Jewelry Appraisals Thursday, June 21st! 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!
Military & Veteran Discount! We would like to thank our brave Military Service members for your willingness to serve, your bravery and all of the sacrifices you have made for the country we cherish. In honor of you, we are proud to announce we now have permanent Military Discount of 15% OFF any regularly priced, in-stock item and an additional 5% OFF of clearance and sale items!* With gratitude, ~Susan and The Bella Team~ *Excludes Pandora
This Memorial Day, and every day, we are grateful for our military service personnel, past and present, and the loving families who support them. In memory of many, in honor of all, we thank you. ~ Susan & The Bella Team ~ MEMORIAL DAY SALE! Friday & Saturday Only! 15% OFF Store-Wide!* 25% OFF with Military ID!! *15% - 25% OFF Excludes PANDORA, Diamond Solitaries & Previous Purchases
Spring Clearance Sale EXTENDED Through SATURDAY!!
Spring Clearance Event Starts TODAY! 🎉Today is the day!!! Our Spring Clearance Event starts 💫NOW💫!!! 🤩 😱 20% - 40% OFF* on all Sterling Silver and Fine Jewelry! Don't miss out on the best deals of the season! 🏃♂️🏃♀️ We are open until 7pm tonight! 🙌 #SusanBellaJewelry#SpringClearanceEvent#SALE#ShopSmall#ShopLocal *Excludes Pandora & Diamond Solitaires
What Is An Emerald? Emeralds are gem-quality specimens of the beryl mineral family with a rich, distinctly green color. They are found in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks in a small number of locations worldwide. Igneous - formed from the solidification of molten rock material Metamorphic - modified by heat, pressure, and chemical processes, usually while buried deep below Earth's surface Sedimentary - formed by the accumulation of sediments For over 5000 years, Emeralds have been one of the most desirable and valuable colored stones. Ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia, and South America independently discovered Emeralds and made them a gemstone of highest esteem. It is so prized, that carat for carat, a fine Emerald may be two to three times as valuable as a Diamond. Today, Emerald, Ruby and Sapphire form the "big three" of colored stones. The "big three" generate more economic activity than all other colored stones combined. What Makes An Emerald Green? The name Emerald comes from the Greek word which literally means green stone. So, to be an Emerald, a specimen must have a distinctly green color that falls in the range from bluish green to green to slightly yellowish green. Perhaps the most important, however, the specimen must also have a rich color. Beryl, the mineral of which Emerald is a variety, is colorless and known as "goshenite." Trace amounts of chromium or vanadium in the mineral, is the key to developing it’s rich, green color. Trace amounts of iron, however, will tint the Emerald a bluish green or a yellowish green color depending upon its oxidation state. Stones with weak saturation or light tone should be called "Green Beryl." If the beryl's color is greenish blue then it is an "Aquamarine." If it is greenish yellow [...]
THANK YOU!!! SBJ Friends, we are so excited to announce that we were named Lehigh Valley Style's "Best Place To Buy Fine Jewelry in the Lehigh Valley 2018"!! We truly value each and every one of you! This would have never been possible without your loyalty and patronage. ~ Susan & The Bella Team
Spring Clearance Event! Thurs. May 3rd - Sat. May 5th 20% - 40% OFF All In-Stock Jewelry*!! *Excludes Pandora, Previous Purchases & Diamond Solitaires
April Birthstone: DIAMOND WHAT IS A DIAMOND? A diamond forms under high temperature and pressure conditions that exist about 100 miles beneath the Earth’s surface, deep in the mantle. Most diamonds are formed more than a billion years ago! It is the only gem composed of one single element: Carbon. A diamond’s carbon atoms are bonded in essentially the same way in all directions. Another mineral, graphite, also contains only carbon, but its formation process and crystal structure are very different. Graphite is so soft that you can write with it, while a diamond is so hard that you can only scratch it with another diamond! Diamonds are the hardest material on Earth. They are 58 times harder than anything else in nature! PHYSICAL AND SPIRITUAL HEALING PROPERTIES Being a symbol of purity, love and commitment, diamonds are perfect for inspiring love and clarity in all of your relationships. These stones are powerful healers of all types of emotional & physical pain. Diamonds are also excellent energy amplifiers. Using them with other crystals will enhance their healing properties dramatically. You will also never need to cleanse your healing diamonds. If you are looking to reduce some type of fear in your life or improve your imagination, wear or carry diamonds with you always. These stones are also very handy to keep next to your computer, as they will help block some of those harmful electromagnetic emanations. Diamonds are also spiritual stones and will help enhance your spirituality. CARING FOR YOUR DIAMOND HANDLE YOUR DIAMOND SPARINGLY Diamonds are natural magnets for grease, so they’re not easy to keep clean. When a diamond is handled, the oils from your fingers adhere to the diamond’s surface and [...]