The person who received that newest cell phone in the 1980's vesus the person who received a diamond pendant probably look back on their Christmas gifts very differently.
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Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) December 18, 2013
The holidays are fast approaching. And, that begs the question, "What Christmas Gift to buy?" With the constant buzz surrounding the latest tech gadget, Jester Jewelers suggests choosing a gift that will last as long as your holiday memories - fine jewelry. How many of us can remember what we received for Christmas last year? Or, for that matter, can we recollect what we gave people last year? Carrie Jester, of Jester Jewelers, shares that when a gift of fine jewelry is given it is a gift that is not forgotten. "We are a full service wholesale jeweler. In addition to selling fine jewelry at low wholesale prices, we also offer on-site jewelry repairs. Often when my customers bring in a piece of jewelry that needs repair, they will share with me how they obtained the piece. Often times they share wonderful holiday memories of how a special someone gave them their now-cherished piece of fine jewelry."
Carrie Jester tells how a fine jewelry gift of Christmas past can be given as a gift of Christmas present. "Many times Jester Jewelers will alter existing pieces of fine heirloom jewelry into a more modern design and then these items are given as holiday gifts. These are cherished memorable gifts that last. These pieces have not only maintained their value, over time, many have proven to increase in value. As the value of gold has raised so has the value of fine gold jewelry.” Jester continues, “Recently, a customer stopped in with a diamond ring her grandfather had given her grandmother over 50 years ago. She intended to scrap the ring because she couldn't believe that he had spent that much money on a gift. I reminded her that even though the purchase seemed extravagant, his hard earned money was spent on a gift that had lasted for decades. The ring had stood the test of time and was one of the few keepsakes left from her grandparents. Immediately she looked at the piece of jewelry completely different. She decided to keep it instead of selling for scrap gold."
Fine jewelry does stand the test of time, unlike many other gifts. With all the innovations in technology and gadgets, electronics are very popular Christmas gifts. However, these items become obsolete almost as quickly as they come out of the packaging. The person who received that newest cell phone in the 1980's versus the person who received a diamond pendant probably looks back on their Christmas gifts very differently. The cell phone is probably in a landfill somewhere while the diamond pendant has increased in value and is still worn.
With that in mind, consumers may want to consider some classic fine jewelry pieces that have been given a fresh twist. Diamond cross pendants have always been a popular piece. However, this year the "sideways" cross pendant is in high demand. Likewise, diamond infinity jewelry is hot right now. These pieces have literally been given a new twist by incorporating different angles or adding twists to the traditional figure-eight style. Color diamonds are all the rage. With the wide range of colors, styles and prices, color diamond pieces are great gifts for a variety of people.
Jester adds, "We have a huge selection in-stock for this holiday. For the same cost of the latest gadget, we offer fine jewelry gifts that are absolutely spectacular. And, these gifts won't be obsolete in a few years. That is part of the lure of owning fine jewelry and why for thousands of years diamonds have been 'the' wedding jewelry - the idea of knowing it will last forever."
Jester Jewelers is a wholesale jeweler based in Cincinnati, Ohio offering genuine fine jewelry at wholesale prices direct to the public. Since 1939, Jester Jewelers has consistently provided experienced expert service, high quality and exceptional value at low wholesale prices. For more information on Jester Jewelers please call 513.241.1465 or visit their website http://www.JesterJewelers.com.