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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 14th of November 2018

iCherish® is just one of the many collections available in our “Make Your Holiday Sparkle” digital flyer.  Click the link below to shop now!
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iCherish® is just one of the many collections available in our “Make Your Holiday Sparkle” digital flyer. Click the link below to shop now! https://hollidayjewelrymakeyourholidaysparkle.pgtb.me/9fGC7b

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 14th of November 2018

This baby sold for just over $52 MILLION yesterday. Harry Winston picked it up in just under five minutes of bidding and has since renamed it the Winston Pink Legacy. Wowza!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Saturday the 10th of November 2018

Did you know: With your William Henry Trunk Show purchase, you get 20% of your total purchase BACK in Holliday Bucks! Get your Christmas shopping done early! We're here until 5!

Did you know: With your William Henry Trunk Show purchase, you get 20% of your total purchase BACK in Holliday Bucks! Get your Christmas shopping done early! We're here until 5!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 9th of November 2018

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 9th of November 2018

There's SO much to see today! Don't miss out on the William Henry Trunk Show going on now!!

There's SO much to see today! Don't miss out on the William Henry Trunk Show going on now!!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 8th of November 2018

Tomorrow and Saturday, we'll have an amazing array of knives from William Henry! This is such a great clip!

Tomorrow and Saturday, we'll have an amazing array of knives from William Henry! This is such a great clip!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 7th of November 2018

Could this qualify as the best use of pumpkins??

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 6th of November 2018

If you're heading to San Francisco, this exhibition features more than 150 pieces made in India or Europe associated with Mughal emperors, maharajas, and their courts! How amazing are these?!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Sunday the 4th of November 2018

It's official...the holiday season is here! It's time to start your wish list. Click below to view our "Make Your Holiday Sparkle" digital flyer.
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It's official...the holiday season is here! It's time to start your wish list. Click below to view our "Make Your Holiday Sparkle" digital flyer. https://hollidayjewelrymakeyourholidaysparkle.pgtb.me/9fGC7b

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 2nd of November 2018

Citrine—the transparent, pale yellow to brownish orange variety of quartz—is rare in nature. In the days before modern gemology, its tawny color caused it to be confused with topaz. Citrine’s attractive color, plus the durability and affordability it shares with most other quartzes, makes it the top-selling yellow-to-orange gem. The finest citrine color is a saturated yellow to reddish orange free of brownish tints. Since natural citrine is rare, most of the citrine on the market is the result of heat treatment, which causes some amethyst to change color from undesirable pale violet to an attractive yellow. Although citrine is available in standard shapes and sizes, many high-end jewelry designers and gem carvers have fashioned the warm yellow gem into unusual cuts for jewelry and carvings.

Citrine—the transparent, pale yellow to brownish orange variety of quartz—is rare in nature. In the days before modern gemology, its tawny color caused it to be confused with topaz. Citrine’s attractive color, plus the durability and affordability it shares with most other quartzes, makes it the top-selling yellow-to-orange gem. The finest citrine color is a saturated yellow to reddish orange free of brownish tints. Since natural citrine is rare, most of the citrine on the market is the result of heat treatment, which causes some amethyst to change color from undesirable pale violet to an attractive yellow. Although citrine is available in standard shapes and sizes, many high-end jewelry designers and gem carvers have fashioned the warm yellow gem into unusual cuts for jewelry and carvings.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 1st of November 2018

The Whitney Flame (Red!) Topaz was just added to the Smithsonian and boy, is it a beauty!! What do you think of this stunner?? 😍😍😍

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 31st of October 2018

We love weddings as much as we love wedding jewelry and these international wedding looks are all uniquely gorgeous! Which one is your favorite?

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 30th of October 2018

WHOA. That's an emerald! What would you create from that rough??

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 26th of October 2018

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 26th of October 2018

Writers have compared opals to volcanoes, galaxies, and fireworks. Admirers gave extraordinary opals poetic names like Pandora, Light of the World, and Empress. In ancient Rome, this gem symbolized love and hope. The Romans gave it a name—opalus—that was synonymous with “precious stone.”

In 75 AD, the Roman scholar Pliny observed, “Some opali carry such a play within them that they equal the deepest and richest colors of painters. Others…simulate the flaming fire of burning sulphur and even the bright blaze of burning oil.” He marveled that this kaleidoscopic gem encompassed the red of ruby, the green of emerald, the yellow of topaz, the blue of sapphire, and the purple of amethyst.

