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Four Things You Need To Know About Black Gold

BY : Emily Zimmer

And no, we do not mean coal! 

Now that winter has settled in, it is natural for our wardrobes to gear up for the change. We adopt darker clothing and pack up our summery colors and styles for summer 2018. While the days could not get any shorter and the sun sets far before 6 O’clock, we can’t help but feel the impact of the wintery darkness that has become the absolute norm, so why not embrace it?  

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Topics: Gold, Black Gold

White Gold Or Platinum? Let's Talk Men's Wedding Bands

BY : Emily Zimmer

While we’ve spent plenty of time talking about engagement rings, diamond rings, diamonds, selling diamonds, and even ring settings, we’ve yet to discuss the importance of choosing the right metal for the band of your wedding ring.

We’re going to spend some time talking about men’s wedding rings and how they roll.

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Topics: Platinum, Gold, White Gold, Sell Platinum, Sell Gold

Arm Cuffs: Yay or Nay?

BY : Esther Meir

Arm cuffs are once again making a huge fashion comeback, wrapping the arms of runway models, Hollywood celebrities, and neighborhood fashionistas.

But, as we’ve seen time and time again, just because people are wearing it, doesn’t mean it actually looks good (*cough cough* unicorn everything- where did that trend even come from??). 

So, the big question: should you actually be wearing arm cuffs?

 

Spoiler alert: we say YES.

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Topics: Gold, Jewelry, Silver, Colored Gems

How Gold Buyers Decide On A Price | Selling Gold Jewelry

BY : Teejay Andrews

Let's Talk About Gold Buyers & Prices... 

 

First, We Need To Answer:

What Are Gold Buyers?

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Topics: Selling Jewelry, Gold, Selling Gold

Ancient Byzantine Jewelry at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

BY : Taylor Carty

The Metropolitan Museum of Art otherwise known as the Met, is located on Fifth Avenue in New York City. The Met showcases over 5,000 years of art from around the world. Everyday, the met is visited by millions of people seeking to experience the various exhibits on display in the museum's two-million-square-foot building.

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Topics: Gold, Art