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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Monday the 22nd of May 2017

I guess it's time to start hunting at flea markets!!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Monday the 15th of May 2017

Another Incredible watch. Not the engineering marvel of the Calibre 89 Patek Philippe, but a lot more history for the $5 Million.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Monday the 15th of May 2017

For you watch aficionados, this is an amazing watch. The engineering that goes into creating a mechanical timepiece that knows when Easter is every year...Mind boggling. Start saving now, it will show up for auction again. Ray

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 4th of May 2017

Who else is a member of the club? 🙋

Who else is a member of the club? 🙋

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

What do you think of this marvelous LeVian Opal bracelet and a magnificent Opal and Chrome Diopside ring?

What do you think of this marvelous LeVian Opal bracelet and a magnificent Opal and Chrome Diopside ring?

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

Have you ever wanted to see an 8 carat natural yellow diamond? Come in today only and see it before it's gone!

Have you ever wanted to see an 8 carat natural yellow diamond? Come in today only and see it before it's gone!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

Cindy's heart is going to flutter away with this lovely multi-color Saphire butterfly pendant.

Cindy's heart is going to flutter away with this lovely multi-color Saphire butterfly pendant.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

Miss Sandy is loving the LeVian Paraiba Tourmaline!

Miss Sandy is loving the LeVian Paraiba Tourmaline!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

Two incredible LeVian Blueberry Tanzanite pieces.
A breathtaking 1.70 carat ring and a stunning 10.80 carat bracelet.

Two incredible LeVian Blueberry Tanzanite pieces. A breathtaking 1.70 carat ring and a stunning 10.80 carat bracelet.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

Have someone you want to make smile? Come down, today only, and experience the largest collection of Le Vian we've ever had.
Jordan and Liberty are certainly enjoying the show today!

Have someone you want to make smile? Come down, today only, and experience the largest collection of Le Vian we've ever had. Jordan and Liberty are certainly enjoying the show today!

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 2nd of May 2017

This is just a fraction of the Le Vian we have on display today.
Special show prices for every piece and special store hours, 10Am to 7Pm, to give you a chance to see the collection before it's gone!

This is just a fraction of the Le Vian we have on display today. Special show prices for every piece and special store hours, 10Am to 7Pm, to give you a chance to see the collection before it's gone!

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New Video Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Monday the 1st of May 2017

Join us on Tuesday May 2nd for this Spectacular One Day Event! Please click on the following link to learn more http://flip.collectedconcepts.com/LeVianHolliday17
#chocolatediamonds #levian #colordiamonds

Join us on Tuesday May 2nd for this Spectacular One Day Event! Please click on the following link to learn more http://flip.collectedconcepts.com/LeVianHolliday17 #chocolatediamonds #levian #colordiamonds

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 28th of April 2017

The Le Vian line has produced over 100,000 original designs in its 500 year history and on May 2nd we will be hosting Le Vian and their newest collection for one day only. With special hours, 10 am to 7 pm, Tuesday, May 2nd is your chance to see Le Vian’s famed Raspberry Rhodolites, Peach Morganites, Blueberry Tanzanites, and most notably, their Chocolate Diamonds®. 
With a history of artistry and expertise, the Le Vian family name is certainly one to be proud of. Le Vian is a name known throughout the world, with their journey into the world of jewelry craft starting around 1500. Le Vian found their way to Persian Royalty in the late 1700's. In 1922, Abdulrahim Ben Moshe Le Vian was born into the family. Abdulrahim mastered the art in Iran and moved, with his family, to New York in the 1950's. 
With new horizons and new resources, Le Vian swiftly expanded into a multinational jewelry empire.
The new head of Le Vian, Eddie LeVian, has worked for over 35 years to seamlessly usher the company into the 21st century. With bold color and construction, Le Vian enterprises on limited-edition collections and one-of-a-kind gemstones. It was this fascination with color that led them to the natural brown diamonds of Australia.
Chocolate Diamonds® are obtained and selected through strict standards. Primarily from Australia, ranging from C4 to C7 on Argyle Diamond's color scale, have a clarity of SI1 or better, and hold a specific hue. Additionally, while most of the world's brown diamonds have visible inclusions, Le Vian Chocolate Diamonds® are chosen for their color, clarity and cut. This select group enticed Le Vian and sparked the “Chocolate Diamonds®” brand in 2000. This trademarked term helped assure consumers that Le Vian diamonds are higher quality.
It is LeVian's personal experience and understanding of actual chocolate, the obsession that millions around the world enjoy, that inspired the brand name, Chocolate Diamonds®, chosen to represent the same emotional connection and passion that a chocolate enthusiast possesses.

The Le Vian line has produced over 100,000 original designs in its 500 year history and on May 2nd we will be hosting Le Vian and their newest collection for one day only. With special hours, 10 am to 7 pm, Tuesday, May 2nd is your chance to see Le Vian’s famed Raspberry Rhodolites, Peach Morganites, Blueberry Tanzanites, and most notably, their Chocolate Diamonds®. With a history of artistry and expertise, the Le Vian family name is certainly one to be proud of. Le Vian is a name known throughout the world, with their journey into the world of jewelry craft starting around 1500. Le Vian found their way to Persian Royalty in the late 1700's. In 1922, Abdulrahim Ben Moshe Le Vian was born into the family. Abdulrahim mastered the art in Iran and moved, with his family, to New York in the 1950's. With new horizons and new resources, Le Vian swiftly expanded into a multinational jewelry empire. The new head of Le Vian, Eddie LeVian, has worked for over 35 years to seamlessly usher the company into the 21st century. With bold color and construction, Le Vian enterprises on limited-edition collections and one-of-a-kind gemstones. It was this fascination with color that led them to the natural brown diamonds of Australia. Chocolate Diamonds® are obtained and selected through strict standards. Primarily from Australia, ranging from C4 to C7 on Argyle Diamond's color scale, have a clarity of SI1 or better, and hold a specific hue. Additionally, while most of the world's brown diamonds have visible inclusions, Le Vian Chocolate Diamonds® are chosen for their color, clarity and cut. This select group enticed Le Vian and sparked the “Chocolate Diamonds®” brand in 2000. This trademarked term helped assure consumers that Le Vian diamonds are higher quality. It is LeVian's personal experience and understanding of actual chocolate, the obsession that millions around the world enjoy, that inspired the brand name, Chocolate Diamonds®, chosen to represent the same emotional connection and passion that a chocolate enthusiast possesses.

