Italia Ricci Looks Stunning Wearing Sylvie


Actress, Italia Ricci, wears Sylvie’s diamond fashion band (FR576) to the Hollywood Foreign Press Assocation & InStyle Party, November 2014.

The Wedding Ring Book Featuring New Sylvie Pendant


The Wedding Ring Book, Fall/Winter 2014 issue, features a white gold diamond pendant (PD657), one of our newest design in our Sylvie Collection in the article “The Millenial Bride”

Sea Island Life Magazine Features Sylvie Levine and the Right Engagementring


Sea Island Life Magazine, Fall/Winter 2014 issue, Sylvie Levine, CEO of Sylvie Collection, makes suggestions to men on what engagement ring is the right ring to propose and features a vintage halo diamond engagement ring (S1240).

Engagement 101 features Sylvie in “Exciting Colorful Trends”

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Engagement 101 Magazine Spring/Summer 2015 issue highlights The Sylvie Collection in the upcoming colorful trends featuring different color center stones in vintage styles (S1225C01, S4108, SY148C and S1129C01)

Sylvie Levine’s Advise in Engagement 101 “The Right Engagement Ring”


Engagement 101 Magazine Spring-Summer 2015 issue features Sylvie Levine’s advise on finding “The Right Engagement Ring for Your Finger Shape” and highlights a white and rose gold diamond engagement ring (S1193TT) from her Sylvie Collection.



Engagement 101 Magazine features Sylvie’s vintage style diamond engagement ring (S1213) in “The Best Engagement Rings for your Finger Shape”.



Keltie Knight, TV personality and Host of “The Insider” loves our Sylvie Collection, wearing fashion earrings (ER400C and ER613) and yellow gold band (B0010) in Avenue Magazine.



Keltie Knight, TV personality and host of “The Insider” is featured in “Avenue Magazine” wearing Sylvie’s rose gold fashion ring (FR601), semi precious fashion ring (SS007), and fashion diamond earrings (ER629).



Beautiful Keltie Knight, TV personality and host of “The Insider” is featured in the Avenue Magazine wearing SS026 and S1193 of the Sylvie Collection.

Alanna Ubach Looked Amazing Wearing Sylvie Collection!

The stunning Alanna Ubach wore Sylvie Collection’s rose gold earrings (ER166) and moonstone ring (FR618) to the LA Premiere of the new BRAVO series, “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce”!



December Birthstone: Turquoise, Zircon, and Tanzanite

SS008 (1)December babies are fortunate to have the choice of three distinctly beautiful birthstones to choose from- Turquoise, Tanzania and Zircon. While all three have similar blue hues fitting of cooler weather, each is unique with their own set of healing properties and rich folklore.


Turquoise stones have been celebrated for centuries all over the world. Today, both stone and color continue to lead the charge in some of the most popular trends in fashion. The name ‘turquoise’ derives from the root word meaning ‘Turkish’, where it is thought the stone could have originated. It also hails as ‘gemstone of the people’, bringing good fortune to those who possess one.

One such example comes from ancient Persian royalty who wore the vibrant blue stone around their necks and wrists in an attempt to protect against unnatural death and ward off approaching doom. Turquoise is still known the world over as a natural protector. It is said to be especially beneficial for travelers, horse riders, airline pilots and crew members, and other who face occupational hazards.

Turquoise Benefits and Chemical Properties

With its cheerful color and rich mysticism, turquoise stones are said to inspire more confidence and open communication among the reticent, bring prosperity and good fortune, and serve as a symbol of faithfulness. However, a Mohs hardness rating of 6 means care should be taken to preserve its natural beauty.  For example, certain cosmetics, extreme heat and bright light have the potential to change its lustrous color. While no heavy cleaners or chemicals are recommended, cleaning the stone with a soft cloth every now and again is.


Unfortunately, Zircon is often confused with the man-made diamond copycat cubic zirconia; however, the natural beauty in this dazzling gemstone has been highly revered since its discovery in the 1920’s. Soon after it flooded the market and has remained a classic since.

Today these beauties are mined all over South East Asia, Australia, and Myanmar, as well as France, Norway, and Canada. While Zircon comes in a naturally occurring range of colors, the most distinctive is the greenish blue shade found in December birthstones, yet depending on the shade, most fall between a 6 to a 7.5 on the Mohs hardness scale.

