About the Author: Josh Caffery

Josh Caffery
Former Writer & Researcher
I've been with Stuller since 2015 • Once met Francis Ford Coppola and gave him a tour of Cajun Country • Played college table tennis • Former journalist, teacher, and college professor • I play banjo but rarely admit It • Perennially in search of redfish, flounder, and trout • My dream is to attend Wimbledon

Josh Caffery's Posts

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Why Do Millennials Love Vintage Jewelry So Much?

Writer & Researcher Josh Caffery explores beards, bench jewelers, and the Millennial Vintage Jewelry Binge

To speak the words “vintage trend” is, in a sense, to speak nonsense. Trends unfold in the present, while vintage things hearken back to the past. As a writer, I feel it falls to me to fathom the rationale behind such apparent malarkey. So I’m here to poke at the word “vintage” read more…

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Halloween Tricks and Jewelers’ Treats

Cosmic thoughts on jewelry, rites of passage, and the turning of the seasons

Without superstition, there would likely be no jewelry business. There’s nothing exactly rational, after all, about wearing a certain kind of ring to commemorate a life event. And of course, there’s no scientific link between our particular birthstone and our personality or character. Wearing jewelry is something we do for read more…

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STULLER’S GRAMMY TAKEOVER

A Red Carpet Reverie for Valentine’s Day: Stuller’s own Josh Caffery writes about his adventure to this weekend's Grammys

One of the things you quickly realize about being nominated for something like a GRAMMY is that, while your project may be cool, artistically ambitious, and even culturally significant, there are things that are simply far more important to consider. Chief among these is the question that suddenly becomes very read more…

Saint Patrick and His Jewelers

How Patrick and His Holy Metalsmiths Spread Christianity In Ireland

Saint Patrick’s Day means vastly different things to different people. For many of us here in the U.S., it’s Saint Paddy’s, a wild, Guinness-infused romp—a sort of Irish-American mini-Mardi Gras. For the more devout, it’s The Feast of Saint Patrick, a day of reverence and churchgoing. But isn’t it time read more…