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HUGE Savings when you SHOP SMALL this Saturday!

✨IT'S SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY!!✨ We are SO incredibly grateful for all our amazing customers that choose every day to SHOP SMALL with us! We want to thank you all day by offering: 20% OFF Storewide!* 30% OFF Watches! 60% OFF Fine Jewelry & Watch Clearance! FREE polish cloth to the first 10 customers through the door! FREE gift to the first 20 purchasing customers! Mimosas & Selfie-Station! Open 10am - 4pm! Stop in, have a drink, make/update your Wish List and get a little holiday shopping done *away* from the mall insanity! (we have plenty of parking too! 🙃) *Excludes Bella Mani, ByLilla, Diamond Studs over 1ct, Joseph Bulova Limited Edition Collection, previous purchases & layaways

By |November 29th, 2019|Categories: What's New|Comments Off on HUGE Savings when you SHOP SMALL this Saturday!


*Valid on in-stock, regularly priced jewelry. Exclusions: Bella Mani, Sky-B, byLilla, prior purchases or layaways

By |November 28th, 2019|Categories: What's New|Comments Off on BLACK FRIDAY SALE!!

Happy Thanksgiving!

May your Thanksgiving and all the days ahead be filled with happiness, joy and prosperity. We are so thankful to be your trusted jeweler, today and every day! With love and blessings, Susan and the Bella Team

By |November 28th, 2019|Categories: What's New|Comments Off on Happy Thanksgiving!

December Hours

To better serve you, we will be open 7 days a week from now through December 24th, with the exception of Thanksgiving! December Holiday Hours Dec. 1st - 16th: Sat, Sun, Mon. 10am - 4pm Tues, Weds, Fri. 10am - 6pm Thurs. 10am - 7pm Dec 17th - 23rd  10am - 7pm Dec 24th  10am - 3pm

By |November 26th, 2019|Categories: What's New|Comments Off on December Hours

November Birthstone(s): Topaz & Citrine!

What is a Topaz? The variety of topaz hues includes colorless, light blue, yellow, orange, pink, violet, brown and, very rarely, red. The vast majority of blue topaz seen today is the permanent result of treating colorless topaz with irradiation and heating. Some believe the word “topaz” comes from the Sanskrit word tapas, which means “fire.” Others trace it back to the Greek topazos. This November birthstone was long thought to have many benefits. The ancient Greeks believed that topaz gave them strength. From the 1300s to the 1600s, Europeans thought it could thwart magic spells and dispel anger. For centuries, many people in India have believed that topaz worn above the heart assures long life, beauty and intelligence. Physical & Spiritual Healing Properties of Topaz Topaz is a crystal that will reflect the energy of your mind. It will bring you intense clarity on your intentions, and it will strengthen your focus so that you can manifest your desires to reality.It will stimulate your self-confidence and your ability to learn new things. It will help you understand complex ideas and concepts. Topaz will inspire creativity and increase your attention span. It will help you achieve perfection and your desired results when it comes to your projects and endeavors.Topaz is a highly effective crystal in meditation, affirmation, visualization, and projection. Stability of Topaz Hardness ​​​​​​​Topaz is an 8 on the Mohs scale of hardness, but it has poor toughness, so care is required to avoid chipping or cracking. Cleaning To clean this November birthstone, do not use steam cleaning or ultrasonic cleaners. Warm, soapy water works best. Stability High heat or sudden temperature changes can cause internal breaks in topaz. The birthstone’s color is generally [...]

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October Birthstone(s): Opal & Tourmaline!

OPAL What is an Opal? Opal is the product of seasonal rains that drenched dry ground in regions such as Australia’s semi-desert “outback.” The showers soaked deep into ancient underground rock, carrying dissolved silica (a compound of silicon and oxygen) downward. During dry periods, much of the water evaporated, leaving solid deposits of silica in the cracks and between the layers of underground sedimentary rock. The silica deposits formed opal. How Opal Forms Opal is known for its unique display of flashing rainbow colors called play-of-color. There are two broad classes of opal: precious and common. Precious opal displays play-of-color, common opal does not. Play-of-color occurs in precious opal because it’s made up of sub-microscopic spheres stacked in a grid-like pattern—like layers of Ping-Pong balls in a box. As the lightwaves travel between the spheres, the waves diffract, or bend. As they bend, they break up into the colors of the rainbow, called spectral colors. Play-of-color is the result. Although experts divide gem opals into many different categories, five of the main types are: White or light opal: Translucent to semi translucent, with play-of-color against a white or light gray background color, called bodycolor. Black opal: Translucent to opaque, with play-of-color against a black or other dark background. Fire opal: Transparent to translucent, with brown, yellow, orange, or red body color. This material—which often doesn’t show play-of-color—is also known as “Mexican opal.” Boulder opal: Translucent to opaque, with play-of-color against a light to dark background. Fragments of the surrounding rock, called matrix, become part of the finished gem. Crystal or water opal: Transparent to semi transparent, with a clear background. This type shows exceptional play-of-color. Opal's Physical and Spiritual Healing Properties Writers have compared opals [...]

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Jewelry Appraisals 8/15

Jewelry Appraisals Thursday, August 15th! Jane Chaikowsky is an Independent Jewelry Appraiser who is Graduate Gemologist (GG) of the Gemological Institute of America, an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA), Master Gemologist Appraiser® (MGA) of the American Society of Appraisers and Certified Senior Member (CSM) of the National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, assuring an unbiased opinion of value. Jane can appraise your jewelry while you watch using portable gemological laboratory equipment. 🔬   Jane only visits our store about once a month so be sure to call and schedule your appointment! 610-434-8001   You can also drop off your jewelry the day before if you are unable to make it in on Thursday!

By |August 9th, 2019|Categories: What's New|Comments Off on Jewelry Appraisals 8/15

July Birthstone: RUBY!

What is a Ruby? Ruby is distinguished for its bright red color, being the most famed and fabled red gemstone. In addition to its bright color, it is a most desirable gem due to its hardness, durability, luster, and rarity.  Rubies can command the highest per-carat price of any colored stone. This makes Ruby one of the most important gems in the colored stone market. Transparent Rubies of large sizes are even rarer than Diamonds! A Ruby consists of the mineral corundum, which is colorless, by nature. Chromium is the trace element that causes Ruby’s red color. Gemologists consider it the "rock star" of trace elements! In essence, Ruby is a red Sapphire, since Ruby and Sapphire are identical in all properties except for color. However, because of the special allure and historical significance, Ruby has always been classified as an individual gemstone. The most renowned Rubies, like those from Myanmar, the Himalayas, and northern Vietnam, typically form in marble. They’re found in layers that are distributed irregularly within the surrounding marble. Marble forms as part of the metamorphic (rock-altering) process, when heat and pressure from mountain formation act on existing limestone deposits. In other locations, Rubies can be found in basalt rocks. Rubies from these sources can have higher iron content, which can make the Rubies darker and less intense in color. Higher iron content in the chemical makeup of a Ruby can also mask the red fluorescence, eliminating that extra glow of red color seen in marble-hosted Rubies. Physical & Spiritual Healing Properties Red is the color of our most intense emotions—love and anger, passion and fury. It’s associated with objects of power and desire—like fast cars and red roses. Early cultures treasured Rubies for [...]

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