Isadoras antique jewelry

Monthly Archives: August 2015

  • Piece of the Week: Cabochon Cut Tourmaline Ring

    Piece of the Week: Red Tourmaline RingI adore a cabochon cut gemstone, particularly in a deep red hue. And this fine estate cabochon cut red tourmaline ring is truely phenomenal with a halo of sparkling diamonds. Whenever I see a stone like this, I recall a client's comment after buying a perfect cabochon cut garnet ring. She said, and I am paraphrasing, 'It felt as if a perfect glass of red wine had been poured into the stone".

  • Revealed . . . Our New Logo

    For the last several years we, at Isadoras Antique Jewelry, have been seeking inspiration for a new logo (or emblem) for the store. Being very discerning and/or picky we could not come to a consensus.

    That is until owners, Laura & Elizabeth, found this beautiful antique pin on a trip to Italy. Lovers of both crosses and the fleur-de-lis they had never seen a piece like this and fell immediately in love. So in love that the store's graphic designer, Maria, turned it into our new logo.

    Isadoras Antique Jewelry Business Cards #isadoras #antiquejewelry (1)

    I hope you like it as much as we do.

    Special thanks to Girlie Press for their beautiful print work!

  • Piece of the Week: Antique Diamond Earrings

    Piece of the Week- Golden Beryl Ring #isadorasDangling Old Mine Cut Diamonds (Miners Cut Diamonds), these antique diamond earrings are simply irresistible. The cut of the stone is my very favorite. And the slight dangle allows the facets to catch the light to a greater degree than a true stud. Versatile and beautiful, these antique diamond earrings are the perfect everyday earring.

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