Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Turquoise Jewelry Care

Turquoise comes to us from the ancient world, prized among the Persian and Native American civilizations. This gemstone is mined in only a few areas of the world such as the Middle East and the American Southwest.

Varying in color from shades of blue to hues of green, this gemstone is very desirable in today's world of jewelry.

Popularity peaked in the 1970's and is again enjoying a resurgence. Mixing metals such as gold or sterling silver with the stones creates stunning effects.

Turquoise is very soft so take care of your jewelry made with it to prevent it from scratches. Only use water to clean it as the gemstone is porous and will absorb oils and cleaners.

Reconstituted Turquoise
Bib Necklace by Freida Rothman

Jewelry made with turquoise and silver or gold looks great with a tan in the summer, but it's not suggested to wear it at the beach! Wait until later when you're going out to dinner and bask in the glow of turquoise and tan!
Turquoise remains an extremely important gemstone among Native Americans, and is by far the most popular gemstone in that culture. - See more at:

Necklace shown is available at Kay Cameron Jewelers.
Turquoise remains an extremely important gemstone among Native Americans, and is by far the most popular gemstone in that culture. - See more at:
Turquoise remains an extremely important gemstone among Native Americans, and is by far the most popular gemstone in that culture. - See more at:

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Wrap It Up!

With all the cold weather we've had here in New York, the focus has been on staying warm when we go out. Of course, down coats are fabulous but for the the fashion forward, consider wraps.

Warm woolens and knits can be wrapped around bodies, heads, and necks.

And when you get inside, you can still be wrapped in one of our favorites - wrap bracelets! You know Alex and Ani for sure - infinity, feather, and color wrap bracelets are some popular ones.

One of the newer additions to the wrap bracelet grouping is Endless Jewelry. Cool and bright colors in leather bracelets come in single, double, and triple wraps. Add charms as you like from a huge variety for your own unique wrapping.

So stay warm and in style this winter in wraps!
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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The Buzz on Bugs

Summer’s almost here and the time is right for the buzzing of insects. The buzz is about wearing these creatures as jewelry. Well, not the actual insects, although ants in amber are fascinating. We’re talking about dragonflies, bees, butterflies, and ladybugs in fine jewelry and recyclable metal. 

Dragonfly Necklace by 925

You can find cute charms on single bangle bracelets from Alex and Ani with bees and butterflies for example. 

LeStage has a sterling silver convertible bracelet with a dragonfly clasp for one.

Lori Bonn carries slide charms with the whimsical names of 
“jitterbug”, “luck be a lady”, and “outathecocoon” for your bracelets.

Pandora charms in silver and 14K gold depict 



and cameo

butterflies to grace your wrist. 

Kay will be searching the JCK Show in Las Vegas this week for some new inviting insects to wear. So don’t get creeped out by bugs but allow them to creep into your fun summer collections!

Find out about any of these collections by emailing or call 631.567.1698. Like us on Facebook!

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Raise the Bar Necklace

 Reach new fashion heights with the new and actually wearable trend of the bar necklace.

Jennifer Lopez Wearing a Bar Necklace

This necklace looks great with names or initials engraved or stamped as well as plain and unadorned. 
Script Initials with Diamond

Add a sparkling diamond or CZ stone for a little bling, or try colored stones. 
Sterling Silver Diamond Accent

Celebrities have started the trend but anyone can adopt and adapt it for their own. The bar necklace is a fantastic, wear anywhere, anytime, piece of jewelry! 
Drew Barrymore
Reese Witherspoon

Dress it up or down, wear it with a dress or tee shirt! Go gold, silver, diamond or cz, but go and get one for yourself!
Large Cutout Initial

Block Lettering Sterling Silver

Inquire about any jewelry shown here at or call 631.567.1698.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Wedding Trends 2014 - Slow Motion Photo Booth

Photo booths at weddings have been a big hit for the last few years but the trend keeps evolving. Slow motion cameras are a new thing that is so much fun for guests as well as brides.
Slow motion photography from The Knot
 “We have a feeling this will be the next big thing in reception entertainment”, says the Huffington Post.

Huffington Post
Show off your sparkling jewels for a real eye catching video. Imagine the effects of sparkling diamond earrings as the light plays off the facets.

Simon G Gold Collection
Would you do the hair flip pose just to watch those dangling earrings dance in slow motion? Sure you would!
Simon G Shimmer Collection
 Create some great footage and long lasting memories of your unique wedding.

Coast Diamond Earrings
Simon G Diamonds

These last posts are a few of the recent wedding ideas from The Knot. Find your trend and have a one of a kind wedding experience!

Contact Kay Cameron Jewelers for jewelry shown here.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Wedding Trends 2014 - Jeweled Necklines

Wedding trends like the woodland theme and bright accent colors are highlights of 2014. Jeweled necklines on wedding gowns are another popular trend according to The Knot. Sheer illusion bordered by rhinestones or crystals is the look.
Gowns with jeweled necklines from The Knot
Might we be so bold as to suggest an alternative twist on this idea? Envision yourself bejeweled in a stunning statement necklace!

Simon G Bridal

Natural necklines will sparkle with crystals, CZ's, or diamonds to complement your gown.

Forevermark Bubbles Necklace

A great benefit is you get to wear the necklace again on many occasions unlike a jeweled neckline wedding dress.

Forevermark Embrace Necklace

Your wedding photos will feature head shots so you may as well put your best face, and neckline, forward!   

Bridal Red Carpet Collection by Simon G
Next time, more on photos in the ever changing photo booth trend.