This past March, the Jewelry Information Center, posted their observations of the hottest trends for fine jewelry this spring.
For Earrings, the Button is back. Very popular throughout the 50’s and 80’s, this classic look comes back with a modern twist. Pave diamond clusters and other smaller designs appeal to women of all ages. To get the absolute most versatility from a new pair of earrings, consider the Gottlieb & Sons Convertible Earring Jackets. With over 50 designs, you can get the “button” look with your own stud earrings. When the time is right, convert them into a dangle earring, and give yourself three distinct looks from one pair of studs.
The Necklaces gaining popularity this spring are inspired by big bold scarves. This look usually has tassels of some sort, similar to the Gottlieb & Sons’ style 28637B. This thick black cord necklace holds a black and white diamond conical swirl slide and is finished off with diamond and Black Agate ends.
The popularity of the Large Cuff Bracelet is waning, partly due to high gold prices and changing styles. Open Gold designs will be popular. Now more than ever, woman are appreciating the uniqueness of alternative gems and metals like Blackened Sterling Silver and Green Amethyst. Jewelry needs to be unique, versatile and durable to get into the jewelry boxes of women today and Gottlieb & Sons jewelry is just that.
Jewelers from across America voted on their favorite jewelry in different categories and Gottlieb & Sons’ convertible earring jackets WON! Our innovative design allows you to wear Diamond Studs three different ways.
We want to say Thank You, to all the jewelers that voted for us. We are truly grateful.
Instore Magazine featured Gottlieb & Sons’ Convertibles in their new section called Opening Lines. Keep up with Instore for all the latest industry news. Thank you, Instore!
Thinking of proposing on the ultimate romance day of the year? Make
February 14th unforgettable for her. “Place roses and rose petals around
the room and light candles everywhere. Create a CD of romantic music
and have it playing when she comes home. Invite her to dance with you
and spend the evening whispering sweet nothings in her ear as you dance.
Have the last song be Martina McBride's 'Valentine' and as it ends, get
down on one knee and propose.” This is just one marriage proposal idea
out of many that are listed on RomanceStuck.com.
RomanceStuck.com features breathtaking proposal ideas if you’re planning
to propose on a special occasion such as a holiday, during a certain
season, or while traveling. Whether it is that you’re planning to
propose during a certain holiday like Valentine’s Day, during your
summer vacation together at Disney World or if you decide to send your
loved one on a treasure hunt for her ring, there are plenty of ideas for
you to explore.
Read more here
Many questions come up about how to safely clean jewelry, especially fine and bridal jewelry. Glamour Weddings shares a quick 10 second trick that is safe on traditional diamonds and all metals. So what’s the secret?
Photo: Flickr/Tela Chhe
Rubbing alcohol! A simple rubbing alcohol wipe can put the sparkle back
in the jewelry most precious to you.
The next time you notice your jewelry lost its “bling” factor, try the
rubbing alcohol wipe. For other gentle and effective ways to clean your
jewelry, click here.
Inspired by the timelessness of Audrey Hepburn, tailored dress and Mad Men – vintage engagement ring styles are back. From the beautiful and elegant hand engravings on the side to the diamonds around the crown, Gottlieb & Sons put a unique twist on these traditional engagement rings.
Glamour Magazine featured a one-of-a-kind proposal in stop-motion! Walt
Thompson spent 22 hours taking pictures of his Legos – 2,600 to be exact
– and edited them to create an incredible stop-motion proposal video.
This thoughtful video includes special elements of their relationship,
such as how the couple met and activities they do together.
See the video here
Would you say YES?
Want some great DIY wedding ideas to give your wedding a personal touch?
Martha Stewart Weddings has some great ideas to get you started,
including custom banners, ribbon reminders for your wedding date,
hand-made hanging lanterns, and much more.
Get more ideas here and add a little creativity to your big day!
We love to hear about marriage proposals that are creative and
special. The New York Times featured the engagement stories of several
couples from this past year.
Image via The New York Times/Tom Bloom
The proposals vary from a gentleman dropping to one knee on stage
during a theater performance to a proposal in the midst of Paris’ most
We celebrate these engagements because they are unique and
timeless memories that each couple will remember for the rest of their
Read the full article here.