I know it’s only a matter of time until we can start enjoying the outdoor weather again, but as I’m writing this blog on Tuesday April, 14,2014 and it’s actually snowing outside and it is bitterly cold and quite windy as well. We are also upon a very holy time of year with a couple of big religious holidays going on and about to happen. So let’s look how we can incorporate these occasions with a jewellery commemoration. Well, firstly, we have Passover, which myself and my family observe Passover, an eight-day springtime festival, commemorates the Exodus of the Jewish people from Egyptian bondage. Based on the injunction against eating or possessing leavened bread for eight days. The first two nights of this eight observance, are commemorated by the Passover Sedar. Usually, your wife, or Mom or Aunt or Bubby, grandmother in Yiddish, spend days and hours in the kitchen making this huge feast
So, you may ask, “What can I get for my wife in the way of jewellery to reward her for being a slave to the kitchen”? If you’re my wife, who I love dearly, she’ll take anything with nice diamonds in it. But truly, I don’t sell a lot Passover Jewellery, however, I’m open to start a new trend!! Kinda like I don’t sell a whole lot of back to school jewellery either. Something I definitely need to work on. Easter on the other hand, provides jewellery retailers like myself with a “GOLDEN” opportunity to sell all kinds of trinkets. Crosses, crucifixes Angels, gold bunnies with chains to hang them on as well, and occasionally, Rosary beads. With all this in mind, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish all my friends and family a very Happy Passover and a very Happy and Healthy Easter too!