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March 2 2018

Instore Magazine

The Catherine Necklace in rose gold and black glass is featured in the March edition of Instore Magazine.

December 20 2017

The Daily Front Row – EDITOR’S PICK: DIAMONDS IN GLASS® GRACE EARRINGS

WHAT: Diamonds in Glass ‘Grace’ Earrings

WHY: While these dazzling diamonds may look like they come encased in Onyx, these illusion earrings are actual diamonds encased in glass with a tinted back. The 14-karat gold diamond earrings feature the gem floating in the center of the glass for a chic trompe l’œil effect. Because you need an ice breaker at your holiday parties. Consider this your conversation piece.

WHERE: $749, DiamondsinGlass.com

Read it on Fashion Week Daily.

 

December 12 2017

Shut Up I Love That by Taylor Davies

The Diamonds in Glass® Caroline Pedant in White Gold with a Blue Glass background was featured on Shut Up I Love That’s Blog and Instagram. The pendant is included in the Holiday Tip: Treat Yourself to a Holiday Heirloom-Worthy Piece story that shows the pendant as a modern day heirloom that can fit easily into your everyday jewelry looks. View it on her blog and Instagram.

December 12 2017

Rouge 18 by Amber Katz

The Caroline Pendant in White Gold with Clear Glass was featured on Rouge 18’s blog and Instagram. The necklace was included as a part of a series of Gift Guides that Amber creates based on favorite TV personalities and what they would want to be gifted. View the Gift Guide and see the Instagram post.

December 12 2017

Holiday Hot Tip: Treat Yourself to a Heirloom-Worthy Piece

I’ve mentioned before on the blog that most of the jewelry I wear everyday are heirloom pieces, passed down to me from my mom and aunts. I’m spoiled that way, since most of the pieces are real gold and precious stones. I get a lot of comments especially on my rings and necklaces—dainty and mismatched pieces that all look really cool together.

It’s been interesting to talk to my friends and colleagues about this, because often times they’ll lament that their family elders didn’t have these kinds of pieces, so building up a collection of timeless, high-quality jewelry is up to them. (Or a boyfriend or husband, if that’s your status, ha!)

Listen, I’ll be the first person to admit that throwing down major cash for a piece of jewelry is not always in my budget. However, occasions do arise. Some of my most successful gal pals have adopted the tradition of splurging on an investment piece when they hit personal goals and milestones—whether it be a promotion and work or hitting 100,000 followers on Instagram. (Yes, some of my friends are major #influencers.)

Here’s where Diamonds in Glass comes into the picture. What? Diamonds? For me and you? Yes. Their pieces all put the spotlight on singular diamonds set in a glass globe, which I had never seen before. The glass really amplifies the glam-factor of the floating gem, and has to be one of the most unique ways to set a precious stone that I’ve ever seen.

As someone who admittedly gets a little bit of a high from wearing conversation-starting jewelry, this design really revs my engines. So when DoG reached out to me about trying one of their pendants for myself, I kind of did that hearts-for-eyes emoji thing. I noticed immediately that the blue glass version of the Kate pendant resembled that ancient icon of protection, the evil eye. (If you’re not hip to the symbolism there, read up!) Since I’ve long-since lost the funky evil eye jewelry I collected on my study abroad trip to Greece, so a seriously upgraded version felt like a meaningful addition to my jewelry collection. (And as you know, I’m all about personal jewelry!)

Diamonds in Glass ‘Kate’ pendant ($449) styled with another pendant of mine }

When I’m in a more classic mood, I’ll wear the pendant solo over my favorite graphic t-shirts and crewneck cashmere sweaters. But when I’m feeling spicy (and willing to put in the effort in the a.m.), I’ll take the pendant itself and string it with some of my other favorite charms, like my sorority key and some tiny vintage gold tags from my mom.

Investing in jewelry is something that, as a single woman, I’ve come view as incredibly empowering. Anniversaries can mean something other than marriage, and special occasions can be created whenever you deem it appropriate. While I’m sure I’ll love to receive meaningful gifts from my significant other someday, in the meantime, I’m quite content—and I think you should be, too—in treating myself to special pieces that remind me of my strength, my independence, and all the good things that are yet to come.

December 12 2017

2017 Holiday Gift Guide: Helen Solloway Of ‘The Affair’ Edition

Sparkle, Neely, sparkle: This is the 2017 R18 Holiday Gift Guide. For more gift ideas, click here.

The Helen in your life has expensive taste and a refined sensibility, but a profound respect for the practical. Plus, she could use a little stunning sparkle in her life in the wake of her divorce. Between Noah and Vic, and her standard-issue life drama, she’s been through it in 2017, as most of us have, no?

The Helen in your life would be enchanted by The Diamonds In Glass Anne Necklace, which features a brilliant diamond suspended in glass on a 14K gold chain.

The illusion pendant appeals to her artistic sensibility, while the classic New York society woman in her always appreciates a diamond. It’s classic, it’s gorgeous, it’s unexpected, and it goes with everything. Each Diamonds In Glass piece boasts a 360-degree view of the diamond, which is conflict-free.

If a necklace isn’t her thing, the brand also offers gorgeous studs, rad rings, beautiful bracelets, and more.  There are also different colored backgrounds — blue and black, along with the clear one shown — for varied effects.  The 1/10 diamond size is $449.

Purchase the Anne Necklace here.