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Jan 16, 2015

A Golden Weekend

This past weekend was the annual “big” jewelry week for anyone in the industry, with a plethora of events ranging from awards and luncheons to black tie galas. I attended the inspiring Diamond Empowerment Fund Good Awards & The Twenty- Four Karat Club’s annual banquet. Read more!

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Jan 9, 2015

The Land of Smiles & Gold

In a marketplace full of every fake item you can imagine, from Rolexes to Celine bags, it is no wonder that this Asian-world understands the value of a precious metal. For centuries Buddhist temples have been created by pooled funds from the local communities to use gold leaf to decorate vast columns. Buddha’s that have outlived wars and destruction were made in the rich gold-tone. Everywhere you turn throughout Bangkok, there most likely is something made of gold. I was in “gold-girl” heaven.

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Dec 19, 2014

Jewelry Leading Up to Your BIG Day!

From firsthand experience as a bride-­‐to-­‐be I can tell you that no one discloses all of the expected outfits and accessories you need over the course of your engagement. It all starts with what to wear to your engagement party, followed by bridal shower, bridesmaids luncheon, etc. Not one to obsess over clothing (jewelry is always more my thing) I found it fun to incorporate special gold accessories leading up to the big day. Here is some inspiration, along with ideas from esteemed jewelry designers such as Fred Leighton & Cartier, along with newer designers Marli & Sutra.

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Dec 12, 2014

Holiday Gift Guide: For Him

If the guys in your life are anything like the ones in my family then taking to jewelry has been something they have had to warm up to. With the exceptions of owning a few staples, gifting jewelry is not always easy for someone who rarely wears it. Therefore, I suggest staying with the classics and help build a collection that he can use and have forever. Read more for my suggestions in best in gold for him!

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Dec 5, 2014

The Ultimate Holiday Wish List – For Her

As the holidays are quickly approaching it is always a good idea to gift items that will not only sparkle and shine but will also retain value for many years to come (she wants jewelry, duh!). With so many great jewelry designers out there, it is hard to go wrong with a jewelry gift, however, navigating through to find what is best for that special someone is what I am here to help with! Here are a few of my favorite pieces that would be great gifts for her, check back next week for gifts for him.

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Nov 28, 2014

Future Heirlooms Jewelry Spotlight

I was once told that “you can tell a lot about a woman just by taking a look into her jewelry box.” Only really ever seeing a family member’s or close friend’s jewelry box, I immediately imagined peering into a strangers’ and fantasizing about what I would find. It seemed so wrong, but what could I discover about this new person? Would I find mementos from celebrations, charms from places travelled, pieces referring to children or even grandchildren, or maybe even more refined pieces with serious wow factors that symbolize special occasions or nights out. Either way, a woman’s jewelry box holds her most prized possessions. As a special feature focusing on pieces of jewelry with sentimental value, I am showcasing women within the fine- jewelry industry that have a story about their favorite staple piece that represents a future heirloom with sentimental value.

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Nov 21, 2014

Future Heirlooms Part 1

My family has shaped my entire perspective on the buying and wearing of gold jewelry. Like a rite of passage passed down to me from generations above, gold and its everlasting value has been a topic at my household family gatherings and dinners for years for as long as I can remember. “Where was gold at today?”, my grandfather would ask constantly. At the time, this question was confusing, but what I did understand was that gold was special. Read more.

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Nov 14, 2014

Spin it like 1960

Prevalent on fall fashion runways from New York and London to Paris and Milan, were go-go 1960’s touches and tendencies. These styles included swing jackets that make you want to dance in circles, knee-high glossy boots that could have you dancing for days, and simple makeshift dresses that transfer easily from day to night. With style icons such as Audrey Hepburn and Jackie O, it is no wonder that we keep trying to reinvent the classics and bring back these styles. Check out below to see my spin on classic 1960’s fashion with my current favorites in gold vintage jewelry.

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Nov 7, 2014

Buddha Mama x Beauty & Essex

Collaborations are a great thing. Collaborations are even greater when they involve one of your favorite designers who are selling exclusively at your store. This is big news. Read more!

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Oct 31, 2014

AGTA: Gemstones with Gold

Big trends that I noticed at the AGTA Spectrum awards were that most stones were featured in yellow or rose gold, tons of opals, and lots of unexpected color combinations. Doug, CEO of AGTA, had explained to me that each color has a complement (go back to elementary school color wheels), gemologists and designers are very aware of these complementary colors and often use stones such as purple and yellow together.

Check out my pictures from the event to see some of my favorite pieces:

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The Goldgirl


Lauren Kaminsky- aka The Gold Girl is a young entrepreneur in Manhattan. Working in her father's pawnshop is anything but ordinary and each day leads to something new. Passionate about the gold items that come her way, Lauren shares them and her daily excursions with us on this blog.

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