Ed Levin Silver & Gold Jewelry
Remarkable Things features a large selection of Ed Levin Jewelry, both on our website and in our Stowe, Vermont storefront. His jewelry is created with comfort and effortless elegance in mind. Each piece is crafted with over 70 years of experience backing the design. The clean lines, distinct styles, and hidden closures make his pieces excellent gifts and fun keepsakes. No jewelry collection is complete without at least one piece by Ed Levin!Shop for:
How to Care for Your Ed Levin jewelry
Most sterling and gold jewelry can be cleaned with a soft cotton rag or a polishing cloth. When more aggressive cleaning may be necessary, especially with textured jewelry, a non-abrasive silver polish will remove most tarnish and dirt.
Jewelry with pearls or soft stones (carnelian, lapis, malachite, opal, onyx) requires special care. Use only the softest cloth and wipe gently. Never use harsh cleaning solutions or chemicals.
To prevent damage and reduce the need for cleaning, keep all jewelry away from household cleaners and hair care products. Chlorine bleach found in hot tubs and swimming pools can be especially harmful and will immediately tarnish most sterling and damage soft stones.
Ed Levin works with a variety of different gemstones, each providing their own distinct style. Some of the gemstones include:
Blue Topaz: Topaz comes in a range of colors, but blue topaz is a favorite of the semi-precious stone admirers. Its bright color compliments both silver and gold. Topaz is the traditional birthstone for November and can represent the 4th and 19th year of marriage.
Garnet: Garnet is the birthstone for January. It comes in many colors, pink, red, purple, green, orange, violet, colorless, and occasionally black. The origin of the name comes from the Greek language in reference to a pomegranate seed. These earrings have a more pink or red garnet known as rhodolite garnet.
Peridot: Peridot is one of the few gemstones that occurs in only one color, olive green. However, there is a range of tints and intensities within that color. These earrings have a mid-range, bright green that looks beautiful set in silver. Peridot is the birthstone for August and represents the 16th year of marriage.
Amethyst: Amethyst is the traditional birthstone for February and is the purple variety of quartz. The name Amethyst comes from the Greek word that means "not drunken" in reference to its almost wine like color.
Moissinate: In 1893 Dr. Moissan discovered a rare, naturally occurring silicon carbide crystal on a meteorite found in Arizona. One hundred years later Charles and Colvard developed a patented process to create silicon carbide "Moissanite" gems in their high-tech North Carolina lab. Moissanite's brilliance is incomparable to any other gemstone.