Many of you are family with the prong setting, the most popular way to set a gemstone. A prong setting consists of typically four to
Here are a few of the terms you will want to understand when you think about jewelry hallmarks. Strike refers to the placement of the
Like any good rock hound, you probably have your fair share of loose gems or crystals in your collection. Sometimes it’s enough to own them
From the purity stamp to the maker’s mark, we explain the purpose of specific markings placed on jewelry.
Have you ever wondered what the different parts of your ring were called? A well-crafted ring is comprised of several different parts that each serve
Having a ring resized can be a mysterious process for most jewelry owners. Gem Shopping Network host, Shawn, offers a behind-the-scenes look at what happens