Zircon History and Healing Properties

Best guess is that Zircon gets its name from the Arabic words “zar” and “gun”, which loosely translate to mean “gold” and “color”. Much like turquoise, zircon has been also been regarded as the must-have amulet for travelers. Worn on

the road, it is said to be a powerful pain reliever and provide protection from disease or injury, as well as to help ensure travelers a warm, cordial welcome. The stone is also believed to prevent insomnia by guaranteeing a restful night’s sleep, and thought to aid in digestion.


In general, the rarer the stone, the more inherent value it has. Tanzanite is no exception. Derived from its namesake, the East African state of Tanzania, this unique beauty is found only one place in the world. Upon its discovery in 1967, specialists and tastemakers such as New York’s Tiffany & Co. hailed it as the ‘gemstone of the 20th century’. With the backing of a high-dollar ad campaign, Tanzanite quickly sparked enthusiastic reactions from the general public.

Over these last few decades, Tanzanite has emerged as one of the most ethically sourced stones in the industry. According to the International Colored Gemstone Association (ICA), “an estimated 90 per cent of all tanzanite merchants are official members…and are thus bound by the high ethical standards of that organization.” Meaning that despite its rarity, only small scale, licensed professionals, are actively trading on the open market.

Tanzanite Cuts and Care

Care should be taken when wearing this rare gem. It registers 6.5 to 7 on the Mohs scale, so harsh chemicals, acidics and ultrasonic baths are discouraged. Because of a term the gem industry describes as polychromaticity, or light consisting of two or more wavelengths, the stone shows a variety of inherent colors ranging from blue, purple or brownish-yellow depending on which angle it’s viewed.

Thanks to its physical properties, Tanzanite can be cut into almost any shape imaginable. This, combined with its rare quality and ethical sourcing, make it a top choice for many engagement rings, especially those with creative designer cuts.

In short, though even if the weather outside is frightful, you can help your sweetheart feel warm and fuzzy this December by getting them a stone to help exude the confidence and individuality which is so

characteristic of Sagittarians.

Sylvie Collection Featured on JCK 360!

Sylvie Collection’s tanzanite and diamond fashion ring were featured in, “What We’re Shooting This Week: Opals, Morganite, and More for February” by Jennifer Heebner, Senior Editor on JCK 360 Style blog on November 18, 2014!

JCK Magazine Online is the jewelry industries hot spot for the latest news, trends and analysis.


Laura Dern Looks Amazing in Sylvie Collection!

Actress Laura Dern looked stunning at the premiere of her new film, “Wild” wearing a red strapless SAFiYAA dress paired with Sylvie Collection’s rose gold earrings!


Sylvie Collection Featured in The Jewelry Book!

Thank you to The Jewelry Book for featuring Sylvie Collection’s rose gold diamond engagement ring and wedding bands in the Fall 2014 Special Bridal Issue!


Centurion Newsletter Covers Maddie & Tae Wearing Sylvie Collection!

Sylvie Collection’s presence at the CMA Awards 2014 was featured within the November Centurion Newsletter.  Country music star Tae of Maddie & Tae was spotted at the CMA Awards wearing Sylvie Collection’s rose gold and white gold diamond fashion ring (S1193S)!


Bridal Guide Features Sylvie Collection!

Thank you to Bridal Guide Magazine for featuring Sylvie Collection’s modern east-west diamond engagement ring in their Jan/Feb 2015 issue!


Sylvie Collection in National Jeweler!

National Jeweler mentions Sylvie Collection’s presence at the CMA’s in their article, “CMA Jewels Light Up Nashville”.  Tae Dye, of the musical duo Maddie & Tae, accessorized with a diamond ring in white and rose gold from Sylvie Collection (S1193S)!  Read the full article here!


Sylvie’s Interview Featured on Yahoo Small Business!

Sylvie’s interview, “Creative in Business” featured on Yahoo Small Business!  Read the entire article here!


Sylvie’s Interview Featured on FOX Business!

Sylvie’s interview, Creative in Business” featured on FOX Business!  Read the entire article here!



Tae Dye, of Maddie & Tae, Wears Sylvie Collection to CMA’s!

Country music star, Tae Dye (of Maddie & Tae – on right) looked stunning at the 2014 Country Music Awards wearing a Victoria Kyriakides dress and Sylvie Collection‘s white and rose gold diamond ring (S1193S)!


Candace Cameron Bure Wearing Sylvie Collection in Angeleno!

Candace Cameron Bure was spotted in Angeleno Magazine wearing Sylvie Collection’s white gold and diamond fashion earrings to The HollyRod Foundations 16th Annual DesignCare in July 2014!