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Mounds of Colorful Diamonds Designer Jewelry / Gift Ideas / Proposal / Rings / Unique Jewelry

The jewelry fashion world has loved colored gemstones for a very long time.  The concept of colored glass in the place of a real gem with coloring was a very popular one until modern science allowed for longer lasting synthetic stones which are filled with multiple shadings and do not shatter at the least impact.  Yet, diamonds will always be the best precious gemstone available...

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Hidalgo: A Designer Above the Rest Designer Jewelry / Unique Jewelry

Where should you go for your next jewelry purchase, and which jewelry designers should you trust to produce quality styles at an affordable price?  An easy first place to look is at the designer jewelry of Hidalgo since the company makes sure everyone knows that their motto includes high quality, alluring fashion for a reasonable cost.  Hidalgo jewelry may not be the most common household...

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Rings of Royalty Designer Jewelry / Proposal / Unique Jewelry

Every little girl wants to be a princess at some time in her life—whether she simply wants a tiara for her third birthday or if she is a lifetime princess with a fascination for all princess related things.  One little girl who has now grown into a young woman will finally get her wish.  When Kate Middleton marries Prince William, a new generation of girls...

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Rings / Unique Jewelry

When people think of diamonds, they tend to picture a large crystal clear gem that sparkles brilliantly under florescent lighting and signals an eternal love.  The only time color comes into play is when light hits the angles of the gemstone just right to cause a type of prism effect that allows for several colors to reflect on nearby objects.  However, the rise in popularity...

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Party Like It’s 700BCE With Etruscan Jewelry Unique Jewelry

The Etruscans were an ancient civilization that inhabited the northwestern portion of Italy, now known as Tuscany, until they were assimilated into the Roman Republic during the first century before the Common Era.  The origins of this little known culture have been lost to time since they were so easily pulled into the fold of the Roman Empire during its early stages of take overs,...

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