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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Monday the 19th of February 2018

Three stone engagement rings are on the rise (thanks Meghan Markle!)

Which is your favorite? 💍

Three stone engagement rings are on the rise (thanks Meghan Markle!) Which is your favorite? 💍

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Sunday the 18th of February 2018

Click the link below for the latest trends and jewelry styles!!! 

www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

Click the link below for the latest trends and jewelry styles!!! www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Friday the 16th of February 2018

We know many of you are focused on a different set of rings right now! ◯‍◯‍◯‍◯‍◯ 🏅  Go USA! What is your favorite event in the Winter Olympics?

We know many of you are focused on a different set of rings right now! ◯‍◯‍◯‍◯‍◯ 🏅 Go USA! What is your favorite event in the Winter Olympics?

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Thursday the 15th of February 2018

#blingkong

#blingkong

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Wednesday the 14th of February 2018

Happy Valentine's Day! #jewelryforvalentines

Happy Valentine's Day! #jewelryforvalentines

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 13th of February 2018

We offer cleaning and restringing services for pearls and pearl jewelry. Restringing pearl necklaces and jewelry will keep your beautiful jewelry in the best condition for years to come!

We offer cleaning and restringing services for pearls and pearl jewelry. Restringing pearl necklaces and jewelry will keep your beautiful jewelry in the best condition for years to come!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 13th of February 2018

#JewelryForValentines

#JewelryForValentines

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 13th of February 2018

Irresistibly sweet jewelry selections! We're stocked with last-minute gifts she'll love for Valentine's Day! #jewelryforvalentinesday

Irresistibly sweet jewelry selections! We're stocked with last-minute gifts she'll love for Valentine's Day! #jewelryforvalentinesday

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Monday the 12th of February 2018

Let’s play JEWELRY TAG for Valentine's Day!

It’s easy: TAG your beloved in a comment on this post so he knows jewelry is on your Valentine's list! We have a romantic gift for every budget!

Let’s play JEWELRY TAG for Valentine's Day! It’s easy: TAG your beloved in a comment on this post so he knows jewelry is on your Valentine's list! We have a romantic gift for every budget!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Sunday the 11th of February 2018

INTRODUCING the most popular pin of January!! 💍📌

This rose gold beauty was viewed 3,689 on Pinterest last month. What do you think makes this style so hot?

Find us on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

INTRODUCING the most popular pin of January!! 💍📌 This rose gold beauty was viewed 3,689 on Pinterest last month. What do you think makes this style so hot? Find us on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Saturday the 10th of February 2018

Give your partner something even sweeter than chocolates and candy this Valentine’s Day 💍#jewelryforvalentinesday

Give your partner something even sweeter than chocolates and candy this Valentine’s Day 💍#jewelryforvalentinesday

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Friday the 9th of February 2018

Historical Diamond Facts: Some of the earliest recorded mentions of diamonds come from ancient Indian literature. Diamonds were associated with purity, cleanliness, and tied to the Hindu deity Indra – King of all Gods. The Sanskrit word for diamond is varja, which translates to “thunderbolt.” So it makes sense, that only the most brilliant, radiant diamonds would suffice.

Perhaps this ideology has made its way into modern culture since some Southeastern Asian cultures focus more on Clarity than the other 3 C’s!

Historical Diamond Facts: Some of the earliest recorded mentions of diamonds come from ancient Indian literature. Diamonds were associated with purity, cleanliness, and tied to the Hindu deity Indra – King of all Gods. The Sanskrit word for diamond is varja, which translates to “thunderbolt.” So it makes sense, that only the most brilliant, radiant diamonds would suffice. Perhaps this ideology has made its way into modern culture since some Southeastern Asian cultures focus more on Clarity than the other 3 C’s!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Friday the 9th of February 2018

#JewelryForValentines

#JewelryForValentines

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Wednesday the 7th of February 2018

Our love experts will help you surprise her with the perfect gift this Valentine's Day! #JewelryForValentinesDay

Our love experts will help you surprise her with the perfect gift this Valentine's Day! #JewelryForValentinesDay

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 6th of February 2018

We'll help you create the  perfect design and be there every step of the way!

We'll help you create the perfect design and be there every step of the way!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 6th of February 2018

We want to know--Tell us your favorite!

We want to know--Tell us your favorite!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Monday the 5th of February 2018

Thinking of a Valentine's Day proposal?

Thinking of a Valentine's Day proposal? <3 Our engagement ring experts can help with that!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Sunday the 4th of February 2018

Pinterest is a great place to save all of your favorite Wish List items and gift ideas! 

CLICK here to find and follow us today!  www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

Pinterest is a great place to save all of your favorite Wish List items and gift ideas! CLICK here to find and follow us today! www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Saturday the 3rd of February 2018

JEWELRY SUPERSTITIONS: The Opal Omen

Perhaps the most popular of all jewelry superstitions, many consider opal a talisman for bad luck to all except those born in October. Some say another exception exists for opal received on special occasions. Like pearls, you should never buy opal for yourself.