Many cultures have credited opal with supernatural origins and powers. Arabic legends say it falls from the heavens in flashes of lightning. The ancient Greeks believed opals gave their owners the gift of prophecy and guarded them from disease. Europeans have long considered the gem a symbol of hope, purity, and truth.

Opal is considered an October birthstone. Some people think it’s unlucky for anyone born in another month to wear an opal. But that particular superstition comes from a novel written in the 1800s (Anne of Geierstein by Sir Walter Scott), and not from any ancient belief or experience. In fact, throughout most of history, opal has been regarded as the luckiest and most magical of all gems because it can show all colors. Once, it was thought to have the power to preserve the life and color of blond hair.

-Courtesy GIA

Writers have compared opals to volcanoes, galaxies, and fireworks. Admirers gave extraordinary opals poetic names like Pandora, Light of the World, and Empress. In ancient Rome, this gem symbolized love and hope. The Romans gave it a name—opalus—that was synonymous with “precious stone.” In 75 AD, the Roman scholar Pliny observed, “Some opali carry such a play within them that they equal the deepest and richest colors of painters. Others…simulate the flaming fire of burning sulphur and even the bright blaze of burning oil.” He marveled that this kaleidoscopic gem encompassed the red of ruby, the green of emerald, the yellow of topaz, the blue of sapphire, and the purple of amethyst. Many cultures have credited opal with supernatural origins and powers. Arabic legends say it falls from the heavens in flashes of lightning. The ancient Greeks believed opals gave their owners the gift of prophecy and guarded them from disease. Europeans have long considered the gem a symbol of hope, purity, and truth. Opal is considered an October birthstone. Some people think it’s unlucky for anyone born in another month to wear an opal. But that particular superstition comes from a novel written in the 1800s (Anne of Geierstein by Sir Walter Scott), and not from any ancient belief or experience. In fact, throughout most of history, opal has been regarded as the luckiest and most magical of all gems because it can show all colors. Once, it was thought to have the power to preserve the life and color of blond hair. -Courtesy GIA

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 26th of October 2018

With a proposal like this, how could anyone say no?!

With a proposal like this, how could anyone say no?!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 24th of October 2018

October is opal month and what better way to celebrate than seeing this amazing peacock brooch?! Who out there loves opals? Show of hands...🤚 #opal #birthstone #jewelry

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 23rd of October 2018

The leaves are falling at Holliday Jewelry! #SimonGJewelry #autumn

The leaves are falling at Holliday Jewelry! #SimonGJewelry #autumn

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 17th of October 2018

Do you have your "heart" set on your very own hand-selected diamond?! Ray is leaving for Antwerp next week! Message us today so we can place your order!

Do you have your "heart" set on your very own hand-selected diamond?! Ray is leaving for Antwerp next week! Message us today so we can place your order!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 11th of October 2018

You'll want to be extra careful while you're out shopping!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 9th of October 2018

This sweet little girl found a missing wedding set in the park restroom and turned it in. A not so "Tiny" gesture from a very special 6-year old!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 3rd of October 2018

Check out the latest stunning piece in the William Henry Studio collection! The Spearpoint Cowboys & Indians ring displays beautiful craftsmanship and stunning hand engraving featuring 24K gold, silver and copper inlays by Alex Ostrogradsky.

Check out the latest stunning piece in the William Henry Studio collection! The Spearpoint Cowboys & Indians ring displays beautiful craftsmanship and stunning hand engraving featuring 24K gold, silver and copper inlays by Alex Ostrogradsky.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 26th of September 2018

What are your thoughts on this stunning 18 Ct. Fancy Pink Diamond?

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 13th of September 2018

Diamonds direct from Antwerp! Stop by Holliday Jewelry to order yours today-act now, we're leaving soon!

Diamonds direct from Antwerp! Stop by Holliday Jewelry to order yours today-act now, we're leaving soon!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 11th of September 2018

Sapphires are in season! We've got a beautiful selection of sapphires in all shapes, sizes, and colors in store for a limited time! Each piece is on sale so that you can buy the perfect gift for your self or someone special. Stop by the store to see these stunning pieces in person!

Sapphires are in season! We've got a beautiful selection of sapphires in all shapes, sizes, and colors in store for a limited time! Each piece is on sale so that you can buy the perfect gift for your self or someone special. Stop by the store to see these stunning pieces in person!

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