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Love of Rose Gold

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Love of Rose Gold

Rose gold has become very popular in the last few years, yet is not new to the jewelry industry. Rose gold got its start in the 19th century in Russia. Carl Faberge was one of the first to use rose gold in his lovely Faberge eggs, blending gold and copper. This blend created a lovely pinkish material that was first coined as Russian Gold. As it gained popularity it became know as "Rose Gold". The depth of rose gold color depends on the ratio of copper to gold, ranging from soft pink to a more reddish pink. The higher the...

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Where Does Time Go?

Posted by Resa Wilkinson on

Where Does Time Go?

Where does the time go, we ask. Busy schedules, family time, events and just LIFE! I too have been busy with moving, learning new jewelry techniques and constantly striving for better.  While the wheel of time is spinning, I hope to add more new pieces to the shop. With a passion for gorgeous fine, one of a kind gemstones in various sizes ( yes, I like BIG stones ), this is getting to be more fun than ever! I also am a Rapnet member, which provides me with access to basically any diamond in the world. With this fantastic combination,...

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Summer Floats Away as Fall Arrives at Resa Wilkinson Jewelry

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As we come to an end of summer 2015, kissing away aqua beach waves while sandy coastal warmth floats off in the distance, our senses are replaced by the trees showing off their very own rich Fall fashion tones. Just as our earth begins to show off its soulful Fall leaves, Resa Wilkinson Jewelry fills the shop with colorful natural gemstones, including fair trade Montana Sapphires, Oregon Sunstones, stunning genuine Morganites from Brazil with wedding engagement rings and diamond jewelry designs, as well as Native American turquoise jewelry, just to name a few. As always, if you do not see what...

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