November 2018
Welcome to our November Newsletter!
November Birthstones:
Diamonds on the Key offers Topaz & Citrine Birthstone Jewelry in a variety of designs, including necklaces, pendants, earrings & rings. Visit our Instagram page for more gift ideas! Click on the blue link below:

DID YOU KNOW?: Gemologists love topaz because it comes in some of the gem world’s largest crystals: The largest are measured in KILOS not CARATS. They also love the fact that faceted topaz takes such a high polish and can be slightly slippery to the touch.
TOMORROW, Monday, May 1st, is the FINAL day of our Boston Trunk Show! We'll be Canton from 12-8! Come by and see gorgeous, fine 14k gold & gemstone jewelry items starting at only $300. Lovely gifts for Mothers Day, and any upcoming Communions and Graduati
Pictured here are some of the many colors of topaz. From left to right: a 9.21 carat (ct) colorless emerald cut from Nigeria; a 15.01 ct light blue emerald cut from Brazil; an 18.41 ct purplish pink emerald cut from Pakistan; and a 12.54 ct orange-red emerald cut from Brazil. Photo: Robert Weldon/GIA
Those with a November birthstone have two beautiful options to choose from: topaz or citrine. Topaz comes in a rainbow of colors; citrine is known for its charming yellow and orange hues. The two gems give you countless options. Your challenge will be deciding which one to pick.

Topaz was long thought to have many benefits. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz gave them strength. From the 1300s to the 1600s, Europeans thought it could thwart magic spells and dispel anger. The November birthstone was also believed to have curative powers.

Citrine is a variety of quartz, which has been used in jewelry for thousands of years. The ancient Greeks carved rock crystal ornaments that glistened like permafrost. Roman pontiffs wore rings set with massive purple amethysts and citrine has been reported in Roman jewelry. It was particularly popular in colorful Scottish jewelry from the Victorian era. Citrine, believed to derive from the French word for lemon (citron), is given for the thirteenth wedding anniversary.
The Anahí mine produces citrine, amethyst and ametrine gems in a broad range of hues. Photo: GIA & Tino Hammid
Hollywood Scarlets wearing Citrine
Happy November Birthday to these Beautiful #DOTKGirls & Diamonds on the Key Owner, Christina Termine!
Our Birthday girls are: Sophie Galtourides, Dania Rodriguez-Cuesta, Amalia Tagaris-Busuioc, Leni Weber, Ana Trejos & Elaine Murgillo
Happy Birthday Christina!!
We love to see all our clients enjoying & showing off
their Diamonds on the Key jewelry!

Be sure to tag us on your Social Media photos!

Happy November Anniversary to these
amazing #DOTKCouples
Our DOTK Couples are: Lori & Randal Rombeiro, Perla Machaen & Robert Thorne, George & Johanna Earl, and Mary Tamer* & Paul Mahoney*!

*Christina Termine created the beautiful Ruby & Diamond Wedding Rings for Mary & Paul over 25 years ago! Congratulations on your 25th Wedding Anniversary!!
Congratulations to Alexandra & Eduardo Rodriguez on the upcoming birth of your baby girl, due November 12th!
Give new life to old, dated jewelry & gemstones!
More people are turning their beloved diamonds, gemstones, gold and antique jewelry into new, contemporary designs through a "Make-Over" by Diamonds On The Key. Schedule a one-on-one appointment with designer, Christina Termine, to discuss how your old & outdated jewelry, can be easily transformed into new desirable pieces!

Here are some recent jewelry "Make-Overs" re-designed to fit each client's request and personal style. See before & after photos!
We were thrilled when a client brought us multiple gemstones, a diamond bangle bracelet, a diamond Riviera necklace & a thick gold necklace, for evaluation and a custom jewelry project! See images below of her inventory and old pieces, the creative process and the beautiful new custom designs.
Loose gemstones and gold.
Loose gemstones, gold and diamonds to unset.
This image shows a layout of one of the red gemstones surrounded by diamonds in various sizes, which were unset from the Riviera diamond necklace. The design consists of a double halo of diamonds set around the perimeter of the central red gemstone, with 2 rows of diamonds graduating in size, down either side of the ring shank. The mounting was cast in 14k yellow gold, with a scrap gold credit from the original necklace, and applied to the price of the design and labor.
The client got inspiration from a magazine clipping, to use her gemstones and diamonds, to create a hanging statement pendant. Using seven of the red stones and three leftover diamonds, we custom created this long rectangular pendant to slide onto her gold omega necklace.
Stay tuned to see what other beautiful pieces she is creating with her
fabulous gemstone, diamond and gold inventory!
Wishing you the happiness of good friends,
the joy of a family
& the wonder of the holiday season.
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from Diamonds on the Key!
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