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5 Reasons Diamonds are a Top Gemstone Choice for Engagement Rings

An engagement ring is the most special, emotional, and meaningful piece of jewelry that one can possess. It is also one of the most expensive gifts purchased for someone’s significant other that is bound to be worn routinely by its recipient. So, when it comes to shopping for engagement rings, you want to make sure that you make the best possible choice. Serving as a symbol of purity and everlasting love, an engagement ring featuring a stunning diamond can easily become an heirloom to be passed on from generation to generation. Most people steer directly towards a diamond engagement ring

The Difference between a Real Diamond and Lab Grown

Real Diamonds VS. Lab Grown So, you’re ready to take the next step and propose. We’re so excited for you. This is one of the most important moments of your life and of course, you want it to be perfect. That is where we come in. We are here to help you choose the perfect diamond engagement ring for your bride to be – natural or man-made that is! Examples of Real Sylvie Jewelry Diamonds Choosing an engagement ring can be a challenging task. There are so many features to choose from such as, style, shape, carat size, clarity, etc. While

The History of the Blue Sapphire

At the Sylvie Jewelry, we’re all about the diamonds, but this month it’s definitely all about the sapphire! The blue sapphire to be exact. Today we’re taking a look back into the history of our beautiful blue sapphires. We’ll let you in on a little knowledge about the sapphire itself, but let’s be honest you’re really here for all things blue! Keep on reading for all things sapphires. The sapphire represents integrity, honesty, and honor. For centuries, the stone embellished the clothing of royal men. The blue essence in a sapphire is of the highest of quality over other blue


Want to make this summer shine even brighter? How about popping the question on the beach with the sound of the waves in the background? What a beautiful setting for a beautiful couple! But, wait! You need the perfect summer ring to go with it.  Since it’s the season to heat things up, a summer wedding proposal is just the addition you need for your romantic moment. Summer is a time for adventure and trying new things, which is why the spiral ring is just the ring for the season. Taking a modern twist on a classic more traditional style.

Marquise vs. Pear-Shaped Engagement Rings

Having difficulty choosing between two equally captivating diamond cuts? You are not alone! Pear and marquise shapes, both unique diamond cuts, make it difficult for any bride to choose one—especially when her heart yearns for both. Luckily, we are here to help you along the way! This post offers information on both of these shapes, their histories, and what makes them so exceptional. We even listed two of our most-requested choices from our collection to help narrow your search. Finally, we’ll recommend which diamond cuts pair best with which hand shapes and sizes. Let’s get started! The Marquise Diamond History

March Birthstones: Aquamarine and Bloodstone

As early as time itself, people have associated each month with one or two specific birthstones. Claiming that each has a significant impact on the person’s personality born in that month. Whether it is true or not, this time, we are taking a look at the birthstone of those born in March. Surprisingly, people born in this month have two birthstones–What are those two march birthstones? They are Aquamarine and Bloodstone. Aquamarine – The March Birthstone Since many years, aquamarine has remained the symbol of love, unity, strength and fidelity. Capturing both the essence and color of the sky and

October’s Birthstones: Opal and Tourmalines

October has two birthstones: Opal and tourmaline. Opal birthstone is the more traditional of the two, but in 1952 the Jewelry Industry Council urged adding pink tourmaline as an alternative October birthstone. Opals are fun to shop for because they vary so widely. Pick one up, turn it this way and that so it catches the light, and appreciate its unique color and fire. Some are milky white, others are dark, all with flashes of green, blue, red, yellow and orange. October babies claim the opal as their birthstone. So if you’re shopping for somebody with an October birthday consider

February birthstone – Celebrate The Color With Amethyst

Amethyst is February’s birthstone. The word Amethyst derives from a Greek word “amethystos” meaning, not drunk. This beautiful stone is transparent with traces of the color purple which might range from a light mauve color to deep/rich purple. Sylvie Jewelry has an array of amethyst bridal jewelry to choose from for the bride who wants something unique. 


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