We will match your layaway down payment up to 50% of the sale price this Friday, November 29th and Saturday, November 30th, 2013. If you put down 30%, we will match that. Then you are guaranteed your item at that sale price. If you put down 50%, we’ll match that too, and you can take home your jewelry today! We have a wide range of price points to fit anyone’s budget. Check out these great items or come in our store to see more!
|Officina Bernardi sterling silver bracelet
Discount up to $42.50 off
|Citizen Eco-drive men’s watch
Discount up to $187.50
|Galatea Davinci Cut Amethyst necklace
Discount up to $475.00
Discount does not apply on loose diamonds, discounted or closeout items, consignment, estate, and pre-owned jewelry and watches. Cannot be combined with any other offers or discounts. See store for details.Read More
This month’s birthstone is citrine. Natural citrine is a pale yellow quartz crystal, but also can be found with an orange or reddish cast. These are typically amethysts that have been converted to citrine by applying high temperatures to the stone. Citrine stones are often confused with the topaz which is an alternative birthstone for November.Read More
This month’s birthstone is the Opal. Opals are typically white or black with flashes of yellows, oranges, greens, reds and blues. Black opals are the most expensive of the opals.
97% of opals come from Australia and they are famous for their magnificent black opals. Fire opals were first mined in Mexico, but can also be found in Nevada. Opals are formed in near-surface volcanic rocks, inside cavities and cracks. In volcanic ash rock, water dissolves silica that eventually forms the opal.Read More
Peridot, a vivid green gem, is the birthstone for the month of August. It comes in several color variations ranging from yellow-green to brown, but the purer green a peridot is, the higher the value. A high-quality peridot is cut to maximize its color, not for its size.
The Peridot has a few unique stories surrounding it. In Hawaii, it was once believed that Peridots were the tears of the volcano goddess, Pele. Peridot is a gem that forms deep inside the Earth and is brought to the surface by volcanoes. The natives discovered these crystals in the black sands of the islands.Read More
Each week, Hemming Plaza Jewelers is featuring an item in the store for 50% off! View the gallery below to see some of the items we’ve previously offered at this amazing discount. And be sure to check our website or Facebook page for this week’s deal.