Monday, January 24, 2011

Arm Yourself With Knowledge

Why is it important to deal with a reputable jeweler? Take this news story as an example:

A man is out shopping at a mall in Massachusetts and is approached by someone "to sell him fake jewelry he claimed was gold". Turns out the jewelry wasn't gold, but thats not where this story ends.

"I told him this is really not his day. First of all, I'm a cop, and second of all, I'm in the jewelry business," Pace said.

That's right! The guy is the police chief of that town and also happens to own a jewelry store. "Book 'em Danno"

Please just save yourself the grief and buy from a real jeweler instead.

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Friday, January 21, 2011

New Blog Design

Thanks to some help from twitter, I am proud to unveil our new blog design. You can now easily navigate back and forth between our blog and our website.

Please let me know if you see any problems. It would be greatly appreciated.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Lost and Found (A Few Thoughts)

KSL aired a story last night about a woman who lost her wedding ring at the grocery store. Luckily some one found it and returned it to her. Check out the story here.

As I watched this story, I thought of a few things I'd like to share with you:

#1 Notice how the ring has invisible set princess cut diamonds running down the side? Did you also notice the sizing beads inside?

Those are both major red flags. Because of the invisible set stones, this ring cannot be sized down and has probably never fit properly. The sizing beads can help some, but if the ring fell off in a parking lot, it obviously doesn't fit properly. A honest jeweler will be more concerned with making sure you have a lifetime with your jewelry vs. making a sale so the ring walks out the door.

That brings up point #2. It is so important to have your jewelry fit well. Many people don't know how a ring should fit and tend to have their rings too loose. If you have any concerns about your ring sizes, please come down and we'd be glad to look at them for free.

#3 What if this lost ring wasn't returned? Having correct insurance for your jewelry can at least help lessen the burden of losing an important piece. We work with a jewelry insurace firm that is very pleasant to do business with. If you'd like more info, please let us know and we'll be happy to pass it along.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

500 South closed. If you need to get to us, here's how:

Due to a fatal accident on 500 S and 300 East, the SLPD has 500 S closed at 400 East. We are still open, just a little tougher to get to. If you are coming in this morning, you have two choices:

1. Park at a meter on 400 E and walk around the corner


2. You can access our lot via 4th South. Heading East on 400 S turn in right before the Celtic Bank building. Then you need to weave your way through the NAI real estate parking lot and you can get to us. The only problem is there is a gate that might block you, but it is currently open. (See attached map)

You can always save the trip down and just call us or order on as well.

Thanks for you patience. Our hearts go out to those affected in this traginc accident. We'll keep you posted as we get any updates.