Travis Fowler

How to Customize Your Halo Engagement Ring and Make It Truly Yours

When shopping for engagement rings, you may find yourself drawn to the brilliance and charm of halo settings. Halo engagement rings are known for their stunning center diamond, encircled by smaller diamonds or gemstones, which create a halo effect. However, you may want to customize your halo engagement ring to make it unique and personal, reflecting your own style and taste. Take a look at some of the most popular and innovative ways to customize your halo engagement ring and make it truly yours. Read More 

How To Appreciate Antique Jewelry: A Guide For Beginners

Antique jewelry reflects different eras and regions' design styles, techniques, materials, and stamps. Several aspects of antique jewelry make it fascinating and unique. Design Style Antique jewelry has a unique design style. The design style of a piece of jewelry can reveal a lot about the period and culture it came from. For example, Victorian jewelry often features intricate patterns, floral motifs, and sentimental symbols like hearts, locks, and keys. Read More 

Three Ways To Wear Crawler Earrings

If you've recently seen a celebrity wearing crawler earrings in some videos or you've seen an online advertisement for this unique type of jewelry, you might be excited to buy a pair for yourself. Many fine jewelry stores carry many different pairs of crawler earrings, so you can browse what's available and choose a pair that resonates with you. While you might be keen to wear these earrings in the conventional manner, you also have the option of wearing them in some other ways, too. Read More 

3 Tips For Picking The Right Wedding Band

Many women spend a lot of time thinking about what they want their engagement rings to look like. Unfortunately, this same amount of time isn't spent thinking about the right wedding band. Since you will be wearing both your engagement ring and wedding band on a daily basis, they need to complement one another. Here are three tips that you can use to ensure you pick the right wedding band to celebrate your union. Read More 

Fair And Square Cut Diamonds: Dividing Up Heirloom Jewelry Fairly

Heirlooms are inherited, which means that they are the one piece of fine jewelry you can receive and never have to worry about paying for. If you are going over the estate of a relative and there is no direction for who gets heirloom jewelry, dividing up the jewelry is now a job for the estate executor and those who are inheriting from the estate. If you want to split up heirlooms in a no muss, no fuss manner that is fair for everyone, here is exactly how you can divvy up the gems of the estate. Read More