Never one to leave the house without jewels on, it is only fitting that owner Grace of Jewels by Grace is just as sparkly as her inventory in real life. True to form, so is her personality and radiant smile. It was so great to finally see her jewelry in person! Like myself, most people cannot wait to see what is posted next on the Jewels by Grace social media pages. The pictures posted on their accounts are breath-taking and oh so stunning! Most photos are thanks to Natalie who has been working with Grace for a little over a year now. Grace has been in the industry for 10 years and has developed a loyal following in those 10 years, with Natalie’s work on Instagram being able to introduce the brand to a whole new audience of 40k+ followers who all comment, like and scuffle over each photo or video. The duo is just as excited and enthusiastic about their jewelry as their fans and loyal customers. Grace fosters a special kind of relationship with her clients–one that starts with a purchase at one point in their lives, and continually happens on special occasions until, before they realize it, an entire collection all coming from Jewels by Grace has been formed. Lifelong customers is Grace’s main goal and philosophy.
Upon seeing each ring being pulled out and put onto the velvet-lined tray, I thought for a second I may have died and gone to heaven! Each piece being so unique and amazing. Grace also pulled out her insane personal moi et toi bypass ring that looks identical to mine, only hers is bigger–a ring I’ve been dying to see in person for so long! The bangles that she creates using Old European cut diamonds, grey and champagne diamonds, and different fancy cuts are high-quality, stackable pieces that are so collectable. I also love the large, diamond encrusted Art Deco brooches she repurposes as bangles. Grace brought along three pictured above–two in which were done with a wide, yellow gold matte finish and the other done in white gold with a thinner design.
Jewels by Grace has a pair of huge Old Mine cut diamond earrings which she has dubbed the Olsen Twins, which are probably the most perfect pair of earrings I’ve seen in all my life! Trying them on was dreamy to say the least! Grace also brought along an Art Deco diamond line bracelet set with a central sapphire and a diamond pendant that dangles a gorgeous pear-cut diamond from the bottom! So much goodness, so little time! It was an absolute pleasure to hang out with Grace and Natalie while basking in the jewels. Thank you!!
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