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fancy color diamonds

Natural fancy color diamonds are rare, beautiful and extremely valuable. In fact, they are some of the rarest and most highly valued diamonds in the world, since they fall outside the usual color range for diamonds.

Only about 1 out of every 10,000 diamonds is considered a fancy color diamond, according to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and only a handful of those receive the top grades of Intense and Vivid. The strength of a fancy diamond’s color is one of the most important factors in determining its value — the more vivid the color, the more valuable the stone.

Colored diamonds have always intrigued our in-house diamond cutter and expert, Andre Vorster. “One thing that fascinates me is that nitrogen, the same element that makes a diamond yellow, can also make it pink,” he says. “Very mystifying.”

Let’s take a look at a few of the different kinds of stunning natural fancy colored diamonds and learn how they’re made.

Pink Diamonds

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Pink diamonds range in color from delicate pastel pink to deep raspberry and evoke a sense of romance and luxury. These extremely rare diamonds have long been beloved by celebrities and are revered by collectors and connoisseurs.

Pink diamonds have only been found in a few mines across the world. According to the Argyle Diamond Mine, a pink diamond can cost 20 times the price of its white equivalent. Adding to the intrigue and desirability of pink diamonds is the fact that there is limited gemological information about them.

Blue Diamonds

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Distinctive blue diamonds are considered extremely rare. The most famous blue diamond in history is the Hope Diamond, a 45.52-carat, cushion-cut diamond which hangs on a pendant surrounded by 16 white pear and cushion cut diamonds. The necklace chain contains 45 white diamonds. It is estimated to be worth anywhere from $200-250 million.

Blue diamonds typically get their color from the presence of boron in the earth. The bonding of boron to carbon causes the diamond to absorb red, yellow and green light, which produces a blue color.

Yellow Diamonds

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Yellow diamonds make up about 70 percent of all natural color diamonds graded by GIA each year. Their brilliant, dramatic glow makes them a red carpet favorite among celebrities. The Allnatt, a 101-carat cushion cut fancy vivid yellow diamond, is perhaps the most significant yellow diamond in history.

Yellow diamonds get their color due to the presence of nitrogen atoms, which absorb blue light and produce a yellow color.

Green Diamonds

Green diamonds are extremely rare — only a handful of natural green diamonds are put on the market each year, making them some of the most sought-after of all natural color diamonds.

Unique among natural color diamonds, green diamonds get their color from naturally occurring radiation in the ground. This radiation pushes into the diamond, causing them to absorb red and yellow light and produce a green color.

Brown Diamonds

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Known for their endless range of shades, brown diamonds are the most common colored diamonds and therefore the most affordable.

Brown diamonds are produced when heat and pressure deep within the earth cause the diamond’s crystal lattice to distort. These distortions cause brown diamonds to absorb blue light and impart a brown color.

To view a stunning selection of natural fancy color diamond jewelry, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

estate blog

Eiseman Jewels is the ultimate destination for jewelry connoisseurs. We are home to some of the world’s most remarkable pieces of estate and heirloom jewelry — jewelry that comes with a sense of deep history and unique character that sets it apart from other pieces. It is often one-of-a-kind and always timeless.

Here are just a few of the legendary jewelry designers and artisans whose creations you can expect to see in the Eiseman Estate Collection.

Henry Dunay

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Henry Dunay began his career when he started working as a jewelry apprentice in New York City at the age of 14. He worked his way up the ranks to become a master model maker and setter. In 1956, at the age of just 21, he started his own firm and quickly found fame after winning the De Beers Diamond International Award. Known for his bold designs, sensuous curves and signature finishes, Henry Dunay has solidified his position as a leading jewelry designer, artist and trendsetter in the world of fine jewelry.

Jean Mahie

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Father and daughter-in-law design team Jean and Jacline Mazard were among the first artists to create their own work with their own brand name, Jean Mahie, and have it displayed at leading jewelry stores such as Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels. From the moment they started their company in 1970, Jacline insisted that everything she made should be one-of-a-kind. With design studios in New York and the Bahamas, the company became known for its free-form, primitive designs with hammered finishes and melted metal designs. Pieces such as the ones pictured are becoming increasingly rare, as Jacline is no longer designing.

David Webb

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David Webb was a self-taught jewelry designer who, in his early years, worked for several large design houses such as Tiffany and Harry Winston. He went on to found David Webb, the luxury American jewelry house, in 1948 in New York City. Bold, attention-grabbing designs and vibrant gems in 18-karat yellow gold characterize the David Webb collection.

