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April Issue 2004
JLK Handcrafted Jewelry in Seagrove, NC, Announces an Easy, New Way to Guarantee a Gift You Love!
How often do you receive a gift that you know someone put a lot of thought into (or maybe not), but it just isn't you? Now fans of JLK Jewelry can ask for the jewelry they want with very little effort at all!
JLK Jewelry announces the brand new Wish List. JLK will keep a wish list of the colors, sizes and items that our customers want and of the items that they already have. When a special occasion arises, all they have to do is direct friends and family to JLK Jewelry (www.jlkjewelry.com or 910/464-2653) and we will let them know what would make their special person happy.
The Wish List can be found and completed by visiting (www.jlkjewelry.com), and clicking on The Wish List link on any page. There you will find a form that you may fill out with information about your jewelry sizes, stone colors and other favorites. Once the form is submitted it will be on file at the JLK Jewelry studio so that friends and family can easily find that perfect gift! If the original jewelry was purchased at a gallery carrying JLK Jewelry, then the Wish List jewelry may be sent directly to that gallery for the convenience of the customer and the gallery. Customers without internet access may request a form be sent to them to fill out.
"What kind of stone is this? Is it lapis?" A question often asked by customers viewing the JLK Handcrafted Jewelry line. No it is not lapis, but it is a stone, one created by Jennie Lorette Keatts at Jugtown Pottery in Seagrove, NC. Hand made pottery cabochons, layered with glazes made from elements of the earth, like those found in semi-precious and precious gemstones, create these stones of depth and beauty. These magnificent stones are set in sterling silver creating pieces of jewelry that would cost many times what these do, if the stones were in fact a precious stone. The jewelry is accented with 14K gold, copper and semi-precious stones and includes a complete line from belt buckles to watches.
"Turning Mud Into Gemstones," the tag line of JLK Jewelry can be found in fine galleries throughout the United States. JLK Jewelry studio is located at Jugtown Pottery in Seagrove. The jewelry is available in the sales cabin, open Tue.-Sat. from 8:30am-5pm, or by appointment for special or custom orders.
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Gallery listings, call the studio at 910/464-2653 or on-line at
(firstname.lastname@example.org) and at (www.jlkjewelry.com).
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