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Mother’s Day

Give Mom a gift she’ll treasure for years to come.

Here are a few items on special this month just for Mom, that we’re sure she’ll love.

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Fully customizable and available in halfway and eternity versions.


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GIA Certified Studs
0.85 ctw $1,550
1.05 ctw $2,875
1.25 ctw $3,550
1.40 ctw $3,950
1.60 ctw $5,500
1.80 ctw $5,850
2.02 ctw $8,850
2.40 ctw $16,500
2.80 ctw $19,500
3.41 ctw $29,450
5.40 ctw $48,850
5.62 ctw $52,500

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A classic jewelry staple, every woman loves a pair of diamond hoops.  Our hoops are made with the most secure solid gold clasps available and pair that with our inside-out design, it’s the perfect hoop.  Available in a variety of sizes, carat weights and metal color.

1.50 ct $1,950
2.00 ct $2,450
2.50 ct $2,975
3.00 ct $3,550
4.00 ct $4,975
5.00 ct $6,885


%Jeweler NYC %NYC Wholesale DiamondsDiamond Solitaire Necklace

Offering a beautiful selection of GIA certified stones to make a stunning piece she’ll wear everyday!
1.00 Carat H Color SI1 Clarity $5,500
1.25 Carat I Color SI1 Clarity $6,950
1.50 Carat H Color SI1 Clarity $9,650
2.00 Carat J Color VS2 Clarity $13,500
2.70 Carat I Color VS2 Clarity $23,500
3.00 Carat I Color SI1 Clarity $28,850
4.00 Carat H Color SI1 Clarity $44,500
5.03 Carat I Color SI1 Clarity $59,850


See our full listing of Mother’s Day Specials HERE

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Emerald, the May Birthstone

 

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Emerald is the green variety of beryl, and a symbol of rebirth believed to grant the owner foresight, good fortune, and youth. Emerald is derived from the word smaragdus, meaning green in Greek. 

In its finest quality, Emerald is the rarest of the colored precious stones…even more than Ruby and Sapphire.  Chemically, it is a beryllium-aluminum silicate whose color is due to small quantities of chromium compounds. The emerald was highly esteemed in antiquity; the stones were used for ornaments in early Egypt where some of the first emeralds were mined. The finest emeralds are found in South America in Colombia, where they have been mined for over 400 years. The gem was a favorite in pre-Columbian Mexico and Peru, where it was cut in intricate designs. The treasure taken back to Spain by early explorers included emeralds. Good emeralds are the most highly valued of gem stones. India, Zimbabwe, and Australia are minor sources of the natural stones.

NYC Wholesale Diamonds carries a full line of Emerald and Diamond Fine Jewelry. Our President, Keith J Saxe, has custom designed Diamond and Emerald Engagement Rings for over 28 years.

A unique, personal jeweler who works nationwide, Keith Saxe is GIA and FIT trained and has been a trusted high end diamond jewelry specialist for 28 years. He is the founder and president ​of NYC Wholesale Diamonds located at 47 West 47th Street, Suite 3A, in the New York City Diamond District. His website is www.NYCWD.com and he authors a blog at www.NYCDiamondBlog.com. Keith has recently been named to The Diamond Council of America, is a member of the Jewelers Board of Trade, and Jewelers of America. He offers GIA Certified Ideal Cut Diamonds,​ and state of the art fine jewelry designs at low wholesale prices. Keith has been named the N.Y. Diamond District’s Favorite Jeweler by the N.Y. Post’s Savvy Shopper column, had his diamond education articles published, been recommended in the New York Times, national gift reporter Robyn Spizman’s ‘Perfect Present Guide’ and ‘The GIFTionary’, as well as having his Diamond Halo Engagement Ring design featured on ‘The Knot.’’
 

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Emerald, the May Birthstone

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Emerald is the green variety of beryl, and a symbol of rebirth believed to grant the owner foresight, good fortune, and youth. Emerald is derived from the word smaragdus, meaning green in Greek.  Continue reading

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