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Q & A Interviews

Q & A with Audrey & Wolf Antiques

SPONSORED Aesthetically pleasing in every way possible, Audrey & Wolf Antiques is a feast for the eyes, both on Instagram and online with their website. In a time where it seems as though competition amongst antique jewelry sellers is at an all time high, Audrey & Wolf stands… Read More

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My Jewel Box

Custom Newborn Footprint Gold Charm from Bling Advisor

I think at this point we all know my obsession with finding charms that represent my son — so far I’ve collected as many “G” initials as I could, had his silhouette made, his birth stats handstamped, I created a breastfeeding charm after not finding anything I liked… Read More

Designer Jewelry

Opal Obsession — The Newest Parle Gems x Gem Gossip Collaboration

Exactly one year ago I launched my first collaboration with gemstone experts Parle Gems. Our focus was on Intarsia because of my obsession with this intricate gemstone inlay artistry and they had a bunch sitting in their vault, waiting to come to life! Now we’re… Read More

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My Jewel Box

Custom Portrait Silhouette Charm from Le Papier Studio

Since having my son Gino I’ve become overly obnoxious about having every little keepsake possible out there in the jewelry world that can be personalized to represent him. Whether that entails engraving his name, a cute letter G, his zodiac, his birthstone, his Chinese New Year animal…you… Read More

Education & Advice

Demystifying Opal — What is Boulder Opal

One of my favorite gemstones is OPAL — so it comes as no surprise I often sell lots of opal pieces over on shopGemGossip. Recently, I sold out of the boulder opal pendants I posted, which gained a lot of attention for their beauty but also a… Read More

Guest Posts

Q & A with Catherine Sarr of Almasika Jewelry

The cowrie shell plays a fundamental role in the collections of Catherine Sarr, the French designer behind Almasika Fine Jewelry—and there’s little wonder why. The cowrie, a mollusk which originates in the Indian Ocean, was utilized as money in various parts of the world for at… Read More