What do moms REALLY want? Look no further than the bedroom…

 

No, it’s not what you’re thinking! But in a very unscientific survey of 6,000 mothers about what moms REALLY want for Mother’s Day, nearly 70 percent agree they would prefer two extra hours of sleep over a piece of expensive jewelry. For the other 30%, we’ve got you covered at The Gold Market!

Moms also agree that a sentimental gift from their child is preferable to a massage or a fancy makeover. More than 60 percent of moms who took the survey agree that they’d prefer an adorable, hand-made card from their kids instead of a day at the spa.

Moms are torn, however, on whether their idea of a perfect Mother’s Day involves spending the day surrounded by their kids, or relaxing in quiet solitude. Of the moms who answered the survey question, the votes were split 50/50.

Here are the top things that moms said they would love for Mother’s Day:

  1. Sleep
  2. Jewelry
  3. Candy
  4. Phone call
  5. Scented candle
  6. Brunch/Dinner with the family
  7. A clean house
  8. Flowers
  9. Breakfast in bed
  10. Car wash

Do your Christmas Shopping in your Pajamas!

It’s getting cold outside, so The Gold Market Jewelers now let’s you shop in the comfort of your home.

Browse items you like from our website and get confirmation from us via email regarding availability, and instructions on payment.

Best of all, most items are available next day after payment*

But don’t wait too long…only 27 days until Christmas!

How do I do this?
1. Just go to www.LongmontJewelers.com
2. Click on PRODUCTS
3. Choose a CATEGORY (Example: Jewelry, Rings, Diamonds, Watches, etc.)
4. Scroll down to search by KEYWORDS or Look through PHOTOS and select what you like.
5. To add items to your wish list, click ADD TO QUOTE (Green Bar at bottom of Description)
6. Next, click on VIEW QUOTE (just above the “Search” window of any item)
7. You will have option to SUBMIT INQUIRY or Continue Shopping
8. When you’re done, Submit Inquiry will ask for your NAME, PHONE and EMAIL
9. Click SEND
10. We will send you a confirmation with availability.

That’s all!
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at: info@thegoldmarketjewelers.com

Also, please note our extended Holiday Hours on Saturday, from 10am -6pm

 

Have a wonderful week!

 

*Based on availability and if payment is processed before 3pm MT

The Gold Market Jewelers, located at 17th & Pace, next to Safeway. Happily serving customers from Longmont, Firestone, Berthoud, Mead, Lyons, Niwot, Boulder and beyond.

 

Pandora has Awesome Rings! Get one FREE this month

Stop by THE GOLD MARKET JEWELERS to see Pandora’s Ring Collection.
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Purchase two and get one free (equal or lesser value) until October 25th.

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They look great stacked or just on their own…and make great gifts too!

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The possibilities are endless

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We love PANDORA!

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The Gold Market Jewelers. Serving happy customers who also love Pandora from Longmont, Firestone, Lyons, Berthoud, Mead, Niwot, Boulder and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Attention Avid Climbers: A Ring that will Rock your World

Check out this Ring from one of our favorite vendors, LASHBROOK DESIGNS based out of Utah.

It is guaranteed to get fans of Fourteeners and climbers of other mountaintops very excited.

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A custom ring can be made in any metal (this particular one is in Titanium) and can be inlaid with rocks collected from your special mountain adventure.

It’s quite an accomplishment climbing a Fourteener, so why not preserve your memories and share the story of your adventure.

This ring pictured was from rocks from four different mountains from all over the world–an extraordinary and very personal piece of jewelry that will be cherished forever.

Think of the possibilities of how you can wear your life memories from your personal adventures.

The Gold Market Jewelers, serving customers with custom design rings from Longmont, Firestone, Mead, Berthoud, Lyons, Niwot, Boulder and beyond.

Celebrate Love!

 

Mother’s day is only a few weeks away, and what better way to express your love for Mom by giving her the gift of jewelry.