However, rumor has it that opal earned its bad reputation over a century ago when quality Australian Opal began to threaten diamond commerce. Diamond traders made up falsehoods about opal to make the stone less desirable! Their efforts may have paid off since we still hear about the opal omen to this day.

JEWELRY SUPERSTITIONS: The Opal Omen Perhaps the most popular of all jewelry superstitions, many consider opal a talisman for bad luck to all except those born in October. Some say another exception exists for opal received on special occasions. Like pearls, you should never buy opal for yourself. However, rumor has it that opal earned its bad reputation over a century ago when quality Australian Opal began to threaten diamond commerce. Diamond traders made up falsehoods about opal to make the stone less desirable! Their efforts may have paid off since we still hear about the opal omen to this day.

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Thursday the 1st of February 2018

February's birthstone is amethyst.

Amethyst is purple quartz and is a beautiful blend of violet and red that can be found in every corner of the earth. The amethyst is not only the February birthstone, it is also used to celebrate the 6th and 17th year of marriage. Amethyst jewelry has been found and dated as early as 2000 BC.

Leonard da Vinci once said that amethyst helps to quicken intelligence and get rid of evil thoughts. Other qualities like peace, stability, courage and strength are said to be derived from this gemstone. Come by and see our selection of amethyst jewelry. The perfect gift for February babies, or anyone at all!

February's birthstone is amethyst. Amethyst is purple quartz and is a beautiful blend of violet and red that can be found in every corner of the earth. The amethyst is not only the February birthstone, it is also used to celebrate the 6th and 17th year of marriage. Amethyst jewelry has been found and dated as early as 2000 BC. Leonard da Vinci once said that amethyst helps to quicken intelligence and get rid of evil thoughts. Other qualities like peace, stability, courage and strength are said to be derived from this gemstone. Come by and see our selection of amethyst jewelry. The perfect gift for February babies, or anyone at all!

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Wednesday the 31st of January 2018

A few tips about caring for your pearls: 

Fine cultured pearls with lustrous nacre will last for generations if cared for properly. First and foremost, pearls are meant for frequent wear. Wearing them often enhances their luster and color. Don’t store them in a hot, airless environment. They can dry and crack. 

Cultured pearls should be kept free of perfumes, cosmetics, perspiration and dirt. It is best to follow the old adage "pearls should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off." After each wearing, wipe pearls with a damp cloth to remove any damaging chemicals.

A few tips about caring for your pearls: Fine cultured pearls with lustrous nacre will last for generations if cared for properly. First and foremost, pearls are meant for frequent wear. Wearing them often enhances their luster and color. Don’t store them in a hot, airless environment. They can dry and crack. Cultured pearls should be kept free of perfumes, cosmetics, perspiration and dirt. It is best to follow the old adage "pearls should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off." After each wearing, wipe pearls with a damp cloth to remove any damaging chemicals.

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Tuesday the 30th of January 2018

Cupid IS the expert! #CupidSays #JewelryForVDay

Cupid IS the expert! #CupidSays #JewelryForVDay

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Monday the 29th of January 2018

Love stories and proposal stories are our favorites and we want to hear yours! Whether it was last year or 50 years ago, how did your sweetheart propose?

Love stories and proposal stories are our favorites and we want to hear yours! Whether it was last year or 50 years ago, how did your sweetheart propose?

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Sunday the 28th of January 2018

We have so many beautiful gift ideas (Valentine's Day is around the corner!) on our Pinterest page! Click the link below to head on over and follow us! 

www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

We have so many beautiful gift ideas (Valentine's Day is around the corner!) on our Pinterest page! Click the link below to head on over and follow us! www.pinterest.com/meadowsjewe0686/

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Posted by Meadows' Jewelers on Sunday the 28th of January 2018

Sober up with amethyst! Did you know that Ancient Greek mythology tells of amethyst’s powers to hinder intoxication?

The Greeks drank from goblets made of amethyst to help them stay sober. Interestingly enough, amethyst translates to amethystus, which means not intoxicated. One Grecian story explains how Dionysus, god of wine, desired a young mortal named Amethyste. She hoped to remain chaste, so she prayed for protection and was magically transformed into a white slab of quartz. Frustrated and thwarted, Dionysus poured his wine onto the quartz, staining it a deep purple hue. Thus, Amethyst was born!

Sober up with amethyst! Did you know that Ancient Greek mythology tells of amethyst’s powers to hinder intoxication? The Greeks drank from goblets made of amethyst to help them stay sober. Interestingly enough, amethyst translates to amethystus, which means not intoxicated. One Grecian story explains how Dionysus, god of wine, desired a young mortal named Amethyste. She hoped to remain chaste, so she prayed for protection and was magically transformed into a white slab of quartz. Frustrated and thwarted, Dionysus poured his wine onto the quartz, staining it a deep purple hue. Thus, Amethyst was born!

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