Getting someone the perfect jewelry gift is an art, especially during the holiday shopping season when you’re inundated with options at every turn!
To help you prioritize your choices and simplify your holiday shopping, start by choosing the right metal. When most of us think of fine jewelry, we think of gold and platinum. These are the most well-known of the noble metals and are most commonly used in jewelry. But they’re not your only options. Alternative jewelry metals are growing in popularity and are increasingly used by contemporary designers. Consider the innate qualities of each metal to be sure that you’re selecting the one that’s right for your jewelry gift.Read More >>
The to-do list around the holiday season seems endless! You’re busy attending events, hanging holiday decorations, sending cards…and then, you still have to find time to buy gifts! If your holiday shopping list includes a diamond or piece of diamond jewelry, GIA can help.
Here are 5 easy tips to help you choose the perfect diamond gift.Read More >>
So many designs, so many options! Choosing just the right jewelry piece for a woman can seem daunting. As the authoritative source on diamond and gem knowledge, GIA put together this holiday shopping guide to help give you the confidence to purchase a quality gemstone or piece of jewelry any woman will love.Read More >>
GIA’s 2014 Holiday Shopping Guides are here to help inspire your holiday shopping this season. Today, we discuss how to make the right choice when it comes to buying jewelry for men.Read More >>
As 2014 starts to gear up for the holiday buying rush, we thought it would be fun to look at how jewelry designers are reinventing earrings. From wonderfully versatile stud earrings to chandelier eaarrings with a bold modern touch, jewelry designers continue to push the envelope on these everyday fashion accessories.Read More >>
Consider the changing beauty of the humble leaf: it is a tender shoot in spring…a lush green canopy in summer…a blaze of reds, yellows, and purples in autumn. Jewelry designers have been captivated by them for centuries, turning Mother Nature’s displays into bejeweled creations.Read More >>