Tips on Caring for Your Jewelry January 25 2014, 0 Comments
Here are some great tips for caring for your jewelry!
-Always store your jewelry in a clean, dry place
-The best way to store your jewelry is in a fabric-lined jewelry case, or in a box that has different compartments and dividers. If you would rather use an ordinary box, no problem! Just wrap each piece individually in soft tissue paper.
-Do not jumble your jewelry together--you could scratch your gorgeous pieces
-Be very careful when taking your jewelry off when you wash your hands or the dishes. Don't leave your pieces on the rim of the sink--you don't want to lose your favorite ring or bracelet falling down the drain, never to be seen again!
-See your jeweler once a year to have your jewelry checked for any loose prongs, worn mountings or any general wear and tear.
-You should also visit your jeweler every six months to have your jewelry professionally cleaned to look brand new!
Follow these simple tips, and your jewelry will last a lifetime!
Diamond Dragon Pendant NYC | Edy and Chic December 22 2013, 0 Comments
Only 3 days left until Christmas!
This beautifully handcrafted White Gold and Diamond Dragon Pendant is a powerful symbol of nobility and abundance. The perfect gift for him or her!
Catherine is written up on OrangeJuiceandBiscuits.com blog July 02 2013, 0 Comments
Thank you Jonathan and LoveGold campaign for the amazing blog post!
'Chasing the dragon with jewelry designer Catherine Angiel' July 12 2010, 0 Comments
Dragons, gothic crosses, skulls and the classic arrowed heart that reads “mom”, if you think this is a description of artwork on the wall of a NYC tattoo parlor you’re mistaken. I just walked into Catherine Angiel, a Greenwich Avenue jewelry store located in the West Village.
I’ve always felt tattoos forward implications of danger and mystery onto their owner. Yet, making a lifelong commitment to a particular design is dreadfully disconcerting. (That, and there’s always my mother’s voice in the back of my head warning how it will look when I’m eighty with sagging skin) I conquered my fear of tattoo commitment at Catherine Angiel. Twirling around in front of the store’s mirror with a white diamond dragon pendant shimmering around my neck, I felt like a rock star and I decided that I’d finally found a “tattoo” with which I could form an allegiance.
Now for most of us, a diamond encrusted pendant is not an impulse buy. However, until one can save for the real McCoy, Catherine Angiel also offers silver versions without diamonds that won’t break the bank. You have to be buzzed into the store, which can be a little intimidating, but once inside the music is thumping and the casual atmosphere makes you feel completely comfortable. The store also offers engagement rings and slightly more conservative jewelry designs if the rock and roll experience of her tattoo inspired collection is not for you.