Julius Cohen

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Julius Cohen began his jewelry career in 1929, at the age of 16. In 1956, he established Julius Cohen Jeweler, Inc., with the belief that creating a special relationship with each customer on a personal basis was the only way to do business. The company is among America’s most celebrated and award-winning jewelry design firms of the 20th century. Julius Cohen’s unique, dedicated marketing style of visiting and servicing customers in their own homes or offices or the company’s Madison Avenue studio in New York remains the cornerstone of the business to this day.

Buccellati

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Mario Buccellati opened the doors of his first jewelry boutique on Largo Santa Margherita in Milan in 1919. Today, almost 100 years later, a timeless design aesthetic and refined craftsmanship remain at the heart of the Buccellati business. The house’s distinguished Milanese heritage — along with an unyielding desire to create objects of rare beauty — has established its distinct, inimitable style.

Every piece of pre-owned jewelry at Eiseman Jewels has undergone a thorough inspection, lovingly restored to like-new conditions, and comes with a warranty guaranteeing its quality. Peruse our stunning selection of estate designs at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

sutra

Sutra Jewels was born of a collaboration between Arpita and Divyanshu Navlakha, the husband-and-wife team who founded the brand in 2008. The two had similar upbringings in two different regions of India. Arpita was raised in western India by a family that manufactured commercial jewelry, while Divyanshu’s specialized in traditional Indian jewelry out of northern New Delhi.

Along with her husband’s expertise in fine gem sourcing, Arpita’s limitless design creativity fuses a remarkable use of color with innovative construction. Each piece reflects the couple’s intense personality and chemistry in tangible form.

Eiseman Jewels sat down with Arpita to ask her more about the story of Sutra.

Who was your idol or muse growing up?

Growing up, I submerged myself in my father’s craft and began my obsession with gemstones. I always turned to the beautiful landscape and nature of my home country for inspiration. There was never a particular person — it was more so the world around me.

As Sutra’s sole designer, where do you draw your inspiration from?

sutraI mostly draw inspiration from either nature or architecture. Both have a special space in my heart. I have always been intrigued by flowers, birds and buildings with beautiful points and windows.

What’s one word you’d use to describe the Sutra brand?

Individualistic. It is the perfect word to describe my designs and the type of woman who wears them.

Tell us about your inspiration for your new collection.

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We are focusing on the launches of our feather, butterfly and tassel collections, all of which possess great elements of movement and fluidity. The feather collection was inspired by my fond memories of peacocks wandering around my home country. The silhouette of the feathers demonstrates the ability the peacock has to spread its wings.

The butterfly collection was inspired by my recollections of butterflies fluttering about the Mumbai Gardens of Maharashtra. After the birth of my daughter, I returned with my sketchpad to the same botanical oasis I enjoyed as a child and created the depictions from memory. The majestic creature held a new, deeper meaning after I became a mother.

What is something we may not know about you or Sutra Jewels?

I am actually quite shy. My designs are my alter ego, in a way. They allow me a creative outlet to express myself.

What’s your favorite piece at the moment?

sutraOur incredible sapphire marquise cocktail ring with marquise diamonds surrounding it.

When you’re designing pieces for Sutra, what kind of woman do you envision wearing them?

She is the type of woman who decides and defines her own style. Her preferences are bold and her taste is always exceptional.

Which celebrity or public figure were you most excited to see wearing Sutra’s designs on the red carpet or to an event? Who would you love to see wear Sutra next?sutra

Having Michelle Obama wear our jewelry during her time as First Lady was an extremely high honor. We also had an incomparable fashion moment with Jennifer Lopez on the Met Gala red carpet in 2015. We would love to see Kate Middleton wear Sutra — that would be a dream.

What else can we look forward to seeing from Sutra next?

The new collections explore using multiple gems married into one harmonious, elaborate yet still very wearable piece. We are also incorporating multi-use functions such as converter pieces that maximize wearability. We recently introduced the bracelet-to-choker combination in the line.

To browse an incredible selection of jewelry from Sutra Jewels, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

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Seaman Schepps burst onto the jewelry scene at the turn of the 20th century with designs that challenged the status quo and defined a new style for the American woman. His clientele included Coco Chanel, Katherine Hepburn, the Duchess of Windsor and members of the Du Pont, Mellon and Rockefeller families, which led him to become known as “America’s Court Jeweler.”

We sat down with Anthony Hopenhajm, owner and designer of Seaman Schepps, for an inside look at this enduring and historic brand.

