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What Size Diamond is Right for your Hand?

January 19, 2024

Diamond engagement rings are simply not “one-size-fits-all” and when you are shopping for yourself or a lover, keep these handy tips in mind for choosing the right stone.

At first, this question might seem simply answered, “it’s all about what you can afford.” Yet many other factors should influence your design decisions and will make a big visual impact when you wear your diamond ring.

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Montana Sapphire Engagement Rings

November 23, 2023

Something Blue, Made Just for You!

Montana Sapphire engagement rings are having a moment and there's more to it than their beautiful delicate colors, almost-like-diamond durability, and ethical “Made in the USA… see the full article

Why Fancy Diamonds ROCK

July 27, 2023

Have you been considering a colorful stone for your engagement ring and/or wedding band? With several stone options out there that offer many color varieties, the choices seem endless. However, when other stones get compared against a Fancy Colored Diamond, the benefits of going with a diamond start to vastly outweigh any other stone choice. see the full article

A Complete Checklist for Designing Your Perfect Engagement Ring (and Wedding Ring!)

July 20, 2023

Your engagement ring and wedding ring are symbols of eternal love and commitment, cherished jewelry that will forever adorn your fingers. Designing the perfect engagement ring is an exciting journey that allows you to express your unique love story and personal style. To help you navigate this comp… see the full article

How to Capture Your Love in a Mountain Wilderness

July 06, 2023

Mountains settle the soul.  "Climb every mountain!" is a directive that has pulled on millions of souls around the world.   
I love going to the mountains.  Hiking, camping, or just driving through; time in the mountains seem to put things into perspective.  It's funny; the first date that my husband and I went on was actually camping.  And, two years later, on our honeymoon, more than half of the three weeks was spent camping.
When I spend a day or two in the mountains, my mind clears from all the mundane garbage that seems to collect, and I feel a greater sense of clarity. As John Muir put it, "The clearest way to the universe is through a forest wilderness." see the full article

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