The holidays are just over two weeks away and if you haven’t already thought about what to get that special someone in your life, its time to start thinking. Before you walk into a jewellery store waiting for that special item to call your name, ask yourself a few questions. What kind of metal and colour gold do they like? Do they have their ears pierced? Hoops or studs? And is a certain piece, i.e. bracelet or necklace out of the question because they don’t like it or they simply do not have one. Also, are they partial to coloured stones? And if so, which ones? Just like knowing the right clothing size, the answers to these questions can make your shopping experience a much easier experience.Ringleader Fine Jewellers has something for every one on your list. For the fashion conscious on a limited budget, we have the fashion line from fellow Canadian Jacqueline Kent. She is a new addition to our store and has received multiple orders from individual clients due to a combination of great style and affordable price point. Silver is an alternative option and there are many styles and choices in everything from earrings, to pendants and bracelets. An ideal choice for someone who wants both a great look at a reasonable price. Looking for something finer. We have a variety of gold, either on its own, or set with gemstones or diamonds. Our estate section includes diamonds and gemstones at a discount, a great economical alternative. Looking for a special diamond, or want to get engaged? No problem, we still have time to pick up that one of a kind gem just for you.
When it comes to the holidays, a piece of jewellery conveys sentiment and will become a treasured trinket. In the future, a story may be told how a piece of jewellery from our store became someone’s prized possession and wore it for a lifetime and then passed it down for many generations to enjoy.
On behalf of Phil and myself, we would like to thank you for your patronage and wish you and those close to you a very happy holiday filled with love, laughter, cheer and of course good food. And may the new year bring peace, prosperity and happiness.