Shop Our One-of-a-Kind Estate Jewelry in DC

Mar 13, 2019

One of the most unique choices you can make is to shop estate jewelry in DC as each piece is often handmade and one-of-a-kind Estate jewelry is best defined as previously owned, higher-end jewelry, not jewelry that comes from someone’s estate. If the item is over 100 years old, it is also considered antique. When you… Read more »

Choosing Vintage Jewelry in Washington, DC: The Unique Choice

Nov 21, 2018

Nowadays it becomes more and more difficult to find something truly unique and special, particularly when it comes to jewelry. But when everything seems the same, vintage jewelry in Washington, DC is the exception. Vintage jewelry trends in Washington, DC Due to the way jewelry was made in the past, each piece of vintage jewelry in… Read more »

Estate Jewelry in Washington DC: The Complete Guide

Aug 22, 2018

Estate jewelry DC is a unique choice, each piece is one-of-a-kind and often handmade. Estate jewelry can also be antique, but there is an important distinction between the two types. Defining Estate Jewelry Estate jewelry is best defined as previously owned, higher-end jewelry, not jewelry that comes from someone’s estate. If the item is over 100 years… Read more »

Holiday Jewelry Gifts at Charles Schwartz

Dec 8, 2017

Still shopping for the perfect jewelry gift this holiday season? Look no further, our jewelers at Charles Schwartz have had experience uniting shoppers with the perfect holiday jewelry gifts for over 100 years. Designer Jewelry Is your loved one constantly keeping up with the latest fashion trends? Are they following all of the new seasonal styles? If… Read more »

The Necklace Guide: How to Accessorize Necklines

Jun 26, 2017

This summer is all about necklines. Whether you are wearing a halter top dress to happy hour in DuPont Circle or a V-neck shirt on a Sunday afternoon in Rock Creek Park you need to make sure you have the perfect accessory for every neckline. V-Neck: Wear a classic piece that ends just above the… Read more »