What’s a Gemstone Roundtable? Would I want to go to one?

If you love gemstones, ask your jeweler if he/she hosts roundtable events.  These are usually evening events that last 2 – 3 hours, taking place after your jewelry store closes.  Food and drink are often served, and you are introduced to a gemstone expert.  This expert shares knowledge and stories about gemstones and the gemstone industry.  Sitting at a, usually rectangular, table, guests are given the chance to see, touch, and dib on approximately 100 different gemstones.  Dibbing simply means that you would like another look at that gemstone after it has gone around the table.  These gemstones are for sale, but there is never an obligation to buy.  The goal is to have fun learning about and playing with gemstones.

More people want to be involved in the making of their jewelry.  Mountings can mask flaws of gemstones, so it’s to the buyer’s advantage to see gemstones un-mounted.  And mountings can be unique if you work with a custom designer.  On-staff designers are generally at the roundtable event and they can help you with ideas for any gemstone you select for purchase.  The whole process of 1) picking out the gemstone; 2) deciding on a design; and 3) having the piece made by your local jeweler is a memorable one.

Dearborn Jewelers recently hosted a roundtable event with gemstone dealer, Judith Whitehead.  Our next event will be in September.  If you are interested in attending, give us a call and we can put you on the list.  It promises to be a great time.

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News & Events

News & Events

For the month of January we have chosen Lighthouse of Oakland County as our charity of the month.  Three dollars of every $10 watch battery will be donated to this wonderful nonprofit.  For the last 45 years, Lighthouse has been a Beacon of Hope to those seeking support for the most basic of needs.  And the vision of Lighthouse is to solve the problem of chronic poverty by providing individuals with the resources, relationships, and skills necessary to be independent.  For more information about this fine organization, check out their website at www.lighthouseoakland.org.     

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Leah’s Happy Hearts is our charity of the month for February, 2018.  Three dollars of every $10 watch battery will be donated to this wonderful charity.  Leah’s Happy Hearts is committed to preserving the memory of Leah James by dedicating itself to promoting awareness and funding research for pediatric brain tumors.  It gives children who are living with life-threatening illnesses opportunities for hope, love, and laughter. Through information sharing, emotional support, and fun events, Leah’s Happy Hearts can provide magical moments and comfort to these very special children and their families.  To find out more about this fine organization, go to its website, www.leahshappyhearts.org


 

Once a month we host an Appraisal Clinic with Graduate Gemologist, David Beyer.

Is your insurance company asking for a new appraisal?  Do you need to determine the value of estate pieces?  Please call to schedule an appointment at 734-737-9525.

Next Clinic                                                        Up Coming Clinic

 Saturday, February 10th , 2018                                     Saturday, March 17th,  2018                                       

 

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