These pieces make great gifts for your partner, sister, brother, mother, father, in-laws or someone else special in your life. The designs featured are available online and in our store located in Downtown Marquette.
Engagement Ring Trends
Baguette diamonds are back! We've seen a lot of love for interesting shaped stones this year, with Baguette being the accent stone couples have been asking about.
Colored center stones are a popular choice for couples seeking something unique. This Morganite ring was the most looked at engagement ring.
Nature inspired designs have been trending this year. Leaves, branches and waves have all been present in this year's popular looks. This leaf inspired setting is a new design we got this year, and we love it!
We're often asked "did Chris make this?" Some pieces in the store he makes start to finish, some he sets the stones in, and some he doesn't touch at all. Here are a few highlight of pieces that he made. Note that Chris doesn't make chains, just the pendants.
Mother of Pearl is the nacre coating in the mollusk shell. This pair of earrings pairs this organic materials with nature inspired design to create an adorable pari of earrings.
When you hear Topaz, does the color blue or yellow come to mind? What about hot pink? Frank Reubel Designs features fun, vibrant colors, like the Hot Pink Topaz featured in these earrings.
Speaking of Topaz, London Blue Topaz is a specific blue hue that is darker than traditional Blue Topaz. This rings shows off that subtle shaded coloring of the London Blue tone.
Have you heard of Moonstone? This gemstone has taken the jewelry world by storm recently. It is known for it's glowing sheen and has recently been named an alternative birthstone for June.
More love for Morganite! This pink stone is a member of the Beryl family. As you saw earlier, it makes a great engagement ring stone. But that's not the only way to wear it! We love how gorgeous it looks as earrings. It's the perfect accessory for anyone with a Morganite engagement ring.
Modern Twists on Classic Stones
Diamonds look good in all colors of metal, so why not mix the metals? Two tone jewelry has been gaining steam. It's no longer a faux-pas to wear white and yellow gold at the same time. This pendant shows how stunning a Diamond looks with both metals.
Two Tone Diamond Pendant - Sold Out
Emerald is a beautiful stone. Instead of one big emerald, this pendant brings a number of small emeralds together to create a swatch of color.
Two is better than one! It's typical to see a single pearl in a piece of jewelry, but this ring takes it to the next level with a second pearl in a vertical stack.
Another piece with multiples! This ring has the look of a band because it brings together Rubies in a linear fashion.
White Gold Ring with Rubies and Diamonds - Sold Out
Do the twist! Twisted bands give an element of dimension to a simple design.
Prongs don't have to be basic. We're seeing more and more prong work that adds a design to the piece. These Peridot earrings have a sculptural prong that gives a new look to classic stud earrings.
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