Hamilton Watches

Hamilton Watches

Join us November 4th and 5th to experience our Hamilton Watch Show A line built on American Spirit with Swiss Precision   There is no other watch line in history that has such a diverse impact.  Starting way back in 1883, “standard time” was adopted across the United...
Rpaige Watches

Rpaige Watches

Rpaige Watches I did not think it possible for my watch obsession to grow, but it haaaaassssss! Thanks to one of my blogger friends, Barbara Palumbo from Whats On Her Wrist and Adornmentality I was introduced to the world of Microbrand and Boutique Watches! Talk about...
Say Nice Things About Detroit

Say Nice Things About Detroit

Worthmore’s visit to Shinola We have been having a brand romance (brandmance?) with Shinola since we first heard about them in 2013. We were fortunate enough to be chosen to be one of their independent retailers in 2014 and we have been off and running since the...
Designer Spotlight on Chris Ploof!

Designer Spotlight on Chris Ploof!

Massachusetts-born jeweler Chris Ploof is a true master of his trade. Specializing in contemporary wedding rings, Ploof’s style is particularly distinctive, with much of his work created in the style of mokumé gané. Mokumé gané is an ancient Japanese metalworking...
Designer Spotlight: Vincent Peach

Designer Spotlight: Vincent Peach

What do you get when you mix Tahitian, South Sea, and freshwater-cultured pearls with earthy hand woven leather and the occasional pavé diamond or rare gemstone? A timeless, one-of-a-kind Vincent Peach piece of jewelry! Vincent Peach is one of Worthmore’s most...
Designer Spotlight: Nina Nguyen

Designer Spotlight: Nina Nguyen

We’ve been engaged in a love affair with Nina Nguyen ever since my daughter, Molli, first discovered Nina’s captivating creations at an international jewelry show. Nina, a jewelry enthusiast from an early age, has a remarkable background to match her remarkable...
Designer Spotlight: William Henry Knives

Designer Spotlight: William Henry Knives

In today’s world, knives are considered an essential tool, but their history dates back at least two and a half million years. In ancient times, knives were carved out of rock, bone, and flint, sturdy materials that were gathered from the earth. Now, knives use...