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
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:

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.


Engagment Rings with a Splash of Color

color engagment rings

Although it’s a tradition to wear a Diamond Engagement Ring, many are gravitating toward rings with a pop of color.

Pink diamond ring

sapphire eng ring

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It’s a perfect way to show your personality. Whether you choose to wear a pink Diamond, colored Sapphire or glistening Emerald– any of these would surely make any bride-to-be smile.

Adding energetic hues gives Engagement Rings a fresh, exciting look.

For your center stone, try a Ruby, Tanzanite, or Tourmaline, and tell the world that you have an independent, fashion-forward sensibility; and surrounding your colorful center stone with sparkling diamonds adds vibrancy.

Stop by The Gold Market to consider some of your favorite colored-stone styles, and look for our next blog about the many different colored Diamonds.

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The Lure of Birthstones & Difference between Minerals and Gems


The basic human need to own and wear materials we consider special is what drives us to collect rocks and minerals. Perhaps this explains the lure of birthstones. How powerful it is to have our month of birth represented by a beautiful natural gemstone. We can own and display our special stone and feel embraced by its beauty.

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Kate Middleton, you’re not alone: The Sapphire engagement ring is back . . .


…with color, style and a romantic link to the past.

We’ve met many couples in the past year that were getting engaged or married. Love is definitely in the air! But what stood out for me were the young couples looking for a Sapphire ring for the lucky bride-to-be.  Continue reading

Slip into some Ruby Red Slippers

Would Dorothy’s shoes have been as powerful if they were any other color? Probably not. But in L. Frank Baum’s original novel, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Dorothy actually wore Silver Shoes! The movie’s creators changed them to ruby red not only to take advantage of the new Technicolor film process–but also because Ruby is known as the ‘King of Gemstones’, both for its rarity, as well as beauty. Due to its bright red color, it is held in high esteem as a symbol of love, strength, power, and luck–and boy did Dorothy need all the luck, love, strength and power she could get!

Ruby is the birthstone for July and gemstone for the 15th and 40th anniversary. Continue reading