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For week two of our alternative bridal trends, we’ve got even more unusual stones and unique settings.
It’s a category so big we had to divide it between two weeks.
It’s all in the stars.
With wild animals in the news these days, it’s great to see some beasts immortalized in gold and gems for everlasting enjoyment.
While diamonds are always a girl’s best friend, the time is ripe for diamonds of all colors to share the stage.
Animals have been cast in gold and gems since the dawn of time, which mirrors the love people have for their pets.
In honor of Princess Charlotte of Cambridge’s christening and, perhaps, with a nod to the popularity of shows such as Game of Thrones, heraldic imagery is being seen around every corner these days.
There’s something so romantic and vaguely retro about charm bracelets; they evoke an image of summer vacations when charms were purchased at every stop along the way.
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