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4 posts from March 2012

March 29, 2012

Metal for the New Millennium

Are you looking to purchase the latest trend in metal?  Then “hop” on board this Easter with an elegant piece from the new Platinaire® Collection.  Platinaire® is a patented blend of sterling silver and 5% platinum.   This “metal for the new millennium” is more durable than silver and is hypoallergenic, environmentally responsible and impervious to tarnish.

PZALE1-12644871t400 Is there an engagement in your future?  Join the trend of this sleek new metal and propose to her with a Platinaire® engagement ring.  This ring will display your abiding love and dedication.  Pair the engagement ring with a Platinaire® wedding band to symbolize your cherished vows of marriage.

Easter is right around the corner.  The Platinaire® diamond cross pendant  is a great gift for that special someone this Easter.  Platinaire® is a sleek and growing new trend in metal and any item from the Platinaire® Collection is sure to become a treasured piece for your loved one!


March 22, 2012

Three-Stone Rings: Past, Present and Future

You may be drawn to the classic, yet beautiful look of the three-stone ring, but do you know the true significance of the design? It’s said that the stones each symbolize the past, present and future love of the cherished couple - destined to map the momentous phases of the couple’s relationship. That’s a pretty deep thought crafted into one beautiful piece of jewelry.

Diamond Engagement Options

The three-stone diamond engagement ring not only displays the love shared, but it also proudly showcases that commitment. It can be displayed through the traditional diamond look, a black diamond look, or a pink diamond look.


 Promise Ring Options

Three-stone designs aren't limited to engagement rings. Promise your love with a ring celebrating romance’s amazing journey.  Look at these promise ring options in white gold, yellow gold and rose gold.

Gemstone Options

Available in a spectrum of colors, three-stone rings flourish in a multitude of gemstones.  Take a look at the brilliant spring shades of these emerald, blue topaz, sapphire and amethyst rings.


Find these and other elegant three-stone rings at Zales.com.

March 14, 2012

Looking For Luck? Lucky You!

Evil eyeOh the silly things we do for luck! From keeping rabbit's feet (which really doesn't seem all that lucky for the bunny!), to wearing evil eyes or keeping a lucky number, most everyone has that one special talisman that keeps the good luck flowing.

For many people, that 'lucky' item is a piece of jewelry. Lucky for you (get it?), Zales has all kinds of lucky looks available!

ShamrockThe most obvious, of course is the shamrock or clover (see how we got a St. Patty's Day reference in there?). Zales has a bunch (pun alert!) of shamrocks and clovers - including some that dazzle with diamonds or gemstones like this fabulous emerald version. See all of our sharp shamrock looks (say that five times fast) here.

Another symbol of good luck is the horseshoe. Lots of people believe that to hang a horseshoe with the ends pointing upwards is good luck as it acts as a storage container of sorts for any good luck that happens to be floating by. To hang it with the ends pointing down is bad luck as all that floating good luck will fall just fall out.  All that being said, this super-cute DOUBLE horseshoe pendant is twice the luck! As an aside, all our horseshoe jewelry points up - so that's a good sign (and just good fashion sense too). 

HorsehoeSome other lucky icons used by Americans (and some Canadians) include rabbits, ladybugs, wishbones and elephants (this super cute jade one is EXTRA lucky!). In other cultures, dragons, dragonflies, turtles, fish and bamboo are lucky tokens.

In the immortal words of Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry, "Do you feel lucky?"  Whatever talisman you use as your personal symbol of good luck, you're certain to find a super stylish version at your local Zales store or at Zales.com.

March 07, 2012

Enchanting Aquamarine: March’s Birthstone

The first signs of spring are here, which means it’s time to trade in winter’s rich, saturated colors in favor of a lighter, brighter look. The icy, ocean-blue of the aquamarine is the perfect way to welcome spring – and luckily for any March birthday girls, it’s also this month’s birthstone!

Aquamarine can range from the palest blue to a pure turquoise. Dying to rock a sunnier shade this spring? No problem – in spite of its name, aquamarine also has a golden variation, showcased perfectly in this show-stopping yellow aquamarine ring.


Whether you’re celebrating your birthday this month, or just looking for an easy way to incorporate a dash of color into your spring wardrobe, here are some of our favorite aquamarine finds.


The crystalline brilliance of aquamarine makes these rings the perfect companion for spring’s nail trends – think feminine, from prettily-shaped neutral nails to classic pink manis.Rings

  1. Cushion-cut aquamarine and white topaz accent ring in sterling silver
  2. Aquamarine and white topaz flower ring in sterling silver
  3. Aquamarine and 1/4 CT. T.W. diamond frame flower ring in white gold


Runway styles this spring included the return of boatneck and one-shoulder tops. A pretty aquamarine pendant is an easy way to dress up these styles. It’s also a natural pairing for the floral patterns saturating the fashion world this spring.


  1. Cushion-cut aquamarine and white topaz framed pendant in sterling silver
  2. Aquamarine pendant in 14K white gold with diamond accents
  3. Square aquamarine birthstone pendant in sterling silver with diamond accents


Retro hairstyles and sleek topknots graced the runways this spring, delivering the perfect opportunity to showcase a pair of sparkling aquamarine earrings. Earrings

  1. 6.0mm lab-created aquamarine and diamond accent frame stud earrings in gold
  2. Cushion-cut aquamarine and lab-created white sapphire stud earrings in white gold
  3. Aquamarine and 1/5 CT. T.W. diamond drop earrings in sterling Silver

You can see these styles (and lots more!) at Zales.com.