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Finding the perfect holiday gift for that special person in your life can be stressful and confusing. There are so many options, it can be hard to know what to choose.

Luckily for you, the experts at Eiseman Jewels have put together this gift guide to help you delight your loved one this holiday season. 


Messika Double Ring


If you’re looking for a chic piece that she doesn’t already have in her jewelry box, look no further than Messika’s 18-karat white gold Glam’azone ring. This unique piece can be worn two ways: with both rings on one finger or with each ring worn individually.

Lika Behar Gold Hoop Earrings


These easy-to-wear 24-karat yellow gold Lika Behar hoop earrings will quickly become the shining stars of her everyday jewelry wardrobe.

Tudor Watch


The Tudor Glamour Date Watch is a go-anywhere, do-anything luxury timepiece that can keep up with a woman’s active lifestyle. It features a black diamond-set dial, steel bracelet and self-winding mechanical movement.

Emerald Cut Engagement Ring


It’s impossible to go wrong with a recommendation from Richard Eiseman himself. His choice for the gift of the season? This absolutely breathtaking 13.49-carat emerald cut diamond engagement ring. The center stone is flanked by two trapezoids cut stones for a total diamond carat weight of 15.29.

Sloane Street Necklace


Want to profess your love and appreciation with something a little more exotic? Try this 18-karat white gold pendant necklace that features a gorgeous combination of Ethiopian opal beads, apatite beads, black opal, blue opal and triangular crystal opal with a pavé diamond rim.


Drive de Cartier 


This beautiful Drive de Cartier watch is brought to life by the in-house Cartier Manufacture Movement. Its unique cushion-shaped 18-karat pink gold case, brown semi-matte alligator skin strap and sapphire crystal make it an extraordinary gift with which to celebrate the season. 

Breitling Avenger Hurricane 


For the man who is bold, adventurous and ready for action, the Breitling Avenger Hurricane is the ideal gift. This robust military timepiece is constructed from a futuristic material called Breitlight®, which is 5.8 times lighter and significantly harder than steel, making it ultra-light and ultra-sturdy. It’s equipped with a military-style 24-hour display, and its all-black look is enhanced by yellow accents and aviation-inspired numerals.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual Air-King


If you’ve got a watch buff in your life, chances are he can’t wait to get his hands on the new Oyster Perpetual Rolex Air King. It features a distinctive black dial with large 3, 6 and 9 numerals marking the hours, an Oyster case crafted from a solid block of corrosion-resistant 904L steel, and a self-winding mechanical movement entirely developed and manufactured by Rolex. 

Still having trouble selecting the perfect gift from our picks? Don’t fret. Our in-store experts are here to help you find a one-of-a-kind piece to wow any recipient this season. Stop by NorthPark Center in Dallas to visit us at Eiseman Jewels

KPR 375-2

KPR 375-2Who doesn’t love the scene in When Harry Met Sally when Harry (Billy Crystal) races to tell Sally (Meg Ryan) he loves her on New Year’s Eve? (“I came here tonight because when you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.”)

Best. Marriage. Proposal. Ever.

New Year’s Eve is a wonderful time to ask the love of your life for her (or his) hand in marriage. The specialists at Eiseman Jewels have come up with five ideas to help you pull off the perfect NYE proposal.


If the two of you will be ringing in the New Year at the Big D NYE in Victory Park or the Fort Worth Sundance Square NYE Celebration, work your proposal into the crowd’s big countdown to 2015. As everyone begins to yell, “10, 9 …,” start saying why you love her/him so much with each count and then end No. 1 with a simple, “Will you marry me?”

Enlist Friends & Family

If you’re planning a New Year’s Eve party full of friends and family, instead of yelling “Happy New Year!” following the countdown to midnight, have everyone shout, “Will you marry me?” At which point you’ll be down on one knee with a ring.

Take It Easy

If your future fiancé hates crowds or parties, enjoy a celebration for two at home in front of the fireplace or at a luxe hotel such as the Omni, Ritz-Carlton or Gaylord Texan. Have champagne in a bucket cooling as well as some caviar or chocolate-dipped strawberries on hand. Then, at the stroke of midnight, pop the question.

A Surprise Inside

If you’ve made reservations at an elegant restaurant such as The Capital Grille, The French Room or Del Frisco for New Year’s Eve, enlist the wait staff to help with your proposal. It doesn’t have to entail the tried-and-true hiding the ring in a glass of champagne. Often an experienced waitperson has helped facilitate multiple marriage proposals in the past and will have creative ideas for surprising your soon-to-be fiancé.

Make a Resolution

Tell your future fiancé that you want the two of you to make resolutions for the New Year. On New Year’s Eve, find a quiet spot where each of you can share them. After she/he tells theirs, that’s when you read your list, making each one about your future fiancé, with the last one being, “Spend the rest of my life with you.”

