships (whether you’re looking for one or in one), and they’re beautiful to boot!

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Topics: Selling Jewelry, Estate Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewelry, Buying Jewelry, Celtic Jewelry, Jewelry Care, sell jewelry, wearing jewelry, sell jewelry nyc

What Exactly Are Eternity Rings?

BY : Guest Contributor

Yep. We’re just as confused as you are.

 

You may have seen an eternity ring and have been captivated by that small, perfect circle of diamond brilliance that surrounds it. Maybe you even wear one or maybe you have given one to someone significant in your life. But have you ever asked yourself what it is? Its importance? And how did it become a symbol of eternal love?

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Topics: Selling Jewelry, Estate Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewelry, Buying Jewelry, Celtic Jewelry, Jewelry Care, sell jewelry, wearing jewelry, sell jewelry nyc

Coin Selling Made Easy: A Quick Guide

BY : Guest Contributor

 

 

Maybe you inherited a large coin collection recently, or a coin caught your eye when you got handed change. Either way, if you’re looking to sell a coin, it can be hard to know if you’re getting a good deal when you sell it. Many people think that coin prices are only based on how old the coin is. In fact, there are many more determinants than age alone. Just like diamonds get graded on their “4 C’s”, coins are graded on the following characteristics:

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Topics: Selling Coins, Coins