For more than two decades, the owners of Kiawah Fine Jewelry have brought exotic baubles to clients by amassing partners in the Caribbean and more than 20 cutting and manufacturing facilities worldwide. GIA-certified staff displays precious and semiprecious gemstones as brides-in-waiting peruse engagement rings brimming with Hearts On Fire diamonds, or tanzanites, among other choices. A pink sapphire ring flaunts a gold band chaperoned by an entourage of six diamonds ($895), and a tropical topaz ring ($109) rivals delicate Mikimoto pearl earrings ($210). Diamonds create glinting borders around citrine and purple amethyst pendants ($495), and watches from Breitling, Omega, Tag Heuer, and Michele murmur quiet ticks of contentment. Kiawah Fine Jewelry will also be dedicating three upcoming evenings to its sophisticated male clients. On December 6–8 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., a smorgasbord of complimentary beer, wine, appetizers, massages, and gilded toolsheds will await distinguished gents, along with door prizes from various watch vendors.