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  • 2nd Dec 2017

    There's Gold in Them Thar Hills

    A Brief HistoryThe Alaskan gold mining craze started, famously, with the Klondike Gold Rush in 1896. However, gold was known to exist in Alaska since Russian engineers found placer deposits on the Ken…

    Published by Chris Evermore

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  • 2nd Dec 2017

    Topaz: The Gem of Fire

    A Colorful HistoryMost scholars agree that the name, topaz, came from the island, Topazios (now Zabargad). This is because the very similar looking gem, peridot, was heavily mined there. However, a sm…

    Published by Chris Evermore

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  • Ruby: Pigeon's Blood and Pomegranate Seeds

    12th Jul 2017

    Ruby: Pigeon's Blood and Pomegranate Seeds

    The ruby is a beautiful red gem whose name derives from the Latin “ruber” which means “red”. Rubies are known as “ratnaraj” in ancient Sanskrit which translates to “King of Precious Stones” and, with…

    Published by Chris Dennis

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  • Traveling with Jewelry

    6th Jul 2017

    Traveling with Jewelry

    Summer’s here and if you’re like most people, you’ve got nothing but vacation on your brain. Like most of you, you’ll likely bring a couple pieces of jewelry with you on your trip. So, to avoid incide…

    Published by Chis Dennis

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  • 6th Jul 2017

    June Birthstone Battle Royale

    Alright, alright. So I was starting this month’s article on the birthstone of June when I came across a small problem. June doesn’t a birthstone… it has three. So, after much deliberation, I decided t…

    Published by Chris Dennis

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  • 10th Jun 2017

    For The Outdoors Kind of Dad

    Godfrey Iron Rider 2.0Father’s Day is fast approaching and if you haven’t gotten that perfect gift yet, don’t worry. If your dad is the outdoors type or likes to think he is, the Rockwell® G…

    Published by Chris Dennis & Jason Sessler

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  • 12th May 2017

    Tell Your Story This Mother's Day

    How can you tell someone how much they really mean to you in a way that is truly unique? With Mother’s Day fast approaching, it can feel overwhelming to capture that sentiment. I mean, how do you expr…

    Published by Chris Dennis

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  • 12th May 2017

    Emerald: The Dark Green Gem that Caught Cleopatra’s Eye (The Birthstone of May)

    A Colorful History:Coming from the on-the-nose Ancient Greek word, smaragdus (which translates to “green gem”), emerald has long been held in esteem by cultures worldwide. Due to its beautiful green c…

    Published by Chris Dennis

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2nd Dec 2017 There's Gold in Them Thar Hills A Brief HistoryThe Alaskan gold mining craze started, famously, with the Klondike Gold Rush in 1896. However, gold was known to exist in Alaska since Russian engineers found placer deposits on the Ken… Published by Chris Evermore Read The Article 2nd Dec 2017 Topaz: The Gem of Fire A Colorful HistoryMost scholars agree that the name, topaz, came from the island, Topazios (now Zabargad). This is because the very similar looking gem, peridot, was heavily mined there. However, a sm… Published by Chris Evermore Read The Article Ruby: Pigeon's Blood and Pomegranate Seeds 12th Jul 2017 Ruby: Pigeon's Blood and Pomegranate Seeds The ruby is a beautiful red gem whose name derives from the Latin “ruber” which means “red”. Rubies are known as “ratnaraj” in ancient Sanskrit which translates to “King of Precious Stones” and, with… Published by Chris Dennis Read The Article Traveling with Jewelry 6th Jul 2017 Traveling with Jewelry Summer’s here and if you’re like most people, you’ve got nothing but vacation on your brain. Like most of you, you’ll likely bring a couple pieces of jewelry with you on your trip. So, to avoid incide… Published by Chis Dennis Read The Article 6th Jul 2017 June Birthstone Battle Royale Alright, alright. So I was starting this month’s article on the birthstone of June when I came across a small problem. June doesn’t a birthstone… it has three. So, after much deliberation, I decided t… Published by Chris Dennis Read The Article 10th Jun 2017 For The Outdoors Kind of Dad Godfrey Iron Rider 2.0Father’s Day is fast approaching and if you haven’t gotten that perfect gift yet, don’t worry. If your dad is the outdoors type or likes to think he is, the Rockwell® G… Published by Chris Dennis & Jason Sessler Read The Article 12th May 2017 Tell Your Story This Mother's Day How can you tell someone how much they really mean to you in a way that is truly unique? With Mother’s Day fast approaching, it can feel overwhelming to capture that sentiment. I mean, how do you expr… Published by Chris Dennis Read The Article 12th May 2017 Emerald: The Dark Green Gem that Caught Cleopatra’s Eye (The Birthstone of May) A Colorful History:Coming from the on-the-nose Ancient Greek word, smaragdus (which translates to “green gem”), emerald has long been held in esteem by cultures worldwide. Due to its beautiful green c… Published by Chris Dennis Read The Article

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