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Sylvie celebrates 15 years of design excellence, unveils new brand campaign and evolution of brand identity

(Dallas, TX) Sylvie, a leading luxury jewelry brand, is celebrating the 15th anniversary of its founding. In celebration of its achievements, heritage, and future growth plans, Sylvie marks this milestone with the unveiling of an evolved brand identity to usher in the company’s next chapter alongside a new brand campaign.   Sylvie is a Texas-based luxury jewelry company founded by an international husband-wife duo. Antwerp, Belgium-native Sylvie Levine, a jewelry designer, and Ian Levine, a South African immigrant who came to the states 35 years ago gave life to the Sylvie brand in 2007 via Spectrum Diamonds, which was originally

Sylvie Bridal Spotlight: Rick & Carly Cash from the Rick & Carly Show!

SAY HELLO AND CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SYLVIE BRIDE & GROOM: Rick & Carly from the Rick & Carly Show – The Eagle 96.1 FM TELL US YOUR STORY I’ve known my fiance rick for ten years. If someone would have told me then that someday I would marry that man I probably would have laughed out loud. We had a brother/sister type of Relationship where he teased me all the time. The romance was the farthest thing from my mind. Through the years we faced many challenges Together. Losing jobs, divorces, problems with our kids, and at the end of

What you Need to Know about Yellow Gold Engagement Rings

Be it their matte finish to luster, yellow gold engagement rings are resurging in modern jewelry trends. The reason behind this is the rising popularity of minimalist and subtle gold jewelry, including pendants, rings, and hoop earrings. Although white gold, platinum, and rose gold are popular metal choices for engagement rings, many modern couples are opting for yellow gold, too. Let’s take a deep dive into the world of yellow gold and why they are a great option for engagement rings. What is Yellow Gold? Yellow gold is created through a mixture of gold with various metals. Gold is most

Best Tips for Buying a Pear Shaped Engagement Ring

The pear-shaped diamond cut is a combination of the round-brilliant and marquise cut. With one curved and one pointy end, this diamond cut is also known as the teardrop shape. The pear-cut has been around for hundreds of years and is used as the side stone on an engagement ring. However, many people have also started using this unique diamond shape as the center stone on solitaire engagement rings. Pear-shaped diamonds for engagement rings have become increasingly popular due to their similarities with the round-brilliant cut, mainly that fantastic sparkle it exudes through its various facets. Great skill is required

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