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Tungsten Rings & Bands

  1. Happy Birthday January: All about Garnets

     by: jaja_1985 (flickr) Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful 2013, has had a wonderful start to 2014, and that your holidays were absolutely spectacular! I've been pretty busy with the holidays, and my wedding planning is in full swing now, so I feel a little bit like I'm running around like a chicken with its head cut...
  2. Mens Fashion Tutorial: How to Tie a Bow-tie and Tie

     by: Paul Hudson (flickr) Do you like bowties? I do. Bowties are cool. Prior to last week, however, I had never had to tie one before. Last week the fiancée and I attended a pre-Christmas gala for people who made donations to the local women's shelter. His company made a donation earlier in the year and in return they were...
  3. Larson Jewelers Introduces Precious Metal Fingerprint Rings Line

    The leading fingerprint rings and wedding bands retailer, Larson Jewelers, announces the launch of a new fingerprint rings line made of precious metals. IRVINE, December 31, 2013 – Larson Jewelers (http://www.larsonjewelers.com), the leading destination for fingerprint rings and bands, has launched a fingerprint rings line made with precious metals, like gold, silver, platinum and palladium.  Previously, this line was only...
  4. Larson Jewelers Now Carries All Lines of Triton Rings

    The leading wedding bands retailer, Larson Jewelers, announces they now have all wedding band styles from Triton Jewelry on their website. IRVINE, December 28, 2013 – Larson Jewelers (http://www.larsonjewelers.com), an authorized dealer of the Triton Rings line, a division of Frederick Goldman, has just announced they now have every line of Triton rings in every metal, not only their tungsten...
  5. New Trend Alert: Non-Diamond Engagement Rings

     by Christopher Schmidt (flickr) New Trend Alert: Non-Diamond Engagement Rings I don't know about you, but I'm admittedly loving the way trends in the jewelry industry are starting to focus less on diamonds and a bit more on the more colorful gemstones. There is always going to be a place for diamonds in the industry. That isn't going to change...
  6. Top Engagement Trends of 2013

     by Andrea/freakapotimus (flickr) As I search and study and plan, plan, plan, for my upcoming wedding, I've noticed some trends in weddings and engagements over the last year. Some of the things have evolved over several years, and others seem to have sprung up out of nowhere; but either way, weddings have changed a lot from their traditional roots. I'm...
  7. 7 Best Wedding Destinations

     by Fresco Tours (flickr) As a bride to be I have been doing a lot of wedding research. I've investigated dresses, invitations, venues… eek… you don't realize how much goes into planning a wedding until you are in the midst of it. My fiancé and I may not be planning a destination wedding, but I did look into it in...
  8. The Golden Rule of Wedding Rings

    The sky was blue, sun shining, and the happy groom twiddled his thumbs as he nervously waited for his bride to make her entrance over the hill. The groom, Tim, was young, in his early twenties, but years beyond his age in maturity. He was the owner of a small internet start-up in San Fran that was on the brink...
  9. Primary Uses of Tungsten

    by Windell Oskay (flickr) Primary Uses of Tungsten I like metal. Not the music, though like most people I can appreciate a good power ballad from time to time. I guess more accurately I should say I like metals. They are shiny, pretty, and they can be used to make pretty things, like rings! One of the metals I've been...
  10. Best Tuxedos for Men on Their Big Day

     by: Aaron E. Silvers (flickr) When I was younger I mistakenly thought that all men's tuxedos were pretty much the same. They were the penguin suits that men wore to weddings, proms, and other fancy events. I assumed they came in different colors (my father's cream colored suit pictured in my parent's wedding album served as proof of this) but...