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Q & A Interviews

Q & A with Temple St. Clair

Temple St. Clair is a name synonymous with beauty, elegance, craftsmanship and wanderlust. The fine jewelry line which first began in the late 1980s by Temple herself has grown tremendously over the last 30+ years, mirroring the designer's tastes, travels and creative endeavors. Learn more about the designer in our latest interview! Read More

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Q & A Interviews

Need to Fix Some Broken Jewelry? I Recommend Quick Jewelry Repairs

For most people, the Internet and Instagram have opened up a whole new world with buying and selling vintage and antique jewelry. You don’t have to blame where you live as to why you can’t find some amazing pieces of jewelry because with Instagram, it is as simple… Read More

Q & A Interviews

Q & A with Aleda of Always Aleda

As a blogger, you always remember your devoted readers–those who have been reading since the very beginning and continue to be loyal “likers, commenters, cheerleaders”. One of those special people for me would have to be Aleda–she has been reading my blog for years! Her loyalty has evolved into… Read More

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Q & A Interviews

Don’t Miss The Brilliance of Wallace Chan at TEFAF NY

Stare for a moment at the breath-taking work of Wallace Chan, a jewelry designer who comes from Hong Kong, and you’ll realize there’s an enchanting allure to his whimsical world and there’s more going on than just a pretty piece of jewelry. From structured metals that… Read More

Q & A Interviews

Q & A with Shelley Gibbs Sanders of The Last Line

Discovering new jewelry brands that are trailblazing in unique ways is my absolute favorite–that is why I jumped for joy after learning about The Last Line, a new project recently launched by jewelry veteran Shelley Gibbs Sanders. Bold colors, chic and iconic pieces…and, wait for it…AMAZING prices!… Read More

Museum Exhibits

Q & A and Visit with Emily Stoehrer of MFA Boston

After a long and exciting week in Boston, I had a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts set up to feed my jewelry history cravings. One of my favorite things about my love and passion for jewelry is learning! Museum exhibits are such a great way to… Read More