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Do you hEAR your EARs RINGing!?!?

That’s because we have some earrings and rings calling your name!

Take a look at some of our most prized possessions at Thalia Jewelry for 2013…


What’s hot for 2013?

Chandeliers or drop-shaped earrings
Chandeliers or drop-shaped earrings are ideal for the perfect romantic look. They appear very feminine and look fabulous with pretty updos. Larger versions of these types are favored for parties and other occasions and worn as statement earrings.  In 2013, we’ll see both types often in white gold or yellow gold with precious crystals, precious or semiprecious stones, or diamonds.

And when it comes to rings, bigger is definitely better!  You will feel like royalty when you slip on our signature “Kings Ring” and our “Crown Rings”.  Or brighten up your look with a colorful stone like turquoise or green amethyst, but make sure it’s BIG!  Your ears will be ringing when everyone is admiring your precious jewels.

Visit us at to place your custom order for your perfect statement earrings or rings.

Preview the Celestial Collection just in time for Mother’s Day!

Wondering what meaningful gift to give your mother this Mother’s Day?  How about something that glistens gold and tells the sweet story of when you both were born?  The newest addition to Thalia Jewelry is our Celestial Collection.  What’s your sign?  Rooted in the European 1600’s, these symbols represent your birth.  Give your mom a pendant with your sign and hers, on each side.  Come join us at the trunk show this Friday!


Dough for Diamonds….The ‘Princie’ Pink Diamond Sells for Nearly $40 Million

Most Expensive Diamond Ever Sold at Auction Sells for $39.3 Million!


The coveted stone that sold at an auction by Christie’s, weighs a sizeable 34.65 carats and bears what specialists would call a cushion cut stone.  Diamonds, which are highly cherished amongst jewelry collectors, are even more sought out when there is a story attached to the precious gem…

The gem, once owned by the royal family of Hyderabad, was discovered 300 years ago in the ancient Golconda mines in South Central India. The jewel was eventually passed down to Nizam of Hyderabad, who was named the world’s richest man by Time magazine in 1937.  The then Nizam of Hyderabad had it auctioned in 1960 at Sotheby’s.  It was bought by the London branch of the jewelers Van Cleef & Arpels for 46,000 British pounds.  It was then sent to their Paris store where it was christened “Princie” by Pierre Arpels in honor of the fourteen-year old son of Sita Devi, the Maharanee of Baroda, Sayajirao Gaekwad (1945-1985).  The diamond had not gone to auction or been seen in public since 1960.


Speaking of Diamonds….

We are loving the modern twist that we’ve used to incorporate a story stemmed from years ago, with none other than DIAMONDS.  We think ‘Princie’ would love a girl in these dazzling diamond earrings;


Treasures in the depths of fashion…

“When we design it’s like a movie. We think of a
story and we design the clothes to go with it.” Dolce &
Gabanna – When we first saw Dolce
& Gabanna’s
Fall/Winter collection it was a match
made in jewelry and fashion heaven. This collection screams
Byzantine Royalty! Both romantic and traditional, the mosaic
elements have us dreaming crowns and jewels. Pictured below
are some of our most distinct pieces in Thalia
Treasures Collection, and how they look along
side some of the most respected and talented fashion designers.
Indeed, a match made in heaven.



Philanthropist Trunk Show






Thanks to everyone who made it out to our trunk show Wednesday night at Philanthropist Boutique, and thanks to our gracious hosts, the girls at Philanthropist. Wednesday nights trunk show supported the East Bay Community Law Center, an organization that provides low income communities legal services and law training. Ultimately finding a solution to the cause and conditions of poverty. Philanthropist Boutique donates 100% of its proceeds year round to the chosen charity benefitting our community.