Have you ever considered the many ways in which a private jeweler can be of help?
In my years as a jeweler, I have assisted many clients in solving a variety of personal jewelry quandaries and in finding just the right gift for the right occasion. Here are a few examples of the types of questions I hear from clients.
Perhaps I can help you too...
"I am divorcing my husband but not my jewelry. Can you help me combine several diamond rings into one real showstopper?"
"How do I mix my real jewelry and fashion jewelry? Are there any do’s and don’ts?"
"At my wedding I presented both my parents with a special piece of jewelry. Thank you, Gerard, for suggesting the Umane pebble ring and matching cufflinks. They were thrilled!"
"I am obsessed with rubies but I have a spinel or rubellite budget. Can you source the best of both so I can compare?"
"My maid of honor has seen it all (and been through it all with me). I want to give her something sentimental, yet modern. What do you suggest?"
"I am considering a Rose Gold setting for my engagement ring, but I am afraid it’s just a fad and will not stand the test of time. Your thoughts?"
"How do I start layering my jewelry if I’ve never done it before? Can I mix metals?"
"We met and got engaged in Manhattan. I am looking for an anniversary piece that celebrates the city without being too literal. Any ideas?"
"My 'statement necklace' is looking a little old-school. Can you help me make it into several contemporary pieces for my daughters?"