Two tales of free food gone wrong.
Let’s start with the letter D and my sparkling nature when cut and polished.
And congratulations to the winner.
It was good news for his wife of 61 years.
Jacob Wosinski’s passion for jewelry resonates with customers.
I’m usually found in a charcoal gray in jewelry.
Tim Searfoss shares his favorites.
CT Magazine readers voted Malloves Jewelers the Best in Connecticut.
The owner didn’t want payment, but got a sweet surprise anyway.
All stones tell stories of the past, but few as viscerally as I. Who am I?
Tauqeer Imran draws on medical background to inspire others.
Zorells aims to “spoil their clients rotten.”
The custom job involved two wedding bands, a bullet casing … and a suicide.
Dark as a starless night, I’m ready to take off again.
And congratulations to our winner.
Today I am more likely to be found at arts and crafts shows.