Friday, October 30, 2015

The Lunaria with Diamonds and White Gold

Posted by Schwarzschild at 9:00:00 AM in Marco Bicego (31)

Marco Bicego has been a name that stands out in the luxury industry. It is the name of a man and of a brand that just exudes genius in jewelry design. The brand hinges upon its Venetian roots and stays true to its Italian jewelry making roots. Marco Bicego designs are known for combining old word traditions with contemporary design that evoke the timelessness in elegance found in imperfect shapes made in 18k gold. One collection that says this all is the Diamond Lunaria. The original Lunaria's delicacy and elegance has been enhanced more by the use of the diamonds pavé and white gold elements. The Lunaria leaves are all embossed meticulously by hand and engraved with the traditional bulino technique. This new take on a Marco Bicego classic just shows the timelessness of the design. They could be interpreted over and over again to bring it in the present or even the future. 
See this iconic collection for yourself, visit Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive. 

Seamaster 300: Spectre Limited Edition

Posted by Schwarzschild at 9:00:00 AM in Omega (26)

Omega is always one for tradition. With the upcoming release of the 24th James Bond film Spectre, the brand returns with its iconic Seamaster 300 timepiece that has been updated with a new edge of innovation and 007-esque attitude. This limited edition model is the actual one that is worn by James Bond in the new film. It comes with a stainless steel case with a black and grey striped NATO strap. This beauty is powered by the Omega Master Co-Axial calibre 8400 that is resistant to magnetic fields up to 15,000 gauss. James Bond has always been choosy about his watch. The Seamaster has been his choice for more than 20 years. But this is the only time that the model will be released as a limited edition. Engravings in this model includes a 007 gun logo on the strap holder plus 'SPECTRE' on the case back.  
Get your Seamaster 300 Spectre Limited Edition over at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Phidias Collection by Konstantino

Posted by Schwarzschild at 8:24:38 AM in Konstantino (28)

Konstantino pieces are not just jewelry. They are art dangling around one's body. They do not only embellish. They make the wearer and the witnesses feel something. And this is what art is. It moves people. Konstantino is proud of his Greek heritage and it shows in his pieces. He does not only take inspiration from the natural beauty that is Greece but also takes inspirations from Greek literature, architecture and art. One of his Fashion Collection line is the Phidias Collection. Phidias is one of the greatest scultors of classical Greece and he created the famed Statue of Zeus at Olympia - one of Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Konstantino channeled this ancient figure into his collection of utilizing dramatic black onxy, carnelian and green agate in sterling silver and bronze. Pieces in the collection ranges from rings to bracelets. 
For your Phidias pieces, visit Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

American Spirit, Swiss Technology

Posted by Schwarzschild at 8:21:56 AM in Hamilton Watch (29)

The Hamilton Watch Spirit has lived on now for 120 years already. In those long years, it had been one of the pioneers in aviation, cinema, electric and digital technology. Marking these achievements are today's collections that combine Swiss technologies with the American Spirit - something uniquely Hamilton. A collection that says this all is the aptly named American Classic. This timeless design takes Hamilton back to its roots providing early American styling to the accuracy of modern Swiss movements. One striking piece in the collection is the Lady Hamilton Vintage Quartz. It sports a small case and chain bracelets that is perfect for cocktails. There are various designs that one can choose from for this model - with and without diamonds. 
To check out more of the pieces from the American Classic collection, visit Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive. 

Friday, October 16, 2015

Kirk Kara: Forever Captivating

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:47:04 AM in Kirk Kara (30)

Kirk Kara is not only in the business of jewelry. It is also in the business of love. Every mesmerizing detail in a Kirk Kara piece is designed to provoke love at first sight; love at first sight that will prove eternal. The company is known for intricate hand engravings, perfectly match wedding sets and the use of colored gemstone accents. Now in its 125th year of operations, the company showcased the Lori collection of commitment rings and bands. The Lori collection is said to be a love letter to Kirk Kara's Armenian roots. It is named after a lush province in Armenia, the home country of the Karaguezian family - the people behind the brand. The Lori collection pieces are made in 18k gold and platinum and are accented by perfectly cut diamonds. The details are inspired by old world Armenian carvings, patter and art - a true homage to their roots. 
Find a piece that is forever captivating. Kirk Kara is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

Judith Ripka's Estate of Mind

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:45:23 AM in Judith Ripka (22)

The Judith Ripka philosophy has always been striking a balance between uptown sophistication and downtown chic. She uses bold intensity and radiant color in both 18k Gold and Sterling Silver to create immediate identifiable designs that blend the tradition and the modern. Today, the brand has many collections that aficionados can choose from. One striking collection among the beauts is the "Estate of Mind". This collection showcases everything that the company loves about antique jewelry plus fresh takes on these classic pieces. The collection's pieces ranges from cuffs and necklaces to pendants and rings. Each piece glows timeless tradition and lasting modernity. 
Visit Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive for your Judith Ripka Essential's Estate of Mind Collection. 

Friday, October 02, 2015

The Measure of a watch

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:00:50 AM in Breitling (27)

Most precision engineered luxury timepiece signatures are proud of their centuries-old Swiss heritage. They take pride in the fact that Swiss watchmakers were renowned throughout history for their highly skilled attention to details and mastery of putting together minute pieces. But one brand begs to differ. Instead, it brags about its industrial past. To Breitling, none is more credible as a watchmaker than perhaps a brand that used to create industrial watches for aerospace companies, where precision can spell the difference between life and death. Breitling manufactured cockpit instruments. It's the same technology that the company now applies to making wristwatches like the Breitling Navitimer. This model is a favorite among pilots in the airline industry and it's not hard to see why. The brand evokes of reliability and endurance, a maker of watches that passes even the strictest industrial benchmarks.
Breitling is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.

John Hardy rings

Posted by Schwarzschild at 3:00:00 AM in John Hardy (29)

Who says rings are for engagements and weddings alone? John Hardy offers a range of luxurious rings that at once evokes mystic and elegance. You can wear a piece on a cocktail party or as part of your corporate power dress. The rings come in sterling silver, 18k yellow gold or a combination of the two. They can be accented with a diamond (0.17ct) or gemstones like a Swiss blue topaz, amethyst, citrine, or a pearl. Likewise, the John Hardy rings can be simple, such as, the Bamboo Hook Ring or the Classic Chain Multi Row Coil Ring, or intricate as the Legends Macan Ring and Dot Ring. You can collect a set to match the occasion or your mood. With John Hardy rings you can wear elegance every day.
John Hardy is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.


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