March Newsletter: Designer Marco Bicego, How to Buy an Engagement Ring and more
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NEWS & EVENTS
3.22.14 ESTATE JEWELRY EVENT
Vintage, antique and contemporary jewels. Select from a collection including georgian,
victorian, edwardian, art deco, retro, and cocktail periods
plus contemporary treasures, exotic gems and signed pieces.
DESIGNER OF THE MONTH: Marco Bicego
Italian designer Marco Bicego is known for his use of colored gemstones and hand craftmanship in his designs. The Marco Bicego brand combines old world tradition with contemporary design and conveys the typical values and details of Made in Italy. His designs reflect his dynamic personality and his passion for what he does shines through in his creations.
Browse Marco Bicego.
This gemstone derives its name from the Roman word "aqua" meaning water and mare meaning sea. The ancient Romans believed that the aquamarine was sacred to Neptune, the god of the sea. Early sailors wore the aquamarine as talismans engraved with the likeness of Neptune as protection against the dangers of the sea. Aquamarine varies in color from blue-green to a light sky blue. A gift of aquamarine symbolizes safety and security.
Buying a diamond. Those three little words can be very intimidating. Well, we're here to help you through the process and make it as easy for you as possible. Read more...
Rectangular in nature, trimmed corners are the signature of this diamond. This cut combines the elegance of the emerald shape with the brilliance of a round with its 62 facets. The radiant can be rectangular or square and looks beautiful in any setting.