Diamond Engagement Rings Weren’t Always a Lover’s First Choice – Here’s Why

By Inna Kushnirski | December 23, 2019

The very first commissioned diamond engagement ring in recorded history was by Austrian Archduke Maximilian for Mary of Burgundy in 1477. The ring was made of gold and set with diamonds that formed her initial ‘M’. He had made a statement and by early next century diamonds became a symbol of commitment among the European aristocracy.

Build the Perfect Engagement Ring Stack

By Inna Kushnirski | June 6, 2019

An amazing thing about current bridal trends is that anything goes.  This has often been the case for fashion jewelry, but bridal has always tended to veer towards a more traditional approach.  After all, you hope to wear this ring for the rest of your life. Most often women tended to stick to the safe…

Vintage Engagement Ring Eras

By Gabriel Editorial Team | March 1, 2019

The Historical Eras of Vintage Engagement Ring Vintage designs are statement makers in their own right. Couples looking for an unique engagement ring with charming details fit to match the brides’ beauty and shared romance should consider a vintage or vintage-style engagement ring. Georgian (1714-1830) Engagement rings from this particular time period are extremely rare.…

What’s Hot: The Big Survey 2018

By Gabriel Editorial Team | October 15, 2018

What’s Hot: The Big Survey 2018 For the third year in a row, Gabriel and Co has taken the top spot in the INSTORE Magazine 2018 Big Survey! The company received the most votes when readers were asked to name the three best-performing brand-name jewelry lines they carry. Gabriel & Co. is both humbled and…