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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Monday the 26th of June 2017

What happens to your jewelry as a result of repeated exposure to chlorine in swimming pools?  Prongs fall off and stones are lost, jewelry cracks into one or pieces and thin sections may collapse.

What happens to your jewelry as a result of repeated exposure to chlorine in swimming pools? Prongs fall off and stones are lost, jewelry cracks into one or pieces and thin sections may collapse.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Friday the 23rd of June 2017

Most damage from swimming pools does not occur at a rapid rate, but repeated exposure to chlorine will weaken the alloys in your gold.

Most damage from swimming pools does not occur at a rapid rate, but repeated exposure to chlorine will weaken the alloys in your gold.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Thursday the 22nd of June 2017

It is officially pool weather!!  Just a few tips from your local jeweler to help prevent expensive repairs.The damage in the picture below is called stress corrosion cracking.  Stress caused by manufacturing or repairs, in combination with the presence of chlorine, causes cracks to appear in gold jewelry.

It is officially pool weather!! Just a few tips from your local jeweler to help prevent expensive repairs.The damage in the picture below is called stress corrosion cracking. Stress caused by manufacturing or repairs, in combination with the presence of chlorine, causes cracks to appear in gold jewelry.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Wednesday the 21st of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Moonstone is composed of microscopic layers of feldspar that scatter light to cause a billowy effect of adularescence. Moonstone comes in a range of colors and sometimes displays a  star or cats's eye.

Fun fact of the day: Moonstone is composed of microscopic layers of feldspar that scatter light to cause a billowy effect of adularescence. Moonstone comes in a range of colors and sometimes displays a star or cats's eye.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Tuesday the 20th of June 2017

We offer up to 18 months same as cash!!

We offer up to 18 months same as cash!!

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Monday the 19th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Florida adopted moonstone as its official state gem in 1970 to commemorate the Apollo 11 moon landing and other space flights that launched from Florida even though moonstone is not naturally found in Florida or on the moon.

Fun fact of the day: Florida adopted moonstone as its official state gem in 1970 to commemorate the Apollo 11 moon landing and other space flights that launched from Florida even though moonstone is not naturally found in Florida or on the moon.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Saturday the 17th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: The moonstone is often associated with love, passion, and fertility, it is a crystal to nurture new love and rekindle old flames.  Also known as the traveler's stone, it can protect travelers at night.

Fun fact of the day: The moonstone is often associated with love, passion, and fertility, it is a crystal to nurture new love and rekindle old flames. Also known as the traveler's stone, it can protect travelers at night.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Friday the 16th of June 2017

June's third birthstone, moonstone, was named by the Roman natural historian Pliny, who wrote that moonstone's shimmery appearance shifted with the phases of the moon.

June's third birthstone, moonstone, was named by the Roman natural historian Pliny, who wrote that moonstone's shimmery appearance shifted with the phases of the moon.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Wednesday the 14th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Often described as "emerald by day, ruby by night," alexandrite is a rare variety of the mineral chrysoberyl that changes color from bluish green in daylight to purplish red under incandescent light.

Fun fact of the day: Often described as "emerald by day, ruby by night," alexandrite is a rare variety of the mineral chrysoberyl that changes color from bluish green in daylight to purplish red under incandescent light.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Tuesday the 13th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: A relatively modern gem, alexandrite was discovered in Russian emerald mines.  Legends claim that it was discovered in 1834 on the same day that the future Russian Czar Alexander II came of age, hence the name in honoring him.

Fun fact of the day: A relatively modern gem, alexandrite was discovered in Russian emerald mines. Legends claim that it was discovered in 1834 on the same day that the future Russian Czar Alexander II came of age, hence the name in honoring him.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Monday the 12th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Because it's so scarcely available, fine quality alexandrite is practically unaffordable to the general public.  Even lower quality stones are expensive and limited in supply.

Fun fact of the day: Because it's so scarcely available, fine quality alexandrite is practically unaffordable to the general public. Even lower quality stones are expensive and limited in supply.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Sunday the 11th of June 2017

Another birthstone for June is the ever so beautiful alexandrite!

Another birthstone for June is the ever so beautiful alexandrite!

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Saturday the 10th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Ancient Japanese folktales told that pearls were created from the tears of mythical creature like mermaids and nymphs.

Fun fact of the day: Ancient Japanese folktales told that pearls were created from the tears of mythical creature like mermaids and nymphs.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Friday the 9th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Pearls have been used as adornment for centuries.  In ancient Greece pearls were believed to be tears of the gods.  The oldest known pearl was discovered in 520 B.C.

Fun fact of the day: Pearls have been used as adornment for centuries. In ancient Greece pearls were believed to be tears of the gods. The oldest known pearl was discovered in 520 B.C.

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Status Update

Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Thursday the 8th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Pearls used to be f...

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Wednesday the 7th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Cultured freshwater pearls can be dyed yellow, green, blue, brown, pink, purple or black.

Fun fact of the day: Cultured freshwater pearls can be dyed yellow, green, blue, brown, pink, purple or black.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Tuesday the 6th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: The finest pearls have a reflective luster, making them appear creamy white with an iridescent sheen that casts many colorful hues.

Fun fact of the day: The finest pearls have a reflective luster, making them appear creamy white with an iridescent sheen that casts many colorful hues.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Tuesday the 6th of June 2017

June is the month of pearls!  Stop in and see our selection or check us out at www.goldrushjewelers.net

June is the month of pearls! Stop in and see our selection or check us out at www.goldrushjewelers.net

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Monday the 5th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Black pearls, which are mostly cultured because they are so rare in nature, aren't actually black but rather green, purple, blue, or silver.

Fun fact of the day: Black pearls, which are mostly cultured because they are so rare in nature, aren't actually black but rather green, purple, blue, or silver.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Monday the 5th of June 2017

It's that time of the year! Sun, beaches and fun summer jewelry!

It's that time of the year! Sun, beaches and fun summer jewelry!

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Sunday the 4th of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Pearls are very soft, ranging between 2.5 and 4.5 on the Mohs scale.  They are sensitive to extreme heatand acidity; in fact, calcium carbonate is so susceptible to acid that pearls will dissolve in vinegar.

Fun fact of the day: Pearls are very soft, ranging between 2.5 and 4.5 on the Mohs scale. They are sensitive to extreme heatand acidity; in fact, calcium carbonate is so susceptible to acid that pearls will dissolve in vinegar.

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Status Update

Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Saturday the 3rd of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: The rarest, and the...

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Friday the 2nd of June 2017

Fun fact of the day: Pearls are the only gemstones made by living creatures.  Mollusks produce pearls by depositing layers of calcium carbonate around microscopic irritants that get lodged into their shells.

Fun fact of the day: Pearls are the only gemstones made by living creatures. Mollusks produce pearls by depositing layers of calcium carbonate around microscopic irritants that get lodged into their shells.

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Friday the 2nd of June 2017

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Posted by Goldrush Jewelers on Thursday the 1st of June 2017

Just a sneak peak of what we have for engagement rings!!

Just a sneak peak of what we have for engagement rings!!

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