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Shiny April Showers

Diamonds are the birthstone for the month of April.

Here at Gemstone Jewelers,

 We have an unbeatable variety of diamonds in every

color and size and shape, to shower yourself in!

Come celebrate a brand new

you, or your loved ones in

the style of April!


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Stop time in its tracks, with one

of our breathtaking diamond

rings, earrings or necklaces!

Or, Spring into the “New You”

and let us custom make your

dream jewelry today!

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March’s birthstone, Aquamarine is known to bring hope,

health, harmony and happiness.

We believe everyone deserves this,

and we have just the jewelry to give it to you!

Come and see our new inventory today!

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Show the one you love what they’re worth,

with beautiful new jewelry

in store  TODAY!    



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Just as a reminder for our customers, The store will be closed the week of Saturday, Feb. 2nd through Tuesday, Feb 12th Due to continuing education. For all pick-ups and repairs, please keep this schedule in mind. Thank you for your business and friendship here at Gemstone Jewelers.

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Great ideas for Valentines Day!

February is a time for love. 

At Gemstone Jewelers,

we create beautiful jewelry that

is personalized with fingerprints,

signatures, and even photographs.

Fingerprints can be taken in store,

photos and hand written messages

are scanned into our

system, which we customize into a wonderful piece of jewelry.

Uniquely designed  for you and the ones you love.


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New Lovable Customizable Charms for Everyone You Love!

February is a time for love

Here at Gemstone Jewelers, we are excited

to announce we have new customizable

ways to capture your special moments in

precious metal!

This includes fingerprints, hand writing, photographs, even

your pets’ paw prints.    Come by today and capture the

moment Forever!




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Garnets for Capricorns in January




Garnets are a set of closely related minerals that form a group, resulting in gemstones in almost every color. Red garnets have a long history, but modern gem buyers can pick from a rich palette of garnet colors: greens, oranges, pinkish oranges, deeply saturated purplish reds, and even some blues.  Red garnet is one of the most common and widespread of gems, found in metamorphic rocks (which are rocks altered by heat and pressure) on every continent. But not all garnets are as abundant as the red ones. A green garnet, tsavorite, also occurs in metamorphic rocks, but it’s rarer because it needs unusual rock chemistries and special conditions to form.
Demantoid is a rare and famous green garnet, spessartine (also called spessartite) is an orange garnet,                                                                                                    and Rhodolite is a beautiful purple-red garnet. Garnets can even exhibit the color-change phenomenon similar to the rare gemstone alexandrite. 
      All garnets have essentially the same crystal structure, but they vary in chemical  composition.  There are more than twenty garnet categories, called species, but only five are commercially important as gems. Those five are pyrope, almandine (also called almandite), spessartine, grossular (grossularite), and andradite. A sixth, uvarovite, is a green garnet that usually occurs as crystals too small to cut. It’s sometimes set as clusters in jewelry. Many garnets are chemical mixtures of two or more garnet species.







ZIRCON for December

Prized as a talisman since medieval times. zircon was believed to clarify the mind, improve confidence and inspire the spirit. Among its many attributes, zircon was thought to bring wisdom, wealth and protection to those who wear it. Available in several colors including yellow, orange and green, with blue and red most sought after, and brown most available. Brown zircon is commonly enhanced by traditional heating methods to produce red and blue colors, while yellow is occasionally heated to improve its color. Green is not typically enhanced. To clean, use warm soapy water and a soft brush. Avoid contact with chemicals. Ask you jeweler for details regarding enhancement and care.

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Egyptian Revival 18kt Gold, Turquoise, and Enamel Pendant Necklace, Marcus & Co.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Discovered by ancient Egyptians, turquoise was widely used in treasures fit for pharaohs. Old Europeans credited turquoise with helping achieve a higher state of consciousness. Tibetans revered the gemstones as a talisman of good fortune. Native American Indians used it as a shaman’s stone. A December birthstone, turquoise is a light to dark blue or blue-green gemstone. The finest color is an intense blue that is uniform throughout. It may contain narrow veins of its host rock known as the matrix, sometimes in a web like pattern. Routinely enhanced to improve color and durability. To clean, wipe with a soft, damp cloth and dry. Avoid rough treatment and contact with chemicals.

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No recent discovery has had a greater impact on the gemstone market than tanzanite. In 1967 a Portuguese prospector discovered tanzanite in Tanzania while looking for sapphire. Named and promoted by Tiffany, tanzanite won the public’s heart. A December birthstone, tanzanite is the recognized gift for the 24th wedding anniversary and also for the birth of a child– inspired by the native Maasai tradition of wearing blue beads and fabric for a heathy and positive new life. Tanzanite occurs in various colors including yellow, golden-brown and green. It’s routinely enhanced by traditional heating methods to produce shades of violet blue to purple. Fine tanzanite is typically free of inclusions. To clean, use warm soapy water and a soft brush. Avoid ultrasonic and steam cleaners, and contact with chemicals. tanzanite ring. Vivid dark Tanzanite beats Amethyst every single day of the week. Unless you can find top notch brazilian amethyst





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