Trend Report: My Ruby Valentine

by Editorial

The weekend before Valentine’s day TJB is inviting shoppers looking for the perfect gift.
By Carolina Cornejo

Stephen Webster silver, raspberry quartz and diamond ring (Photo courtesy of Tiny Jewel Box)

To celebrate Valentine’s day, Tiny Jewel Box is hosting a two-day shopping special that will last from at 10am-5:30pm on Friday 10th and Saturday 11th. This event include new merchandise from Fragments Design Lab, an exclusive collection of Tag Heuer Watches and never-before-seen designs from Penny Preville, just to name a few.

Platinum, diamond and pink sapphire ring, photo cred: Courtesy of Tiny Jewel Box

Tiny Jewel Box, established on 1930 was amongst the first in the United States to feature David Yurman, Stephen Webster, Lou Lou Guiness, Alex Sepkus when they were still virtually unknown. Its multi-story building located in downtown DC, is anything but tiny–it provides shoppers the option to choose its valentine’s gift from the first three floors. Each floor houses different jewelry and gifts for different occasions, including, of course, Valentine’s Day (for him and her).

The first floor house a collection of wedding bands and engagement rings (this would really make Valentine’s Day special!) as well as the area’s largest collection of vintage and antique jewelery. We love the 1920s period pieces. They are exquisite. The second floor displays home accessories and jewelery from designers such as David Yurman, John Hardy, Slane & Slane. The third floor unlike the first two floors houses collections of timepieces from well known watchmakers such as Jaeger Le-Coultre, Bedat & Co. , TAG Heuer, Maurice LaCroix plus other accessories and gifts for men and women. Regardless on what floor you are on, this store continues to introduce new ideas and designers while still staying true to the classics which makes it an appealing option when seeking a Valentine’s day gift.

White gold, ruby, and diamond pendant, photo cred: Courtesy of Tiny Jewel Box

White gold, ruby, and diamond drop earrings, photo cred: courtesy of Tiny Jewel Box

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