Now that you have some ideas for how to propose this New Year’s Eve, make sure you have the perfect engagement ring from Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas ready to dazzle. Cheers to 2015!


The holiday season is a festive, happy time, perfect for announcing your engagement. One creative way to broadcast your news is to tie it in to your holiday card.

The specialists at Eiseman Jewels have come up with a few ideas to help you add a new layer of excitement to your annual holiday greeting.


Double Duty

Many couples design a unique holiday card that has both their holiday sentiment and the engagement announcement in one place. If you decide to go this route, be sure the card has some holiday flair and is distinct from a typical engagement announcement or save-the-date card.

Something Extra

If you wish to send a traditional greeting card, you can just insert the engagement announcement inside. To take the engagement message a step further, consider inserting a photograph of the two of you with your Eiseman Jewels engagement ring visible or include a save-the-date refrigerator magnet. Inserting the announcement is an ideal solution if you only want select people to know about your engagement.

Surprise Inside

Another clever way to announce the engagement is to create an online video of you and your fiancé. Add the link to the card with a tease that is sure to get friends and family to go online. Write something to pique their curiosity such as: “We have a big surprise!” or “You won’t believe what Mary said next!”

The Right Wording

There are a variety of ways to announce your engagement and by combining it with your holiday card, you have the opportunity to have some fun with the wording and make it unique. Lovevsdesign.com has examples for a holiday engagement card wording:

On the first day of Christmas

My true love proposed to me!

I said yes! Now we’re getting married!

You’ve decorated the house,

Trimmed the tree,

Hung the stockings,

Now save the date!

Let’s all raise our glasses

To the coming new year

We’ll toast to this holiday season

With friends and good cheer!

We’re engaged!

Sending you lots of warm wishes

From the soon to be

Mr. & Mrs.!

There are a variety of ways to get out the good news about your engagement. Check out tinyprints.com and minted.com for more ideas. Congrats!


’Tis the season—engagement season, that is. The specialists at Eiseman Jewels have come up with a few ideas for a Dallas-area marriage proposal guaranteed to make this holiday season especially magical.


12 Days of Christmas at the Dallas Arboretum

Victorian Proposal

There are a variety of picturesque spots at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden to ask your best girl to marry you, but if you want to tie it into the season, consider planning a proposal during Holiday at the Arboretum: The 12 Days at Night. Running November 16 through January 4, the event features an elaborate collection of illuminated 26-foot gazebos filled with Victorian-costumed characters and whimsical animals made famous by Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” What better time than to get down on one knee for a traditional proposal? You might even think about seeing if you can incorporate the live carolers into your proposal. And don’t forget to ask someone nearby to take a picture of this special moment for both of you.

Stage Proposal

If your future fiancée loves theater or dance, think about planning a proposal at either the Texas Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker” (November 28 through December 7) or Winspear Opera House’s “A Christmas Carol” (November 25 through December 27). Both performances will take place at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. See if you can get in touch with the stage manager to propose after the cast’s curtain call, or inquire about placing a special advertisement or note into the playbill.

Harmonious Proposal

There are number of great concerts coming into the Dallas area that would be perfect for making a proposal to any music-loving lady. At the American Airlines Center, The Black Keys play November 16, while Justin Timberlake and Usher will perform back-to-back on December 3 and 4, respectively. If it’s a Texas sound you want, try the Old 97’s at the Majestic Theatre on December 13, or the Holiday Showcase at The Kessler featuring Dallas native Madison King on December 14. It doesn’t hurt to try and get in touch with the band’s or venue’s management to see if they can help make your proposal extra-special.

Wild Proposal

If your girl is a nature lover, think about proposing at the Dallas Zoo or Dallas World Aquarium. Try asking if the zoo staff at one of the Wild Encounters Animal Presentations would participate in your proposal, or maybe enlist the help of the one or two of the divers at the aquarium to put on a proposal show with a waterproof “Will you marry me?” sign inside one of the largest tanks.

Proposal Hunt

Recruit some of your girlfriend’s friends and ask them to help send your fiancée-to-be on a treasure hunt that will end with your proposal. Get clever with your clues and how you deliver them, and then send her through Dallas to revisit all of the places the two of you hold close in your hearts, as well as some new spots like the Nasher Sculpture Garden and Turtle Creek.

Proposal in the Sky

Let everyone admire your proposal by hiring a pilot to fly a banner or write your question across the sky. There are a variety of business that offer this service in the Dallas area. To find one, just do a search online for “aerial advertising.”

And finally, don’t forget to stop by Eiseman Jewels in Dallas’ NorthPark Center to pick out a ring that will ensure her answer to your proposal will be “Yes!”