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Thanksgiving Proposal Ideas

Posted on: November 22, 2017

The holidays are a time meant to be spent with family. It makes sense then that so many couples choose to get engaged during this time of the year. After all, with an engagement they’ll be creating their own family.What better way to show your gratitude to the person you love than with a Thanksgiving marriage... Read More

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Is This Deal Too Good to Be True?

Posted on: November 15, 2017

When making a high ticket purchase, it makes sense to shop around and compare prices. Whether that means searching online or visiting various local retailers, it’s helpful to know what you should expect to receive given your budget. So what happens when, after countless hours shopping, you find a deal that seems too good to... Read More

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Commonly Asked Questions: Citrine

Posted on: November 8, 2017

Where in the world do citrines come from? Most of the world’s citrines come from Brazil. How are citrines formed? Citrine is a variety of the mineral quartz, which is formed when rich silicon deposits combine with oxygen in underground cavities and fractures. Where does a citrine’s color come from? The presence of iron in a natural citrine... Read More

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Recent Engagement Ring Trends

Posted on: November 1, 2017

At Kloiber Jewelers, no two engagement rings are exactly alike. Everyone wants something a little different. Some prefer platinum while others like yellow gold. Some want diamonds, others prefer colored gemstones. Some like prong set, others select bezel set. Whatever the case may be, we’ve noticed a few different trends appearing among some of our most... Read More

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Events: Halloween Party

Posted on: October 25, 2017

Our annual Halloween party is less than one week away! On Tuesday, October 31st, we’ll be giving away a pair of citrine studs to one lucky attendee as well as offering discounts on all our in-store jewelry pieces. Attendees will draw a piece of candy that determines whether they receive 20%, 25%, or 30% off... Read More

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Yes, We Buy Gold

Posted on: October 18, 2017

“Do you buy gold?” We receive a phone call from someone asking this usually at least once a week.  And our answer is always, “Yes, we do.”  More often than not, the next question that usually comes up is, “How much will you pay for my gold?” And the answer all depends on how much... Read More

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Commonly Asked Questions: Opals

Posted on: October 11, 2017

Where in the world do opals come from? Over 90% of the world’s opals come from Australia. In fact, a small town in New South Wales called Lightning Ridge is one of the few places in the world that produces high quality black opals. Other known locations for opals include Nevada, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, and Ethiopia.... Read More

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Jewelry Trends: Rose Gold and Morganite

Posted on: October 4, 2017

For the past couple of years, we’ve noticed increasing interest in one jewelry combination in particular, rose gold and morganite. Jewelry designers like to create contemporary, modern pieces with this metal and gemstone duo, so it’s no surprise that we’re seeing a lot of younger jewelry lovers wearing these pieces. So why exactly are so... Read More

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Kloiber Jewelers’ Custom Engagement Rings

Posted on: September 27, 2017

Today’s couples want unique, one-of-a-kind engagement rings that speak to their personalities. For many, the idea of custom designed engagement rings means that they can create a piece of fine jewelry that appeals to their own personal tastes and desires. This means selecting the type of precious metal they envision for their engagement ring, what gemstone(s) they’d like to have, the quality... Read More

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Commonly Asked Questions: Jewelry Appraisals

Posted on: September 20, 2017

Why should I have my jewelry appraised? Most insurance companies won’t insure your jewelry without a well-documented appraisal, so having your jewelry appraised is a must if you own any valuable pieces.  The other reason why you might need a jewelry appraisal is for estate purposes. For more information about these two types of appraisals, visit this... Read More