Here are some of our favorite gift ideas available at our store:

♥ a custom made Ring or Pendant with the birthstones of each child

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♥♥ a personalized family pendant

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♥♥♥ a Pandora charm bracelet with Mom’s favorite things (gardening, music, art, sports teams she loves, countries where she’s traveled, initials of her kids, charms that say “Loving Mom,” heart charms that say “I love you”)

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♥♥♥♥ a stylish Seiko solar watch so she’ll never have to change a battery again

 

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♥♥♥♥♥ a Rhythm musical motion clock that plays a delightful tune and rotates every hour. The best thing about this clock is that it detects evening and does not play in the middle of night!

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♥♥♥♥♥♥ and finally, from our newest vendor, Ostbye, we recommend a pair of Shimmering Diamond Earrings, Ring or Pendant, featuring an innovative setting technique which allows the diamond to be in motion, so every move made is reflected in everlasting shimmer. When wearing Shimmering Diamonds, nothing will shine quite like her. Offered in an array of styles and prices, Shimmering Diamonds is sure to be loved and admired and make Mom sparkle with joy.

Stop by The Gold Market Jewelers and let us help you celebrate love for the special person in your life this Mother’s Day!

The Gold Market Jewelers, happily serving customers from Longmont, Niwot, Firestone, Mead, Lyons, Berthoud, Boulder and beyond.

Purple & Blue

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The birthstones for February and March are a few of our favorites: Amethyst and Aquamarine.
Amethyst comes in shades of purple and is almost as popular as the classics: ruby, sapphire and emerald. In fact it is related to the emerald, both belonging to the beryl family.
The word amethyst comes from the Greek word “amethystos,” translated as “not drunken.”

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The Greeks believed Amethyst gems could prevent intoxication, while medieval European soldiers wore amethyst amulets as protection in battle in the belief that amethysts heal people and keep them cool-headed.
It is used as a dream stone and to help insomnia. Put an Amethyst under your pillow to bring about pleasant dreams, or rub it across your forehead to offer relief from a headache.

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Ancient Egyptians used Amethyst to guard against guilty and fearful feelings.
Amethyst is a gemstone often worn by healers, as it has the power to focus energy and also used for problems in the blood and in breathing problems. Amethyst crystal clusters are used to keep the air and life force in the home clean and positive.

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Turing to March, the birthstone is Aquamarine and comes in shades of pale blue to a strong sea-blue. It gets its color from Iron.
The more intense the color of an Aquamarine, the more value is put on it. Some aquamarines have a light, greenish shimmer. However, it is a pure, clear blue that is typical of aquamarine, because it brings out so well the perfect transparency and magnificent shine of this gemstone.

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Many Aquamarine are almost entirely free of inclusions. Aquamarine has good hardness (7.5 to 8 on the Mohs scale) and a wonderful shine. That hardness makes it very tough and protects it to a large extent from scratches.

 

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The air is crisp and leaves are bright and yellow…

 

 

This reminds us of the two birthstones for November: Topaz and Citrine.

Topaz is available in a rich rainbow of colors. The most prized color is Imperial Topaz, named after the Russian Czars of the 1800s with a magnificent orange body with pinkish undertones. Topaz also comes in yellow, pink, purple, orange and blue.

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Citrine is known as the “healing quartz.” This golden gemstone is known to support vitality and health while bringing hope, energy and warmth to the wearer. Citrine comes in a number of shades from pastel yellow to dark brown orange. Good news: it’s one of the most affordable of gemstones and plentiful in nature! Citrine is mostly found in Brazil, Bolivia and Spain.

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The Gold Market Jewelers has a variety of Topaz and Citrine earrings, rings and necklaces to choose from. Celebrate the colors of November and of the Fall in style… and Happy Birthday to all Scorpios and early Sagittarius!

The Gold Market Jewelers, authorized dealer of Pandora jewelry, Bulova and Seiko watches, Lashbrook Rings, Endless Design and Rhythm Small World musical clocks.

We’re located at 17th & Pace, next to Safeway and happily serve customers with fine jewelry and repair needs from Longmont, Firestone, Mead, Berthoud, Lyons, Niwot, Boulder and beyond.

