San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
Union Street Goldsmith, a San Francisco custom jewelry expert that offers engagement rings and diamond rings, recently added a large collection of new designs, loose colored stones and gemstone beads from its trip to the JCK Las Vegas Gem & Jewelry Show.
“Long, dramatic earrings were the hottest item of the show,” Terry Brumbaugh of Union Street Goldsmith said. “I brought back an all new, beautiful collection of them in a variety of colors and price ranges.”
The JCK Show is an annual event, and one of the biggest gem and jewelry shows in the world. Union Street Goldsmith always seeks to keep up with the latest fashions and offer new exciting gems and jewelry designs. The JCK show is one place to make these discoveries.
Union Street Goldsmith is now featuring a beautiful collection of rose-cut gems (sapphires, rubies, etc.) surrounded by argyle diamonds and set in blackened silver and gold. These elaborate earrings are a must see. The jewelry show also came back with a lot of new turquoise pieces, mostly loose, that can be set in hand-made platinum and gold designs. Ethiopian opal, Mandarin garnet and prehnite are among the new loose gemstones.
“We are now proudly carrying the stunning collection of Lika Bahar,” Brumbaugh said. “As well as finding beautiful new designers, we brought back gorgeous new pieces from our long-time favorites Gurhan and Dilamani Designs.”
For more information about the new arrivals or any of Union Street Goldsmith’s products or services, call 415-658-9315, view the custom jewelry store on the Web at http://www.unionstreetgoldsmith.com or visit 1909 Union St. in San Francisco.
About Union Street Goldsmith
Union Street Goldsmith is a San Francisco custom jewelry store that specializes in engagement rings, diamond rings, wedding bands, 22-karat gold, platinum, pearl necklaces and jewelry repair. Glenda Queen and Terry Brumbaugh founded Union Street Goldsmith in the Marina District of San Francisco in 1976. They have been jewelers so long that they are now creating engagement rings and wedding bands for the children of couples whose rings they made decades ago.