The Seaman Schepps brand has a very rich history — tell us a little bit about it.

Seaman Schepps himself was born in Manhattan, the child of European immigrants. He started the company in 1904. In his lifetime, he realized the American dream of working hard and building a world-renowned brand from the ground up. He left a legacy for his children, who assumed prominent roles in the worlds of fashion and literature.

How do the current Seaman Schepps designs reflect the brand’s history?

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Fine designs stand the test of time, as is evident in the jewels Seaman Schepps offers today — many of which were first created in the 40s and 50s and continue to be sought out.

Who were some of the notable figures Seaman Schepps worked with?

Seaman Schepps numbered among his clients many American First Families, from the Roosevelts to the Kennedys (including fashion icon Jackie Kennedy), as well as members of the English, Danish, Dutch and Greek royal families.

What is one thing we may not know about Seaman Schepps — the man and the brand?

Although he was originally from New York, Seaman Schepps’ first shops were in California. After experiencing limited success, he moved back to New York and opened his first shop in the 1920s around the corner from the Algonquin Hotel and its famed Round Table, where he attracted a loyal following among the stars of stage and screen.

What makes Seaman Schepps different from other designers?

Our heritage of signed and numbered designs is still in demand today and will continue to be sought out by fashionable women and collectors tomorrow.

What are your favorite pieces in the current collection? 

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I love our Link Bracelet and Silhouette Earring in various woods and 18-karat gold. And the mix of precious and semi-precious stones that create a fantastic collage of color in the Rio Bracelet, Multi-Baroque Necklaces and Bubble Earrings make them favorites, too.

When you’re designing pieces, who do you envision wearing them? 

Our greatest compliment is when a mother and daughter can step into our shop and each walk out wearing one of our iconic pieces that may have been created several decades earlier.

Other than past designs, what inspires today’s Seaman Schepps pieces?

Rare original stones have been an inspiration throughout the history of the company and continue to be to this day.

What can we look forward to seeing from Seaman Schepps?

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We’ve long been known as innovators for our daring use of unusual materials and combinations of stones, and we continue to bring cutting-edge original designs to our American and international clientele. This season will feature combinations of precious green Burmese jade with ruby, an ivory substitute in the form of a renewable vegetable nut, and our new home collection of hard stone clocks, frames and bowls in blue lapis lazuli, clear rock crystal and natural banded gray agate.

How would you describe the Seaman Schepps brand in one word?

Original.

View the Seaman Schepps collection today at Eiseman Jewels, the designer’s exclusive Texas retailer.

pink diamond blog

Pink diamonds evoke a special sense of romance and luxury because they’re especially rare, beautiful and valuable. In fact, according to the Argyle Diamond Mine, a pink diamond can cost 20 times the price of an equivalent white diamond.

Pink diamonds are just one type of Natural Fancy Color Diamond, which are very rare. According to the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), “Of the millions of diamonds mined each year, only .001 percent can qualify as fancy colors, and only a handful can achieve the top grades of Intense and Vivid.”

Pink diamonds are the second-rarest of all colored diamonds, so it’s easy to see how unique a high-quality stone of this color really is.

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Pink diamonds range in intensity from delicate and faint to intense and vivid, and in color from pure pink to orangey-pink, purplish-pink and brownish-pink.

It’s unclear how pink diamonds get their color, but one theory says that when the diamond is forced to the Earth’s surface, the structure of the diamond is altered, forcing the stone to absorb light differently and emit the pink hue.

Iconic Pink Diamonds

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The Daria-i-Noor: One of the best-known examples of these gems is a table-cut light pink diamond that weighs an incredible 186 carats. It has been worn by a number of kings and was part of the United Kingdom’s crown jewels until 1739, when the Persian army took it back to Iran.

The Noor-ul-Ain: Also known as “the light of the eye,” this 60-carat oval brilliant-cut pink diamond is said to have been discovered in India’s Golconda mines. It was the centerpiece in Iranian Empress Farah Pahlavi’s wedding tiara, which she wore in 1958.

The Pink Star: A rare pink diamond dubbed the Pink Star recently became the world’s most expensive gemstone to sell at auction for $71.2 million. The oval-cut, 59.6-carat jewel is the largest fancy vivid pink diamond categorized as “flawless” or “internally flawless” that the GIA has ever graded.

The Graff Pink: Another exquisite, extremely rare pink diamond to sell at auction is the Graff Pink, a 24.78-carat fancy intense pink, VVS2 clarity, emerald-cut stone which sold for $46.16 million.