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 21st of April 2017

An Emerald With A History-
The Stotesbury Emerald, a Colombian, hexagonal-cut gem weighing 34.4 carat, is a stone with a fascinating travel history. Arriving in America in 1908, it was fashioned into a necklace alongside a 94.8 diamond, the Star of the East, for Evalyn Walsh McLean. McLean was an american mining heiress and socialite who was famous for being the last private owner of the 45-carat Hope Diamond.
In 1912 the Emerald was returned to the jeweler, Pierre Cartier and was resold to Eva Stotesbury, wife of Drexel & Co's CEO, Edward T. Stotesbury. Stanton held onto the incredible emerald pendant until she sold it once again in 1946 to Jeweler Harry Winston.
Winston reset the stone into a grand ring and sold it to May Bonfils Stanton. Stanton was one of Colorado’s most dedicated and generous philanthropists who supported many causes throughout her lifetime. 
Stanton created the Clinic of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado Medical Center, the library and auditorium of Loretto Heights College, the Bonfils Wing at the Denver Museum of Natural History, and the interior décor of the Catholic Chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy.
When Stanton passed in 1971, the ring passed into the Parke-Bernet Galleries of New York's private collection. Three fabulous women and two legendary jewelry houses later, the ring is now set to be auctioned April 25th for anywhere from $800,000 to $1,200,000.

Do you have any gemstones you want reset? Recrafted? Come in and let us help you create the perfect piece just for you.

An Emerald With A History- The Stotesbury Emerald, a Colombian, hexagonal-cut gem weighing 34.4 carat, is a stone with a fascinating travel history. Arriving in America in 1908, it was fashioned into a necklace alongside a 94.8 diamond, the Star of the East, for Evalyn Walsh McLean. McLean was an american mining heiress and socialite who was famous for being the last private owner of the 45-carat Hope Diamond. In 1912 the Emerald was returned to the jeweler, Pierre Cartier and was resold to Eva Stotesbury, wife of Drexel & Co's CEO, Edward T. Stotesbury. Stanton held onto the incredible emerald pendant until she sold it once again in 1946 to Jeweler Harry Winston. Winston reset the stone into a grand ring and sold it to May Bonfils Stanton. Stanton was one of Colorado’s most dedicated and generous philanthropists who supported many causes throughout her lifetime. Stanton created the Clinic of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado Medical Center, the library and auditorium of Loretto Heights College, the Bonfils Wing at the Denver Museum of Natural History, and the interior décor of the Catholic Chapel at the U.S. Air Force Academy. When Stanton passed in 1971, the ring passed into the Parke-Bernet Galleries of New York's private collection. Three fabulous women and two legendary jewelry houses later, the ring is now set to be auctioned April 25th for anywhere from $800,000 to $1,200,000. Do you have any gemstones you want reset? Recrafted? Come in and let us help you create the perfect piece just for you.

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New Link Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 14th of April 2017

Chocolate diamonds, Raspberry Rhodolite, Sugar Loaf Deep Sea Blue Topaz and so much more! Don't miss seeing more Le Vian than we have ever had in our store! Click below to learn more ... #chocolatediamonds #levian #colordiamonds

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New Event Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 14th of April 2017

Join us for this spectacular one day event featuring the Largest Collection of CHOCOLATE DIAMONDS and EXOTIC GEMSTONES EVER in Store.

Schedule your reservation today to meet with a Le Vian Specialist to see over 1,000 one of a kind pieces and limited edition designs, plus receive Le Vian Day savings!

RSVP for a special VIP Discount!
Call  to RSVP
541-884-9033

Receive a FREE 3CT Chocolate Quartz Stone with your Le Vian purchase!

See store for details. Le Vian Trunk Show

Le Vian Trunk Show

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 14th of April 2017

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Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 13th of April 2017

What an amazing find!! Who out there loves emeralds? Show of hands? 🤚🤚🤚

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New Photo Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 5th of April 2017

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New Photo Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Wednesday the 5th of April 2017

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New Link Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Tuesday the 4th of April 2017

Well, say goodbye to the Pink Star diamond! It was purchased at auction for a whopping $71 million!

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Status Update

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Saturday the 1st of April 2017

Today is the very last day of the Balloo...

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New Photo Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 31st of March 2017

We love our customers! Thank you for the lei's, direct from Oahu! Congratulations on your wedding, we wish you many happy years together!

We love our customers! Thank you for the lei's, direct from Oahu! Congratulations on your wedding, we wish you many happy years together!

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New Photo Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Friday the 31st of March 2017

Come to the Balloon Pop at Holliday Jewelry early for chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the over! If a $5 balloon and a chance at a $750 diamond doesn't get you excited our cookies will!

Come to the Balloon Pop at Holliday Jewelry early for chocolate chip cookies fresh out of the over! If a $5 balloon and a chance at a $750 diamond doesn't get you excited our cookies will!

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New Video Posted

Posted by Holliday Jewelry on Thursday the 30th of March 2017

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