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November 2022 Gemologist Jewelry Pick of the Month - Vintage Onyx & Diamond Bracelet - J39912

It is easy to see why our Graduate Gemologist, Graydon Gesner, selected this striking Vintage Onyx and Diamond Bracelet as his November Jewelry Pick of the Month. This lovely Bracelet is crafted in Platinum, the king of metals, and features eight 8mm Natural Round Bezel Set Cabochon Black Onyx. The Onyx are separated with .50ct. Apx. T.W. of Round Brilliant Cut Diamonds in a flower design. The clarity is VS2-SI1 with...

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Jewelry Definitions

When selecting the vintage engagement ring and wedding bands for yourself and your fiancé, it is important to know a little something about jewelry terminology. Settings Bezel Setting The diamond sits on a plate of platinum or gold and is surrounded by a wall of metal that is perpendicular to the plate. Prong Setting Prong setting is different from bezel setting in that equal parts of the bezel are removed...

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Petri Jewelers & Petri 1.10ct. Diamond Antique Engagement Ring - J37162

Edward Petri Jewelers and manufacturers was founded by Edward Petri in 1922. His firm created and manufactured jewelry in the European fashion using platinum, the king of metals, with diamonds and fine gemstones.He was considered to be one of the finest jewelers of his time. The third owner is currently Charles (Charlie) F. Walker and he continues to hand fabricate and custom make jewelry with equipment from the 1890's.   ...

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C. D. Peacock & Peacock Diamond Antique Wedding Set - J37050

Founded in 1837, Elijah Peacock moved to Chicago from England to continue his watch and jewelry business which began three generations before.His son, Charles (C.D.) was born in 1838 and inherited the business after his father retired. Robert Peacock and W. C. Peacock, sons of C. D. Peacock, continued the business as President and Secretary-Treasurer.   In 1969, the parent company of Marshall Fields, Dayton Hudson Corp, bought the C....

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