The Princie Diamond: This 34.65-carat fancy intense pink diamond was sold for a whopping $39,323,750 ($1,135,000 per carat) in 2013. The diamond was originally owned by Mir Osman Ali Khan, who sold the stone to Van Cleef & Arpels for $70,000 in 1960.

Celebrity Pink Diamonds

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Ben Affleck presented Jennifer Lopez with a gorgeous 6-carat pink diamond ring when he proposed. Mariah Carey’s engagement ring from Nick Cannon featured a 10.02-carat pink emerald-cut diamond, and Penelope Ann Miller donned her 3-carat pink radiant diamond ring at the 2012 Academy Awards.

To shop a stunning selection of pink diamond jewelry, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

Danhov Process

At Eiseman Jewels, our commitment to providing the very highest level of service, quality and expertise is evident in the jewelry designers we choose to carry in our store, including Danhov.

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Known in the luxury jewelry world for its innovative design philosophy, Danhov’s highly trained artisans craft each of their stunning pieces in Los Angeles using only the finest diamonds and precious metals.

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This painstaking process preserves the quality and unique intricacies that you’ll only find in handmade pieces. That’s why you’ll never find a manufactured-by-machine ring with the Danhov stamp inside it. Each Danhov ring begins with a single wire and is shaped to perfection by the artisans in the designer’s California office. This provides every customer with a unique, custom-fit ring tailored to his or her desires.

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This ring-making process is also eco-friendly. It avoids the harsh chemicals and large machinery used in traditional molding and manufacturing processes.

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Danhov offers both handmade and hand-assembled jewelry. Handmade means that from start to finish, the piece of jewelry is made by the skilled hands of one of their expert jewelers. Hand-assembled means that parts of the jewelry are individually created with a wax mold, then assembled and finished by hand to create the perfect ring.

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The uniqueness of Danhov pieces is not only the design but in the details, such as the hand-pulled and hand-soldered prongs used in many of their settings. This process makes the rings stronger than with traditional casting. After all, these heirlooms in the making are created to last.

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The Danhov woman is elegant and classic, but never boring — she’s a trendsetter. She’s an independent woman who appreciates art, design and quality.

If that describes you, you can shop an exquisite selection of Danhov designs at Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

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Personal service is the cornerstone on which Eiseman Jewels is built. Ask anyone who’s stepped inside our store, and they’ll tell you that it’s our level of service and commitment to quality that sets Eiseman Jewels apart.

Richard Eiseman, Jr. knows that firsthand. “Our sales staff is committed to building relationships, not making sales,” he says. “Our business is built on return buyers. They remember the experience they had in our store and come back because they’re comfortable.”

Eiseman offers an array of services — not to mention expertise — to support our extensive collection of designer and estate jewelry, diamonds, precious gems, pearls and fine Swiss timepieces.

Unparalleled Service

We are the Southwest’s most experienced estate jewelry and timepiece buyers with a combined 100+ years of experience, making Eiseman the ideal place to trade in, sell or buy estate timepieces, jewelry and diamonds. Each in-store gemologist receives extensive training in all the brands we carry. We service every watch and piece of jewelry we sell, as well as those we don’t. We also service Montegrappa Pens.

Timepieces 

If you’re in the market for a new a timepiece, consider this: Eiseman Jewels is an authorized agent for 11 Swiss timepiece manufacturers. Our in-house timepiece directors and sales team have been trained in the Swiss factories of these manufacturers, and by their regional experts. We require that each timepiece be accompanied by a manufacturer warranty, be properly registered and, when eligible, have an extended warranty not available through non-authorized resellers.

When you choose Eiseman, your timepiece purchase is no-risk. New, unused, non-special order timepieces from our stock can be returned within seven days, provided that all packaging is present and the watch is not worn or altered. We also offer an extensive collection of certified pre-owned watches with Eiseman warranties.

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Amenities

Complimentary amenities for Eiseman customers include:

  • Lifetime appraisals for your new jewelry and timepieces, with the appropriate gemological certificate or manufacturer’s certificate of authenticity
  • Insurance appraisal with purchase
  • Watch fitting at purchase and link resizing for the lifetime of your watch
  • Personalization or engraving at purchase
  • In-store jewelry steam cleaning and exterior watch cleaning
  • Eiseman’s renowned jewelry cleaner for in-home care
  • Estimates for jewelry and watch repair
  • Eiseman’s signature gift box and gift wrap
  • Ring sizing and jewelry fitting at time of purchase
  • Valet parking

To offer an enjoyable, friendly and informative shopping experience and an extensive curated collection of the finest jewels and timepieces, coupled with excellent service and unparalleled value — that is the Eiseman family promise.

