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Category Archives: Stephen Webster

Holiday Shopping Spotlight | Something New Every Week

Are you in desperate need of a Holiday Shopping Gift Guide this season? Keep checking back now until Christmas for our weekly pick of the perfect item for under the tree.             *Prices are subject to change... [Read More]

Grand Reopening | Reis-Nichols’ Keystone at the Crossing Store

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Join us at our Grand Reopening to experience improved shopping at Reis-Nichols Jewelers' Keystone at the Crossing store on Saturday, December 2, from 10 am to 5 pm. Enjoy the expanded space showcasing exclusive jewelry and extended watch selections. View into our state-of-the-art, in-house jewelry manufacturing shop where our team of artisans handcraft custom designs and our very own Reis-Nichols Collection. Explore the new boutiques such as David Yurman, Rolex, Roberto Coin, Breitling, Marco Bicego, and more. Reis-Nichols Jewelers broke ground on this full showroom remodel, including a 3,000 square foot addition, in January 2017. The project was completed in two phases, concluding in October. ... [Read More]

The Amethyst-February Birthstone past Is as Rich as Its Purple Hues

The purple amethyst has been highly esteemed throughout the ages for its stunning beauty and legendary powers. It is an easily recognizable gem being the February birthstone, but you may not know everything about it just yet! History In the Old World, amethyst was considered on of the Cardinal gems, in that it was one of the five gemstones considered precious above all others. It was even held in the same regard as the diamond. It wasn't until the discovery of more abundant supplies of the deep purple gem in the 18th century that it lost most of its value and was removed from the list. Legend The name comes from the ancient Greek "amethystos" μέθυστοςméthystos or "intoxicated". The Greeks believed ... [Read More]

Good as Gold

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Stephen Webster's new tome has him flying high. Stephen Webster’s jewelry doesn’t look like anyone else’s, so it’s hardly surprising that his book, Gold Struck: A Life Shaped by Jewellery, isn’t quite the kind of book that any of his colleagues would put out. “A book on jewelry seemed too dry to me, and I didn’t want something just to be left on the coffee table,” says the 56-year-old British designer. Instead, Gold Struck incorporates personal writing, including a poem and a short story, along with photographs, which explore how he feels about this art form and give readers a glimpse into his life. “I am glad that the book is being very well received, because it is such a personal tale,” says ... [Read More]