When did the US start minting "In God We Trust?" What does "E Pluribus Unum" mean? You mean coins are not the same as they have always been? Find out with Pendant and Ring!
When was the first coin made? Where was the first coin made? Find out with Pendant and Ring.
Viking treasure found on the Isle of Man and one of the items was really unexpected!
Queen Victoria's mourning jewelry is coming up for auction. See the pieces today, on Pendant and Ring.
Look at this beautiful and ancient, gold jewelry! Over a millennia ago these museum pieces were carefully crafted and they haven't aged a day!
Join us for a brief history of Christmas in July!
Hope you are having a great weekend! #Saturdayvibes are strong and these Spanish Coin Pendants are stunning. Thank you for joining us today, on Pendant and Ring.
Welcome to the first installment of "Wow Me Wednesday!" So, not every Wednesday, but occasionally, we will curate a list of interesting jewelry-related tidbits and jewelry items to share with you. We hope you like it. This week on "Wow Me Wednesday" we are discussing Neoclassical design and its return, again. The neoclassical period was …
A small treasure was uncovered in February 2020. Find out all the details with Pendant and Ring.
Mardi Gras is next week! Why do Mardi Gras krewes throw purple, green, and gold beads?
It's the Roaring 20s All Over Again. Meet some 1920's starlets and look toward the upcomeing necklace and earring trends!
What ever happened to Princess Diana's favorite choker?
Three beautiful jewelry items with mysterious and unseemly histories.
Guess how many birthstones there are in October? 6!! Do you know what they are? Read on to find out!
Discover the history of the SS Central America including, shipwreck, discovery, recovery, and litigation on Pendant and Ring Jewelry.
Celebrate your heritage, history, and culture with Pendant and Ring Jewelry, and get some gift ideas too!
Antique and Vintage brooches are a must-have item in your jewelry box. Join us at Pendant and Ring to see the trends and build your collection.
When did International Cat Day start? Although there are many newly created holidays, International Cat Day has ancient origins. The Ancient Egyptians revered cats and worshipped Bastet, a cat goddess of protection. In both human and cat form, she was adorned in beautiful gold jewelry. That is when cat jewelry got its start too. Cats …
Over two-hundred years after the inception of the British East India Company (BEIC), the debt buying and interest rate hikes resulted in a great deal of notoriety and no small amount of wealth. The shell company had outgrown itself as a tax shelter and became a money making operation doing the Crown's dirty work. During …
During the 20th century, the volume and variety of US coins in circulation expanded. Mints began adding presidential busts to coins and, after the Great Depression, the demand for coins in circulation rose along with the population. The Progressive-era In 1909 Lincoln was the first former President to grace a US coin. The mint began …
Secret Societies maintain their secrecy through obfuscation but if you know where to look, you can spot members by their jewelry. Three well known and not-so-secret societies are easy to spot with their custom rings... Knights Templar The Knights Templar Order of Chivalry was founded in Jerusalem in 1119. They have a long and interesting …