Elves Work Their Magic

19 Jan

Elves Work Their Magic

I confess: I covet. I covet the jewelry from M. Khordipour Enterprises. This store on 47th Street in New York is a feast for the eyes. Even on "jewelry row" with bling in every window, Khordipour (as I fondly call it – as if it's an old friend) stands out with quality jewelry the like of which you've never seen.

What I love about their collection of estate jewelry is how intricate and delicate everything is – the pieces are so unique! They also make a few designs of their own. I swear they have a group of elves in the back room, because everything they turn out is so pretty.

I sent a friend of mine to their website to check out their rings when she was looking for an engagement ring… which led to the idea that a colored ring might be fun instead of a diamond. I mean, why not? If you love it, buy it.

This aquamarine and diamond ring is so stunning, it's hardly a "right hand ring," as they call these things today. It's truly a piece for a special occasion.

And so… I covet. Isn't that one of the seven deadly sins? I love its beautiful stone, and most of all the fabulous setting. I know they say a diamond is a girl's best friend. But in this case… the competition is hard to beat!

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5 Responses to “Elves Work Their Magic”

  1. EzyJewelry January 19, 2010 at 11:31 pm #

    Beuatyful jewelry, dose they have green color one?

  2. EzyJewelry January 19, 2010 at 11:32 pm #

    I like jewelry from this site http://www.ezyjewelry.com Because of they have many green color jewelry for my decision.

  3. Gemstone Beads January 23, 2010 at 7:48 am #

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  4. Joey January 28, 2010 at 4:46 pm #

    M. Khordipour has been around many years. I bought diamond initial rings from them for our store in Atlantic City in the 80′s. They were sure a hot seller back in the day! Having moved to Santa Barbara to open Bella Rosa Jewelers, we found that there’s a big desire for antique/vintage engagement rings of which we’re always looking to add to our inventory. We’re on facebook as http://www.facebook.com/bellarosaestatejewelers

  5. Sarah January 21, 2010 at 2:17 am #

    What a beautiful piece! And their website is phenomenal. I love the detail of estate jewelery, especially rings with fine etching or filigree. I looked for months when I was engagement ring shopping, and there’s just nothing being made today that quite measures up.

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