Turn Broken Pieces of Gold Into Cash

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September 2009

In This Issue
Gold Into Cash
Time-Honored Sapphires
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Pearl Birthstone June

David, owner of David Weiss Designs Fine Jewelry, is a GraduateGemologist, which is one of the highest degrees given to a jeweler.This degree provides him with a thorough understanding of diamonds,gemstones, metallurgy and all facets of jewelry manufacture.

David isalso certified in colored gemstone grading, pearls, cultured pearls,jewelry appraising and design.

You can reachDavid by phone at (949) 347-9700
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If you're still young enough to remember your birthday, youprobably also remember the special birthstone assigned to it. Many people don't really know the significance of their birthstone and what powerthe ancients felt would be bestowed upon them by wearing it.

Birthstones have been used since at least the first centuryas a way to give good luck on a birthday. Gemstones are associated with eachmonth and each precious stone has designated qualities associated with it.Birthstones are also a fun way to share something about yourself.

In every issue, we feature interesting facts about thebirthstone for that month. You can also view previous editions of ournewsletter online by CLICKING NOW.--David Weiss Designs

Turn Broken Pieces of Gold or Platinum Into Cash
Cash For Gold

Check your jewelry box for broken items of gold or platinum, maybe you lost half of a pair of earrings. Maybe some outdated jewelry that you will never wear again.

Let's meet to assess your jewelry and get a clear idea ofthe value of your unwanted pieces. We're here and happy to answer any questionsyou may have. Please call us or CLICK NOW to use our easy online contact formto learn more about selling your gold.

September Birthstone, SapphirePearl Birthstone June

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gemstonegiven for anniversaries of the 5th and 45th years of marriage. Taken from theGreek word for blue, "sapphires," they have a time-honoredtradition with priests (who considered them symbolic of purity) and kings (whoconsidered them symbolic of wisdom). These gems have many religious connotations.They were also used to cure eye ailments, purify the blood, and fortify theheart. The wearer is thought to be wise, virtuous, and strong.

Blue is by far the most popular color for sapphires, butthey can be almost any color, including yellow, green, white, colorless, pink,orange, brown, and purple. Padparadscha is the name for a rare orange-pinkvariety of sapphire and has a higher value than blue sapphires.