Journal

A Meeting of the Minds

Aug 7, 2017

I’m feeling inspired this morning after meeting with jewelry industry supplier, Stuller Inc. The brand stragagist and their writer and researcher, Karen and Josh, came to the shop today to discuss what their clients need and want. Stuller, for those of you who don’t know is a trade supplier of metals and tools and so…

A Recycled Process

Aug 2, 2017

We recently had a client who had came in with a large pile of gold rings and pendants with several miscellaneous diamonds and gems. We pulled out all the stones from their settings and and were left with a pile of gold. We took this pile to cast a new wide plain band and scatter…

Outdoor Month

Jun 30, 2017

So June was (technically at this moment still is) outdoor month, but why confine the outdoors to just one month? Why not all the months? If you are a person who loves the outdoors and thinks natural wonders should be celebrated year round, we have some great options for nature inspired engraving.

Best of 2017

Jun 4, 2017

At the beginning of every year, Seattle Bride magazine begins their “Best Of” voting. This year, we were nominated for “locally designed wedding jewelry” and “engagement/wedding rings”. After a couple rounds of voting, Everling made it to the finals, and we are so excited to be in the running against some very large jewelry shops…

Sunset Magazine

May 31, 2017

Looking for a fun read this month? Sunset magazine has an article in their June issue about Seattle designers who are “adorning the Emerald city” – And Everling Jewelry made the cut! We are excited to be included and recognized for the work we are doing to be a part of Seattle’s recycling ethos! Check…

Re-Love Your Broken Chains

Mar 15, 2017

What do you do when your clasp breaks on one of your gold chains? Shove it to the back of your jewelry box? Stick it in a baggy with your other chains that are knotted or that broke a quarter of the way down? We have a solution for many of your chain woes: Our…

Burmese Ruby Ban Lifted…Too Soon?

Mar 1, 2017

Burmese rubies are back. Is that a good thing? Thanks to Hollywood portrayals and activist campaigns, many are familiar with the term “blood diamond,” which refers to human-rights abuses and other serious concerns in the diamond-mining industry. Fewer people know that U.S. imports of Burmese rubies were banned for years due to similar concerns. And…

With These Rings

Jul 22, 2016

Just for the Gents

Sep 29, 2015

So, let’s start with wedding bands in general. They all used to be pretty simple and plain. It wasn’t uncommon for a couple to get two basic gold bands and call it a day. Today, though, the ladies are lucking out on the proposal front with large, blingy rings. Which is great, but it feels…

Jewelry Night Out

Sep 9, 2015
Jewelry Night Out -- Final pendant

For those of you that love jewelry, but are not in the industry, allow me to get you up to speed. Jewelry Night Out is an annual event that is sponsored by the Women’s Jewelry Association, held in cities all over the U.S. on the same night in September. This year, it is being held on…