 

Topaz is a gemstone available in a rich rainbow of colors. Prized for several thousand years in antiquity, all yellow gems in antiquity were called topaz. Often confused with citrine quartz (yellow) and smoky quartz (brown), quartz and topaz are separate and unrelated mineral species. The most prized color of topaz is called Imperial topaz after the Russian Czars of the 1800s and features a magnificent orange body color with pinkish undertones. Topaz also comes in yellow, pink, purple, orange, and the many popular blue tones. – See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/november-birthstones#sthash.ZzIqVZKm.dpuf
Topaz is a gemstone available in a rich rainbow of colors. Prized for several thousand years in antiquity, all yellow gems in antiquity were called topaz. Often confused with citrine quartz (yellow) and smoky quartz (brown), quartz and topaz are separate and unrelated mineral species. The most prized color of topaz is called Imperial topaz after the Russian Czars of the 1800s and features a magnificent orange body color with pinkish undertones. Topaz also comes in yellow, pink, purple, orange, and the many popular blue tones. – See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/november-birthstones#sthash.ZzIqVZKm.dpuf
Topaz is a gemstone available in a rich rainbow of colors. Prized for several thousand years in antiquity, all yellow gems in antiquity were called topaz. Often confused with citrine quartz (yellow) and smoky quartz (brown), quartz and topaz are separate and unrelated mineral species. The most prized color of topaz is called Imperial topaz after the Russian Czars of the 1800s and features a magnificent orange body color with pinkish undertones. Topaz also comes in yellow, pink, purple, orange, and the many popular blue tones. – See more at: http://www.americangemsociety.org/november-birthstones#sthash.ZzIqVZKm.dpuf

October Bracelet Event Starts Today!

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Stop by The Gold Market Jewelers for a *Free Pandora Leather or Multi-String Bracelet, starting today through Saturday. Many colors to choose from and great way to get a head start for those on your Christmas gift list who love Pandora!

The Gold Market Jewelers on 17th & Pace, next to Safeway. Serving customers in Longmont, Lyons, Berthoud, Firestone, Niwot and beyond.

*With purchase of $100 of Pandodra jewelry

Gem of the Sun

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Peridot is the birthstone for August and the 15th anniversary gemstone.

The word peridot comes from the Arabic “faridat,” which means “gem.”

Most peridot formed deep inside the earth and was delivered to the surface by volcanoes.

Found in lava, meteorites, and deep in the earth’s mantle, yellow-green peridot is considered an extreme gem.

Some also came to earth in meteorites, but this extraterrestrial peridot is extremely rare, and not likely to be seen in a retail jewelry store.

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Peridot has always been associated with light.

The ancient Egyptians mined peridot on the Red Sea island of Zabargad (St. John’s Island) the source for many large fine peridots in the world’s museums.

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The Egyptians called it the “gem of the sun.”

Today this gem is still prized for its restful yellowish green hues and long history.

Interesting facts:

*Some peridot is ancient: it’s found in pallasite meteorites, remnants of our solar system’s birth.

*In 2005, peridot was found in comet dust brought back from the Stardust robotic space probe.

*Some historians believe that Cleopatra’s famous emerald collection might actually have been peridot, and people in medieval times continued to confuse peridot with emerald.

*For centuries, people believed the fabulous 200-ct. gems adorning the shrine of the Three Holy Kings in Germany’s Cologne Cathedral were emeralds. But they are, in fact, peridots.

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Ideas for Peridot in Jewelry:

Pair it with Amethyst and Garnet for fabulous earrings . . .

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Accent it in a Cultured Pearl Pendant with Blue Topaz . . .

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Add to a fun multi-gem bracelet . . .

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Surround it in a Diamond Ring  . . .

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We Peridot heart  Peridot!

The Gold Market Jewelers, located at 17th & Pace next to Safeway.

Providing excellent and friendly service to customers from Longmont, Firestone, Frederick, Mead, Berthoud, Lyons, Estes Park, Niwot and Boulder.