As January comes to an end and it becomes colder outside (at least for us in Northeast US), we start looking forward to the next bright light – Valentine’s Day. Celebrated as the Hallmark day of love, Valentine’s Day is one of the most notorious days to give presents to your loved ones. It can seem a bit daunting but whether this is a new relationship, or one that has survived both World Wars, TriJewels is here with the perfect gift no matter your relationship status. We even have something special for the single folks that want to show a little extra self-love this year!
The Serious Ones
You might be in it for the long haul with your significant other. Wedding Wire, one of the most premier wedding websites, calls this time of the year, the MOST engagement ready period. If you’re ready to get down on one knee, there is no better place to get your ring than TriJewels. With several unique collections, and a very dedicated customer service, we can get your ring ready in a matter of days! We understand that proposals are no joke nowadays so we’re here for you every step of the way. Check out our engagement rings online!
The Long Time Love
Got the big ring already? Kids are on the way or maybe already out of the house? Valentine’s Day has lost its appeal a long time ago but you’re willing to get something that can spark up the romance this year? Look no further – go and buy one of our tennis bracelets! Available in diamonds, lab grown diamonds, and almost every gemstone, you can get the gift that really makes a statement this year. Let your never ending love shine a bit brighter this year with our unique bracelet styles like Tiara or Nancie.
New To Love
Butterflies in your stomach and sweaty hands? This gift is perfect for those people newer to love! No matter where you are in your life, your partner is sure to love this little token of appreciate this year. It’s timeless and goes right to the point. We’re talking about the Diamond Heart, of course! With varying sizes and styles, TriJewels’ hearts are sure to capture anyone’s heart. This is also the perfect gift for children and family members in your life!
The Just Friends
Whew, we have all been there – the crush phase! Maybe they are someone you are actually just friends with or maybe someone you want more with, a way to show your love is with TriJewels stud earrings! These classic jewelry pieces are a must in everyone’s collection so we’re sure they will be appreciated by everyone. Available in every size and gemstone, you can match this piece with the budget you have while getting something they will appreciate!
For Your Galentines
With Ariana Grande’s phenomenal song, “7 Rings”, we think it’s only appropriate to appreciate the wonderful Galentines out there! For those of who don’t know, Galentines are your Valentines but just your favorite girlfriends celebrating and loving each other! For this type of gift, we highly suggest our vast collection of hoop earrings! They can be cute, pretty, big, or badass but they are the perfect accessory for every Galentine in your life. You can also buy matching ones, like Ariana did for her friends!
The Self – Love
Valentine’s Day definitely seems like the day where everyone is sharing love, but we can’t forget self-love! As we work harder for our lives and family, we at TriJewels firmly believe that everyone deserves to show themselves love. What better way to do that than an everlasting token of your love and hard work? A token that you can proudly wear every day and that makes you smile. A token that truly reminds you of how great you are! This is why we firmly stand behind people who buy jewelry for themselves. Jewelry doesn’t have to be a gift for or from someone else. You can buy it and you can proudly wear it too – it’s our version of you having your cake and eating it too! For perfect self – love presents, check out our collection of eternity bands. As a very popular jewelry piece and our best selling collection, this addition will only make you sparkle more.
At the end of the day, Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love. Whether it is small or big, between 5 galentines or self-love, love is love is love is love.
And because we love you, we are having 15% OFF storewide right now. What more reason than that do you need?
Which gemstone is the right fit for your personality? Are you passionate and courageous? Do you cherish peace and harmony above all else? Is your personality rooted in tradition with a taste for expensive things? Whatever your personality might be, there is a gem for you!
A gemstone will last a lifetime and should be selected with care. The right stone should resonate with your personality by bringing beauty and joy into your life while the wrong stone is likely to end up buried at the bottom of your jewelry box. Take the time to do a bit of research and reflect upon your needs, wants, and personality to ensure that you end up with the perfect stone.
To help set you on the path to your ideal gemstone, here is a guide to the four most common precious stones.
So this is really big news as per FTC(Federal Trade Commission) a lab grown diamond can now be called Diamond, it is not synthetic but actual Diamond which can be categorized as Cultured Diamond.
The FTC’s previous definition of a diamond stated: “A diamond is a natural mineral consisting essentially of pure carbon crystallized in the isometric system.” This is no longer applicable, the commission said Tuesday. The new listing does not include the word “natural.”
“When the commission first used this definition in 1956, there was only one type of diamond product on the market — natural stones mined from the earth,” the FTC said. “Since then, technological advances have made it possible to create diamonds in a laboratory. These stones have essentially the same optical, physical and chemical properties as mined diamonds. Thus, they are diamonds.”
In the ever-changing jewelry industry, new techniques and ideas keep coming up and throw few challenges at our door steps. One challenge in particular is: what is better, natural or lab grown diamonds?
The History of BirthStone
The idea of birthstones – a gemstone assigned to each month of the year – is thought to be an ancient one, and scholars trace it back to the Breastplate of Aaron that was described in the book of Exodus in the Bible. The Breastplate was a religious garment set with twelve gemstones that represented the twelve tribes of Israel. The gems were set in four rows of three: Sardius, topaz and carbuncle; emerald, sapphire and diamond; ligure, agate and amethyst; and beryl, onyx and jasper.
So how did we get from gemstones representing the twelve tribes of Israel to birthstones? The writings of Flavius Josephus (1st century AD) and St. Jerome (5th century AD) made the connection between the 12 stones in the Breastplate and the 12 signs of the zodiac. The idea was proposed that each of the gemstones had special powers associated with the corresponding astrological sign, and that wearing these stones at the right time would have therapeutic or talismanic benefits.
For individuals who were born within the month of a specific gemstone, that would become their birthstone.
An engagement ring is a ring indicating that the person wearing it is engaged to be married, especially in Western cultures. In Western countries, engagement rings are worn mostly by women, and rings can feature diamonds or other gemstones.
In some other cultures men and women wear matching rings. In some cultures, engagement rings are also used as wedding rings.
Before agreeing to marry, a couple may choose to buy and wear pre-engagement rings, also called promise rings. After marrying, the couple may wear both engagement rings and wedding rings, or if they prefer, only the wedding rings.
Types of Engagement Ring Offered by TriJewels
As we all know color of gold in natural form is yellow, bright yellow color specially 24K naturally found in mother earth.
Recently I feel over period of 20 years more and more people are wanting different colors of metal to wear.
Platinum was heavily advertised in early 2000’s but it being an expensive metal and heavy metal to wear, we jewelers started looking for alternative to platinum which could be cheaper and lighter to wear.
First, we tried silver but it was too light and very inexpensive and oxidizes faster, so we started experimenting with gold itself, with help of Alloys we started mixing it pure gold and come up with different gold colors in different purity form and that is how gold of different colors were born with time.