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    Designers,  Watches

    Designer Spotlight: Raymond Weil

    One of the most unique watch lines we carry is Raymond Weil, a relatively new brand that has made huge waves in the world of watchmaking. It was founded in 1976 by Mr. Raymond Weil, who dreamed of bringing the art of music into the art of Swiss watchmaking. By 1983, his dream had become reality.

    The Amadeus collection, named after the famous Mozart, was the first in a tradition of music-inspired watch lines, which continues to this day with collections like Tango, Parsifal, and Maestro.

    From the Maestro collection, we have a limited edition Beatles Sgt. Pepper’s watch, which features a black and gold dial, a vegan leather strap and comes in a Beatles keepsake box. The case back bears the Beatles logo and offers a view into the self-winding mechanical movement.

    This Beatles Sgt. Pepper Limited Edition watch is one of only 3000 worldwide – available here!

    Bob Marley is another legendary artist who was honored with a limited edition watch design by Raymond Weil. From the Tango collection, this all-stainless-steel watch features the iconic black lion on its dial plus yellow, red and green accents. The case back features an engraving of Marley’s signature and the line “TIME WILL TELL” from the Kaya album.

    This Limited Edition Bob Marley watch is one of only 1500 worldwide – available here!

    But it isn’t just the creativity of Raymond Weil we love so much—it’s also the dedication to innovation. For example, the ladies’ Shine collection features an easy-to-use interchangeable bracelet system that’s exclusive to the brand, making it simpler than ever to go from a sleek, all stainless steel bracelet to a fashionable leather band—it’s like getting two watches for the price of one!

    Not to mention, Raymond Weil is an independent family-owned business, which is always a plus for us! For three generations, Raymond Weil has earned its place among the best of the luxury watch brands and has never forgotten its original source of inspiration: an enduring love of music.

    Check out our Raymond Weil collection right here on our website or see it all in person at one of our stores! We’d love to show you these special watches, featuring quartz and mechanical movements, sometime soon!

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    Two Day Sale!

    We’re so excited to invite you to our annual Two Day Sale event—our biggest sale of the year! Stop by November 22-23 for amazing deals you will NOT want to miss! Plus, if you make an appointment, you’ll receive an additional 10% off your entire purchase! That’s right—an extra 10% off our fantastic sale prices!

    For two days only, pretty much everything in-store will be up to 50% off! That includes our collections of Effy, Le Vian and other great designers! This sale is the perfect time to get that special piece you’ve had your eye on and to stock up on amazing gifts for the holidays—all at a fraction of the price!

    Brentwood Store

    782 Old Hickory Blvd. Suite 104
    Brentwood, TN 37027
    Open 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

    Hendersonville Store

    1050 Glenbrook Way, Suite 400
    Hendersonville, TN 37075
    Open 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM

    To set up your appointment and receive an additional 10% off, just give us a call at your store of choice, send us a message on Facebook, or use our contact form! Be sure to mark your calendar for November 22-23—we can’t wait to see you!

  • Designers

    Designer Spotlight: EFFY

    We love carrying brands that value innovation and amazing craftsmanship, and Effy Jewelry definitely exemplifies both. Named for its visionary creator and designer Effy Hematian, this company has been passionately producing beautiful and unique jewelry since 1979.

    When it comes to craftsmanship, Effy stands out with their extremely high manufacturing standards. In fact, each and every stone that goes into an Effy piece is hand-selected to ensure the utmost quality and cohesion, and the same obsession with detail goes into their original designs.

    This beautiful 14k yellow gold pendant features a cascade of emerald cut gemstones with diamond accents – available here!

    Plus, did you know that Effy designs jewelry for men too? Cuff links, necklaces, and rings are just a few of the Effy pieces you’ll find in our stores. Many of these lines are inspired by fierce birds of prey, featuring talon-shaped prongs or engraved feathers, while other lines showcase uncommon gemstones like malachite or pietersite.

    Check out this awesome sterling silver men’s ring, featuring woven-style engraving and polished malachite at the center – available here!

    Another thing we love about Effy is how they’ve built their entire business around family and community. Not only does Effy Hematian live right here in the United States, but the design process and manufacturing all happens here too! Like us, this company has never forgotten its roots and is dedicated to keeping it that way.

    Every year, we have the pleasure of hosting Effy trunk shows where one-of-a-kind pieces and classic favorites are exclusively available at our two stores for a limited time. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter or keep an eye on Facebook, Instagram or our website for details about when this exciting event takes place!

    In the meantime, why not browse our Effy collection right here on our website or pop into one of our stores? We’d love to see you!

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    Birthstones,  Education,  Gemstones

    Citrine & Topaz: November’s Birthstones

    Of all the birthstones, November babies have the most variety to choose from! Not only is citrine an option—a warm, yellow to orange colored gem—but all of topaz’s colors as well! Let’s dive into the similarities and differences between these two stunning stones—and maybe help you decide which one is the right choice for you or that special someone!


    Citrine may have gotten its name from the French word citron, which means “lemon,” but history isn’t very clear on this. In fact, citrine’s past is sometimes hard to trace because it was often misidentified as orange or yellow topaz! Indeed, all yellow gemstones were simply assumed to be topaz for a long time, but citrine is actually quite distinct.

    Stunning 14kt white gold ring featuring 5.50ct oval cut citrine with diamond accents – available here!

    Citrine is the yellow to orange variety of quartz, which is mined in places like Bolivia, Spain and Mexico, but much of the citrine that is available for purchase today is not naturally occurring. Instead, amethyst (another variety of quartz) is subjected to heat, which will change its purple hue to a sunny yellow-orange! This helps keep citrine abundant, making it an affordable option even at larger carat sizes. Plus, since this gem ranks in at 7 on the Mohs scale of hardness with good toughness, it’s safe for daily wear!


    For centuries, topaz—specifically the yellow variety—was thought to calm its wearer, dispelling anger and helping to bring about a long life. Indeed, as mentioned above, all yellow gems were once thought to be topaz, and topaz’s other hues were mistaken for other gems too! When modern science came on the scene, gems began to be identified by their chemical makeup, bringing newfound appreciation for this particular stone.

    Gorgeous 10k white gold ring featuring three emerald cut blue topaz – available here!

    Believe it or not, pure topaz is totally colorless, but it can be tinted by any number of impurities—in the lab or in nature—to yield a rainbow of different colors. One of the most popular shades of topaz today is light blue or aqua, which very rarely occurs in nature. Instead, colorless topaz is subjected to irradiation to produce that particular hue, making it available at an affordable price.

    Topaz actually ranks higher on the Mohs scale than citrine—graded as an 8 vs. a 7—but it’s not quite as tough. Some additional care is needed to prevent chipping and cracking of topaz, because intense heat or ultrasonic cleaners can damage the stone and even fade its color. Nonetheless, warm soapy water is safe and easy to use on this beautiful stone.

    Take a look at our stunning line of citrine and topaz jewelry or visit one of our stores to see it in person!