To experience everything we have to offer firsthand, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

Jewelry Appraisals

When was the last time you had your fine jewelry appraised? If it’s been more than five years, now is the time to have it re-appraised.

Why? There are many reasons to have your fine jewelry appraised, but of these the most important is for insurance purposes and condition. The value of your jewelry can fluctuate greatly over time. If it has been a few years since your last appraisal, your jewelry could be insured for less than its replacement value. That means you’ll be risking a substantial financial loss if your jewelry is lost, stolen or damaged.

Although we only appraise what we personally sell at Eiseman, we do evaluate for purchase of any fine jewelry or timepiece.

Appraisals are also often performed to determine the value or authenticity of a piece for estate purposes, family distribution or other settlements. It’s also a good idea to seek an evaluation if you’re planning on selling or gifting a piece of jewelry, or if you’re planning on putting it into a trust. If you are re-mounting a stone or modifying a piece of jewelry and therefore significantly altering its appearance and value, you should also have an appraisal.

The gemologists at Eiseman Jewels recommend having your jewelry appraised every three to five years. We are happy to consult with you to determine the type of appraisal you need, whether it be for retail replacement, fair market value, liquidation or estate. When you purchase from Eiseman, we will then evaluate your jewelry and research the market before writing an appraisal for you at no charge. Appraisals should not cost, but if you are charged the price is contingent upon the number of pieces and time to assess the jewelry. We recommend that you ask the appraiser for the cost upfront and for the cost of updating the appraisal.

Wherever you decide to have your jewelry appraised, proceed with caution if an appraiser claims to be “GIA certified.” The Gemological Institute of America only provides certificates of quality, origin and authenticity. Many appraisers have completed the GIA Graduate Gemologist program, in which they’ve learned to identify and grade diamonds and gems. After graduation, they may seek formal appraisal training through various associations or other schools.

To see if Eiseman can assist you, simply call Michael Johnson at (214) 369-6100 to schedule an appointment.

engagement ring trends in 2017

Choosing an engagement ring is a momentous decision. It’s a piece you’ll want to love 20 years from now just as much as you do the day you receive it. At the same time, your ring should also be a faithful reflection of your personal style.

That sounds like a tall order, but it’s one that the experts at Eiseman Jewels having been helping couples with for over 50 years. If you’re planning on getting engaged in 2017, read on to learn about the styles we predict will be most popular in the coming year.

The Solitaire

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The classic solitaire is the epitome of simplicity and sophistication, and it will never go out of style. This ring continues to be a popular choice for couples regardless of the shape of the stone. Rather than spending a majority of the budget on the ring itself, many couples are opting to place the emphasis on choosing a desirable quality center diamond.

The Three-Stone Ring

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A three-stone engagement ring features a large diamond framed by two perfectly matched side diamonds. Apart from looking stunning together, these three stones symbolize your past, present and future as a couple.

As you might imagine, setting a row of diamonds on a band elevates a ring’s sparkle and shine factor dramatically. The most classic three-stone engagement rings feature round brilliant diamonds, but this enduring style looks beautiful with any stone shape, metal or setting.

The Halo

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Traditional halo styles have been popular for years, but couples are now springing for more distinctive designs, such as double or ornate halos. Designers are also updating their halo designs by using diamonds of varying shapes and sizes. A cushion-cut halo or a halo with colored gemstones is a stunning way to make your ring stand out from the crowd.

Aside from their beautiful artistic touches, halo settings are also popular because they pair beautifully with every diamond shape and cut. The small diamonds in the halo give the ring a vintage feel, so while halos are very of-the-moment, they also offer a timeless appeal.

The One-Of-A-Kind Ring

If you’re looking for a ring that no one else in the world has, consider a custom-designed engagement ring. Truly unique and packed with personal significance, custom engagement rings are a popular choice because their possibilities are endless.

Couples can work together with the experts at Eiseman Jewels to create a ring that embodies their personal style and personality. Customization is one trend that will never go out of style!

To shop an exquisite selection of engagement rings, or to discuss custom options, visit Eiseman Jewels at NorthPark Center in Dallas.

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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. 

GIFTS FOR HER

Messika Double Ring

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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.

GIFTS FOR HIM

Drive de Cartier 

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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 

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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

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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