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Gold: Near Record High and Potential to Reset

Gold: Near Record High and Potential to Reset

The price of gold continues to climb this month, as investors fears continue to drag on the American dollar.   The price stood at $950 per ounce last week, as the U.S. President Barack Obama pleaded and actually sort of bullied Congress to take action on his Stimulus plan.  The “safe haven” appeal of gold continues […]

February 16, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More
Rare Historical Gold Coins

Rare Historical Gold Coins

Apples of Gold has partnered with Stauer to bring you a rare collection of historical gold coins. With gold prices climbing and inflation on the rise, now is a perfect time to purchase gold coins. 100 Year Old $5 S-Mint Liberty SF Gold Coin These historical coins are dated 1866 – 1906 made in .900 […]

February 15, 2009 | By | Reply More
Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch

Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch

Every now and then, we discover a remarkable find from a jeweler that we have partnered with to bring you new products that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but remarkably unique. The Stauer Titanium Atomic Watch, which functions based off a U.S. government F-1 Atomic clock in Boulder, Colorado, loses only 1 second per 20 […]

February 15, 2009 | By | Reply More
Layaway Gold Jewelry

Layaway Gold Jewelry

Apples of Gold Jewelry accepts layaway payments on all gold jewelry with easy, automatic payments. How Does Layaway Work? When you sign up for our layaway program, you make monthly payments towards the fine jewelry item you would like to purchase. You can choose from a 2 month to 6 month plan. Each month, an […]

February 14, 2009 | By | Reply More
Tri-Color Men’s Gold Bracelet

Tri-Color Men’s Gold Bracelet

We had been holding onto this extraordinary unique piece to release in 2009 and now that we have, we are very excited about the high quality and substantive nature of such a piece. Each link from this handmade men’s gold bracelet is individually polished and assembled for the utmost in quality. But what is most […]

February 13, 2009 | By | Reply More
Last Minute Romantic Gift Ideas

Last Minute Romantic Gift Ideas

For all you out there who have been procrastinating on finding a gift for your loved one, we’ve got you covered. Valentine’s Day is swift upon us, so even if you are out of time for this holiday there are plenty of pretty pieces to keep in mind for her birthday, Christmas, anniversary, graduation, or […]

February 12, 2009 | By | Reply More
Heart Wedding Bands

Heart Wedding Bands

This being Valentine’s week, it makes sense to focus on beautiful heart-shaped jewelry. Since the heart is a treasured symbol of love, it is a popular choice for a holiday devoted to love. But don’t make the mistake of believing that heart-themed jewelry is only for Valentine’s Day. The heart is not a fleeting token; […]

February 11, 2009 | By | Reply More
Valentine’s Day: The Roman Festival of Lupercalia?

Valentine’s Day: The Roman Festival of Lupercalia?

No matter what critics say about the rampant commercialism of the occasion, Valentine’s sales from greeting cards, flowers, jewelry, and chocolates go up every year. In 2004 alone, about one billion cards are sent  all over the world; a third of the seven billion pounds of candy/chocolates consumed that year was sold on Valentine’s day; […]

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Origin of the Paisley Wedding Band

Origin of the Paisley Wedding Band

The paisley pattern is prevalent in design, fine jewelry, wedding rings, art, chic furniture,  tableware, and is a fashionable wedding motif. But it is so much more than that. Resembling a twisted tear-drop, kidney shape, or elongated comma, the paisley design is of Persian and Indian origin, but the modern name, “paisley” is of Scottish […]

February 9, 2009 | By | Reply More
Gold: To Buy or Sell?

Gold: To Buy or Sell?

Now that the United States has newly installed President Barack Obama in the White House, many of us thought things would start turning around.  If you were one who had such high expectations, then more’s the pity to you–although it may be too soon yet to tell.  But as expected, with the American dollar fluttering, […]

February 8, 2009 | By | Reply More