Friday, April 24, 2015

How Does Mikimoto Create its Perfect Pearls?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:40:50 PM in Mikimoto (29)

Creating pearls combines the delicate nurturing of the natural oyster bed and the painstaking craftsmanship of the pearl jeweler. Mikimoto perfected the process of prodding the oyster to secret thousands of layers of nacre by introducing a nucleus. The nacre, which protects the oyster from the foreign irritant, forms the pearl. In Mikimoto's process, the pearls are formed with unblemished natural roundness. The pearl jeweler then takes the pearls, polish them, and sets them using classical and trendy styles that the signature is known for. Among others, Mikimoto pearl jewelry features multi-layered or multi-colored strands, different clasp styles, and colored stones. Each jewelry piece is a masterpiece by both nature and Mikimoto artists, guided by their attention to detail and passion for creating the best pearls.
 
Mikimoto is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

A Week of Raymond Weil

Posted by Schwarzschild at 12:00:00 PM in Raymond Weil (23)

It isn't only what watch brand you wear that tells about your stature, but how many models you wear in a given week. If you love Raymond Weil, you'll love that it's got a whole array of dress watches that you can pick for different moods on different days of the week. Monday can mean wearing the Maestro, elegant and refined, it sets your presence for the rest of the week. Tuesday is Toccata, thin and delicate, it evokes a style that means business. Wednesday is reserved for the Freelancer, active yet elegant, it's your other side of the game, that time of the week to let your hair down. Then on Thursday it's Parsifal to showcase your chivalric personality. On Friday it's time to reveal the Nabucco,  your cultural and sophisticated side, just in time for the weekend gala night.
 
Raymond Weil is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Friday, April 17, 2015

Philip Stein's Vibrant Side

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:20 AM in Philip Stein (20)

Just in time for summer, Philip Stein offers a basketful of fruits: the Fruitz Collection. Known for its downbeat, low-key elegance that exudes serenity, Philip Stein gives us a glimpse of its playful side with this collection. Inspired by the sweet colors of various fruits, Fruitz is both stylish and lively. One model has the colors of watermelon, juicy and vibrant, while another piece reminds us of orange. Yet another is a ticking grapefruit. The  collection is available in small 36 case size and large 43 case size. All items feature quartz movement, an integrated strap attachment, and stainless case material. Of course, the Natural Frequency Technology is built-in across this collection, ensuring that you get a nice sleep and stress-free day amidst all the excitement around this watch.
 
Philip Stein is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

The Winning Moment

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in Metalsmiths Sterling (21)

Did you know that the luxury sterling silver jewelry brand, Metalsmiths Sterling, was awarded the Multi-Store Retailer of the Year by Canadian Jeweller Magazine? The award may not ring a bell worldwide, but is a major recognition in Canada that a retailer shop with five stores or more meets a strict standard on product selection and know-how, excellence in customer service, and innovative marketing efforts. It's yet another feather in the cap for Metalsmiths Sterling, one of the better known luxury sterling silver brands. The signature focuses on rugged, iconic tattoo-inspired styles that work well with casual and formal wear. Among the judges were industry heavyweights, including: Best Bargains Jewelry's Anita Agrawal; Canadian Jewelry Group's Beth Saunders; and Duncan Parker of Dupuis Fine Jewelery Auctioneers. More than these recognized names in the industry, the award means you get yourself a winner when you step inside a Metalsmiths Sterling shop.
 
Metalsmiths Sterling is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Friday, April 10, 2015

The Right Diamond Ring For You

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in Martin Flyer (24)

When choosing which diamond set is for you, the rule of thumb is it should match your personality. Forget about following today's trend or copying what celebrities do; looking at the your wedding album years from now will make you cringe to see yourself wearing an already outdated ring. Your safe bet is to go for the time-honored settings and this means you have five choices, as explained in the Martin Flyer site. First, the solitaire is the most traditional set with a single stone at the center. Second, the three-stone features a big diamond between two smaller stones. It is the fancier version of the solitaire. Third, the channel shows small diamonds encrusted along a crevice in the band. It is elegant and sturdy. Fourth,  the micro pave is a center diamond surrounded by small diamonds that gives it an air of antiquity. Lastly, shared prong sets the diamond on metal prongs to expose more facets for greater brilliance.
 
Martin Flyer is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

The Memoire Moment

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in Memoire (23)

When a man offers a Mémoire as an engagement ring, it is a hint to the woman that he is committed for life. A Mémoire makes the moment more special with its fine line of diamond rings and elegant perfection. The second he opens the box to reveal the Mémoire inside, instantly, the dazzling light that comes from the diamond engages the woman's eyes. She cannot be faulted for temporarily forgetting the kneeling man in front of her and, instead, her mind is transfixed in that luxurious piece in the box. It is exactly the man's plan that by giving a Mémoire, he knows that she will be impressed. Each Mémoire ring is set in the signature mounting perfected by master craftsmen in Switzerland and parts of Europe.
 
Mémoire is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

Friday, April 03, 2015

When do you use Marco Bicego?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:55 AM in Marco Bicego (29)

It's a collection of novel, quaint, and stylish bracelets, necklaces, pendants, and rings. But Marco Bicego is best known for its travel-inspired lines, from Marrakech and Goa to Milan and Jaipur. With a range of designs bordering edgy art, the question lingers: when do you use a Marco Bicego? There's no simple answer. You wear it when you want to stand out from people who wear traditional, boring jewelry. You wear it if you want to blend in with a hip and chic culture. You wear it to put a formal ring to a casual meet. You wear it to be playful on an otherwise formal evening. Whatever your reason for wearing Marco Bicego, one thing is clear: it gives you personality beyond elegance.
 
Marco Bicego is available at Schwarzschild's at Short Pump Town Center.
 
 

Who is the Omega Ladymatic woman?

Posted by Schwarzschild at 11:00:00 AM in Omega (25)

She is an epitome of beauty like the watch's seamless lines. She's elegant and glamorous, reflecting the Omega ladies watch's diamond-studded bezel and lustrous precious metals. She is passionate in the same level the Ladymatic's watchmaker is intense about his craftsmanship. But she is also independent and self-willed, as Ladymatic is likewise self-winding and can run on its own power. She is strong, one who gave birth to her family, mirroring the watch's sturdy stainless steel and precious metal.  She enchants the people around her, as they are also dazzled by Ladymatic's captivating Supernova pattern, which comes in black, white, brown, purple, pink, mother of pearl, or shaded grey. The Ladymatic woman is a multi-tasker like the watch, which features a co-axial chronometer.
 
Omega is available at Schwarzschild's on Alverser Drive.
 
 

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