Archive for 2011

Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

Diamond Crosses: The Symbol of the Cross

As we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Savior, we also acknowledge Christ’s suffering and death. Jesus’ truest purpose in coming into the world as a baby was to die for our sins as a man. The symbol of the cross is as important to Christmas as it is to Easter. Christmas shopping challenges Read More

December 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
Easier One-Click Christmas Shopping. Jewelry Gifts From Apples Of Gold

Easier One-Click Christmas Shopping. Jewelry Gifts From Apples Of Gold

When the weather outside is frightful, or the crowds wholly horrific, you can do your Christmas shopping with the click of a mouse. Seems easier right? But then you consider the more than 5,000 items in the Apples of Gold jewelry collection and suddenly the mall is looking a little more inviting. We Read More

December 14, 2011 | By | Reply More
Love That Keeps On Giving: Diamond Eternity Bands

Love That Keeps On Giving: Diamond Eternity Bands

Haven’t heard of an eternity band? But perhaps you have seen women with stacks of two and three thin rings bearing strings of diamonds. Known as eternity bands, these rings are special pieces of jewelry given to celebrate an anniversary, the birth of a child, or other special event in the life of a Read More

December 12, 2011 | By | Reply More
December Birthstones: Tanzanite

December Birthstones: Tanzanite

December is a unique month in that it has not just one official birthstone—but four! Join us throughout the month as we profile December birthstone jewelry. Our second December gemstone is Tanzanite. If you’re new to this sparkly, blue gem, let us begin by saying, it is well worth making the acquaintance. Read More

December 8, 2011 | By | Reply More
Getting To The Heart Of Christmas

Getting To The Heart Of Christmas

As we prepare to celebrate Christ’s birth, we also celebrate the ones we love with tokens of our affection and appreciation. Heart jewelry reminds those on our list of our love for them and also makes a stunning reminder as the recipient wears the gift throughout the year. From heart-shaped pendants, Read More

December 6, 2011 | By | Reply More
Special Gifts Decrease The Season’s Stress

Special Gifts Decrease The Season’s Stress

When the materialism of our culture and the madness of Christmas gift giving threatens to overwhelm us, Christians wonder how to make Christ’s birth the true gift and joy of the season. Endless hours of shopping and wrapping followed by masses of gifts—much more than we need—might cause us to wonder Read More

November 30, 2011 | By | Reply More
December Birthstones: The Blue Topaz

December Birthstones: The Blue Topaz

When it comes to birthstones, no other month is quite like December. The twelfth month boasts no less than four official birthstones! Stay with us this month as we profile each of December’s dazzling stones and suggest some of our favorite items to help you celebrate those special December birthdays. Read More

November 29, 2011 | By | Reply More
This Christmas, A Personal Gift

This Christmas, A Personal Gift

The Black Friday dust is settling—did you find what you were looking for this year? Or perhaps you decided to forego the madness in favor of a different kind of present for the person you love. Christmas is a special holiday and many of us are inclined to give gifts in celebration and remembrance of Read More

November 26, 2011 | By | Reply More
Giving Thanks, Showing Gratitude

Giving Thanks, Showing Gratitude

While Thanksgiving isn’t traditionally a gift-giving holiday, many have chosen to take advantage of the day to recognize people they are grateful for. A special, unexpected token of appreciation on Thanksgiving also helps alleviate some of the present-packed craziness of Christmas. Thanksgiving, with Read More

November 17, 2011 | By | Reply More
Celebrating Veteran’s Day: U.S. Army & U.S. Navy Crosses

Celebrating Veteran’s Day: U.S. Army & U.S. Navy Crosses

November 11, the day we know as Veteran’s Day, marks the day in World War I when fighting ceased. Seven months later the Treaty of Versailles formally ended the global conflict. The following year, in 1919, President Woodrow Wilson declared November 11 a national holiday and a day to honor veterans, Read More

November 11, 2011 | By | Reply More
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