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5 Times You Should Remove Your Wedding Ring

Friday, September 26, 2014 | Jewelry

Wedding Ring - Kettle Bell

Once you’re married, it seems almost blasphemous to take your wedding ring off – after all, it reminds you (and the whole world) of the love you share with your spouse! But there are some tasks that are best done sans ring. Certain chemicals can harm your jewelry, and even though it’s hard to set them aside for a while, taking off your wedding and engagement rings while doing these five activities will keep them sparkling for years to come.

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Survey Says? What Women Want in an Engagement Ring

Friday, August 29, 2014 | Jewelry

What Women Want in an Engagement Ring

When you’re buying an engagement ring for your girlfriend, you want to pick out something perfect. Some men browse the jewelry store, see a ring, and immediately know it’s ‘the one.’ For the vast majority of us, though, there’s a lot more hemming and hawing, and in the end you just hope she loves it as much as she loves you!

If you’re totally clueless, Lavalier can help you get on the right track. We’ve looked at several online polls to determine what most women prefer in ring shape, size, color, cut, etc. Of course, your girl is anything but average – but it’s a great place to start your search!

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Do I Really Need Jewelry Insurance? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Friday, August 8, 2014 | Insuring Your Jewelry

The peace of mind that comes from knowing that your precious jewelry is taken care of is priceless, but some people hesitate before purchasing jewelry insurance. Regardless of your situation, you should look into jewelry insurance whenever you inherit or buy jewelry. If any of the following situations describes you, jewelry insurance isn’t just a luxury; it’s a must-have.

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