Is always on April 23rd in the USA
Lover’s Day, is the perfect day for romance and perhaps…marriage!?
If marriage is in the air?
We have the finest Wedding rings, groom jewelry and more.
Yes! We have Certified loose diamonds to choose from.
Yes! We have large gemstones for the center stone in a Wedding ring set.
Yes! We custom design YOUR DREAM RING with you one step at a time.
The best known expression of love? Remains a wedding ring.
We have over 40 years of manufacturing our own fine jewelry.
Our business is a one family owned and operated.
Our owner is a Graduate Gemologist that is Recognized as a Court Expert in Gemstones
And we are a direct WHOLESALE Jeweler to every customer.
Come and shop where the jewelers come to shop for their jewelry stores.
A trusted direct dealer around the world.
Lover’s Day brings forth from the shy or timid to pop the question? Seek their partner! Share their love.
It is a wonderful day to sit outside and share the sky.
Princess Di’s wedding ring was a center blue gem rather than the USA choice of a central diamond.
We design both. And, we do have the gemstones on hand.
Tips from Family Jewels and Silver
Caring for your jewelry:
Gemstones are among the most enduring of nature’s creations. With just a little care, your fine jewelry will keep its good looks forever.
To keep your gems sparkling, clean them often. Especially,when dust and fingerprints dim their brilliance.
The best way to clean fine jewelry is in a bowl of warm water with a few drops of ordinary dish detergent (like Dawn). Using an old toothbrush or other very soft brush, scrub gently behind the stone where dust and soap can collect. Then just rinse and pat dry with a soft cloth.
A home ultrasonic cleaner can be used to clean ruby, sapphire, diamond, amethyst, citrine, garnets, and unadorned gold and platinum jewelry but shouldn’t be used to clean emerald, peridot, pearls or silver jewelry. When in doubt, don’t use it. That simple.
To protect the beauty of your jewelry, don’t keep it in a tangle in a jewelry box. Remember, gems can scratch metal or each other. Store each piece separately or wrap each one in tissue paper or a soft cloth. When you travel, make sure your jewelry pieces don’t rub against each other in your bag.
Be careful when removing your jewelry to wash your hands. Don’t leave your jewelry on the rim of a sink where it can slip down the drain! Remove gemstone rings and bracelets before vigorous exercise or working with your hands. Some gem varieties might be damaged with a sharp blow. When taking off your rings, don’t pull them off by the gemstone: this won’t damage the gem but it can, over time, stretch the metal prongs that holds it in place, making the setting less secure.
Loose prongs could mean lost gemstone from the setting?
Have a jeweler check the prongs. Most do this for FREE like we do.
Keep jewelry away from chlorine and other household chemicals.
You won’t have to clean jewelry as often if you put it on “after” applying hairspray, perfume, and cosmetics. Always make sure it is dry and clean by wiping with a cloth before putting it away.