We love late winter. The last of the bluster, the promise of spring around the corner, plus, we go on one of our biggest buying trips of the year. This year was especially fruitful, and we return with a treasure trove of twinkling lovelies for your consideration. Newly arrived engagement rings in all styles and prices, a plethora of wedding bands, pendants from the 1860′s to the 1960′s too. We are working to get as much of it as we can into our featured section, but you can also check out postings on our facebook page. Best of all- come visit the shop, and we can play with the jewelry together!
RK was ready to propose to her beloved, JC. JC was also ready to propose to her beloved, RK. They both, unbeknownst to the other, planned to pop the question on a one year anniversary trip to the pumpkin patch. While strolling through the field looking for their perfect pumpkin, JC mentioned to RK that she had already found her “perfect pumpkin”. Not missing a beat, RK got down on one knee, pulled a ring from her pocket, and asked JC to marry her. Not to be outdone, JC pulled a tiny pumpkin out of her own pocket. Written across the pumpkin were the quickly scrawled words ” only if you marry me”. There was a ring for RK on the stem.
By now, they were both crying in the pumpkin patch. The wedding is planned for March. Congratulations ladies.
Before we close on this Christmas Eve (to reopen on Dec. 30th), we want to thank all of our wonderful clients… those who discover new heirlooms here, those who entrust us with family pieces to repair, those who visit to appreciate beautiful antique jewels, or even just stop in to pet our shop dog Ned. We also want to thank those of you who live far away and just visit us online. We are so flattered and delighted when people come in for the first time, and already know some of our rings by name. We are honored every day to have the privilege of helping people celebrate and renew via metal, mineral, craftsmanship and design. Thank you.