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  • Ron Hami: Classic Avant-Garde

    2008 January 15

    Ron Hami has deep seeded roots in the jewelry trade; he comes from a family of jewelry experts. He runs his company with the help of his brother, Eli, out of Los Angeles. Ron Hami pieces are created in a variety of gold materials. Not only yellow, but also white, rose, and black gold are used and adorned with natural gems of many varieties. While being extremely avant-garde, many classic aspects of design are evident. The use of bead cut diamonds - like in the caviar carved earrings - is an example of antique design concepts.

  • Joy Bryant Wearing Ron Hami

    2009 July 20

    Today I found a photo shoot featuring actress Joy Bryant wearing some great pieces of Ron Hami jewelry. The photo shoot was on Complex Magazine's website and offered images that would make any jewelry designer proud to be part of. In the pictures, Ms. Bryant is seen wearing the necklace from the Palma collection as well as a few other necklaces and rings.

  • Matt Baily Launches New Jewelry and Watch Brands

    2007 October 26

    In the past three months, those who have been in the store have noticed a change. Our fourteen-foot showcase is filled with designer jewelry. Pianegonda, Rebecca, Ron Hami, Mimma, and Calgaro are examples of what is now available at Matt Baily's boutique.

  • Gem Review: The Quartz Family. Size, Colour, and Strength at a Good Price

    2008 March 18

    Ever wondered what qualities the citrine, amethyst, or tiger's eye on your jewelry have? These are all varieties of quartz, which is characterized by its beautiful colors and great durability.

  • Valentine's Day Gift Ideas For Him and Her

    2010 January 14

    Jewelry is a classic Valentine's day present and for good reason. A piece of jewelry can show that you know her tastes and her personality. An endless variety of designs enables you to choose a piece that carries a specific meaning like a good luck charm or a symbolic number for example. It doesn't necessarily have to be deep, powerful symbolism to be memorable. On our fifth Valentine's Day together, I gave my girlfriend a 5-stack Pianegonda Bond ring. I gave her each component separately at different moments during our dinner and movie date to represent each year that we were together. It could have been five years, or five months. The bottom line is that my theatrics made the event meaningful and therefore memorable.

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