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Summer is coming, Father's Day is on the way....then you have end of school, Graduations, Vacations, and even LGBT Pride month......and we can't forget all the weddings......So many reasons to buy jewelry as a gift! June also has 3 birthstones. They are Pearl, Alexandrite, and Moonstone.....so much to choose from. Don't forget to use your 20% off coupon! Enjoy your late spring/early summer my friends! Debbie
Plenty of pretty pastel pieces, perfect for your Easter outfits! Lovely Rose Quartz, Prasiolite, Aquamarine, Abalone, and so much more. Don't forget Opals....in so many pastel shades. Dichroic glass, foiled glass, art glass, and plenty of pale colored Swarovski crystals. Of course there are plenty of Vintage rhinestones as well. Wanting a special piece made....just ask.....custom orders always welcome!
Valentine’s Day is a celebration of love and it is an opportunity for us to truly reconnect with the real meaning of this day. It is about LOVE, sharing and giving. But you don't have to spend a fortune to give! We have tons of pieces perfect for your Valentine. Just search heart, diamond, red, or pink, for lots of gift giving pieces. Looking for something special or different, and not finding it.....you can always contact me to see what I have that is not listed, or for a custom order. Whatever you decide, I wish you a wonderful...
Crazy days.....sorry about the late blog! It has been busy.....a good thing! Hope this finds you all well. Just a quick note to let you know about the ongoing holiday sale............... HAPPY Hannukah...MERRY Christmas! ENTIRE SHOP 25% OFF Dec. 3rd ~ Dec. 24th...one coupon per person! Just use coupon code................. HAPPYHOLIDAYS at checkout! Hope you all have a wonderful and safe holiday season! Much love, Debbie <3
Ruby is the red variety of the mineral corundum, colored by the element chromium. All other colors of gem-quality corundum are called sapphire, which means color is key for this royal stone. Accordingly, the name “ruby” comes from rubeus, the Latin word for red. In ancient Sanskrit, ruby translated to ratnaraj, which meant “king of precious stones.” These fiery gems have been treasured throughout history for their vitality. The chromium that gives ruby its red color also causes fluorescence, which makes rubies glow like a fire from within. Paradoxically, chromium is also what makes this gem scarce because it can...