The holiday season is the perfect time to buy a thoughtful gift for your special someone, and our team here at Lee Michaels can absolutely help you find presents for all of the people on your list who have been extra good this year. We’ve got necklaces, rings, earrings and much more. These hand-made pieces are crafted out of some of the finest materials on the planet, and we also carry collections by some of the most distinguished designers in the world, such as our Kokichi Mikimoto collection. This collection is all about utilizing the natural beauty of cultured pearls and using them alongside other fine gems and materials to craft a remarkable piece of jewelry. Holiday Shopping for your loved ones can be a breeze if you put your trust in the hands of our staff here at Lee Michaels.
“Will you marry me?”
It’s the sort of question you should already know the answer to, but still get a little nervous thinking about. Rather than focus on “what if she says no,” turn your attention to making sure both she (and you) are ready to make the big step in your relationship. If all signs point to yes, then chances are, her answer will be, too. Here are three tips to get you started with those hints she’s been dropping. Of course, the actual act of proposing can be one of the most beautiful—and stressful—moments to plan. While you take care of the personal details, we’re happy to help you pick out the perfect engagement ring.
Contrary to popular opinion (and hundreds of years of tradition), engagement rings don’t have to be a diamond solitaire. These five rings prove if beauty is in the eye of the beholder, love is in the ring of the betrothed—no matter what stone takes center stage.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes a baby in a baby carriage. And a mortgage, a job promotion, another baby, a 10th anniversary, and a vacation timeshare. Life is full of milestones small and large. You started off with wedding rings, but how do you commemorate everything else?
In the ancient story of love coming full circle, the Archduke Maximilian of Austria gave Mary of Burgundy a diamond ring to signify their engagement in 1477.
And a silver sixpence in her shoe.