The 2017 Wish List Event

Naughty or nice, Purple Mountain Jewelry wants to make your holiday a special one!

Take the guess work out of holiday shopping.  Help your favorite “shopper” by stopping in and completing a Wish List for him/her to choose from here at Purple Mountain Jewelry.  The reward is double:  You get something you love and he/she gets a discount on top of less holiday wandering in the mall!

This holiday season, visit us in downtown historic Monument Colorado and create a wishlist.  And take 20% OFF eligible items on your wish list through December 23rd!

 


Celebrating the Fight Against Breast Cancer

We all know someone dear who has been affected by Breast Cancer.  As October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month we wanted to give tribute to those in the fight.

Join us on Saturday, October 28th, we will celebrate with pink refreshments and a balloon launch at 1:00 p.m. Balloon launch will be right across the street in the Front Street Square.  Anyone wishing to remember a friend or family member is welcome to come and launch a balloon.

Help us help others!  A portion of our proceeds from this “Colorado Pink” collection will be donated to Susan G. Koman charity.

 

“Creating jewelry that starts a conversation.”


Harvesting Hope – Charity Fundraiser

Each year Purple Mountain Jewelry creates a special and unique custom piece for the local women’s charity, Tri Lakes Women’s Club.

Please consider joining us at the Harvesting Hope event on September 21st at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur. The proceeds of their annual event benefit local charities. For more information on the event please visit their website: tlwc.net

This year’s piece is a pear shaped Morganite set in Continuum sterling silver, plated with 14kt rose gold and accented by tapered sizes of AA white sapphires. The earrings are sterling silver with white sapphires.

“Creating jewelry that starts a conversation.”


Celebrating life

One of the things we enjoy the most is celebrating with families. Whether it is a new life, an existing life or the memory of a life.

We can recreate your loved one’s fingerprint, footprint or paw print and create a pendant, keychain, golf marker, bracelet, ring…almost anything you can think of. Urn markers are also available. Please stop in and let us know how we could help you celebrate a life.


Turning old jewelry into NEW masterpieces

Change in all things is good. (Aristotle) Recreating is king here at Purple Mountain Jewelry.

Many of our customers are those who have special pieces with LOTS of memories who want to re-create a way to enjoy and recall those people or events in their lives. In this “before and after” example, we took two previously loved rings and created two new vintage-inspired rings using some of the diamonds and a unique pendant centered around the large marquise diamond.

“Creating jewelry that starts a conversation.”


NBA (No Boys Allowed) Tour has been postponed to April 10th

NBATour_EmailLadies make sure you join us for the No Boys Allowed(NBA) tour in Historic Downtown Monument on April 3rd from 5:00pm-8:00pm. Each of the merchants involved will have a special gift and discounts that night.
Here at Purple Mountain we will have 20% off Jewelry in our cases(excluding our WeWood watches) and you will receive a free polishing cloth.
Stop in and purchase your shopping bag for $5 and plan on having a fun night


Beautifully Handcrafted Crosses Made By A Local Artist

For the last year we have been featuring beautiful crosses created by a local artist. Don Johns is a talented woodworker, who selects each piece of wood with great care. Woods used include walnut, burl, maple, mesquite and others. Don lets the characteristics of each piece dictate the final size and shape, no two ever being exactly the same. Pieces that would be considered “flawed” by others become works of art as Don lovingly fills cracks & splits with crushed turquoise to create each “masters” piece. We have included a biography that was written by his wife, please take a moment to enjoy the biography and don’t forget to come take a look at we have in the store so you can enjoy his craftsmanship as much as we do.

Don Johns Biographyphoto

 

 

 


Footprints in Silver

Celebrate those special people in life by allowing us to create their actual footprint or fingerprint in gold or silver. Our dog tags, pendants and rings can be created in gold or silver depending upon your preference or budget. Initials, names and birthstones can be added if you wish. Stop by and work with our design team to create the special gift that the wearer will ALWAYS cherish. Don’t forget about nose prints for your favorite pet.

 


She Said “Yes”!!

We would like to give our Congratulations to another happy couple, and tell them thank you for allowing us to be apart of this wonderful occasion. Below is their picture and a little something they said about us.

“I would like to thank Purple Mountain Jewelry in Monument Colorado for their personal service and guidance in finding the perfect ring.  They really helped me make things perfect.” — Aaron

Congratulations Aaron and Deb!!

 

At Purple Mountain Jewelry we love that we have the opportunity to help with such special occasions. We really enjoy helping our clients start from the very beginning and picking the perfect stone, then finding the perfect setting for that stone.


Vintage Whimsey Rings

This week we received some New Vintage Whimsey Rings in stock we have a supplier on the east coast that we get them from. Here is some information about him.

The vintage pieces offered by Purple Mountain Jewelry are not cast in-house like most of our designs. The gemstones are faceted in-house and the pieces are assembled in-house. The castings are, however, created in Harrisonburg, Virginia, The vintage piece you have purchased originated from a private collection of exquisitely crafted hubs, blocks of steel with intricate designs hand-carved into the top surface dating back to the 1800s. There are Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Nouveau, Art Deco & Retro Art Designs periods represented in the collection. We wish to honor the collector, the collection itself, and the gifted craftspeople who came before us and are such an important part of our American heritage