The team of meticulous jewelers at John Michael's Fine Jewelry outfits hands, wrists, necks, and ears with sparkling gems and breathes new life into damaged accessories with repair services. Conducted on-site, repair services can re-solder jewelry chains torn asunder ($18–$22), replace watch batteries ($8; $12 for lithium), or resize 14-karat rings ($30–$35, one size up) to their predryer-shrunk sizes. Pirates looking to catalogue their cache of goods can enlist an expert jeweler for appraisals ($45/hour), or add to their bounty with a pair of sterling silver Huggies hoop earrings ($95) or a Zable bracelet ($60).
A licensed urban winery, Time to Make Wine churns out batches of wine and winemakers. The facility presents 2,400 square feet of temperature-, humidity-, and light-controlled space, inside which visitors learn how to concoct personalized potables. When needing a sip of inspiration, visitors may also browse Time to Make Wine's own products, or stock up on accessories ranging from corks and wine kits to fermentation containers.
Make Your Mark Golf Accessories, Inc is a family owned and run business since 1991. We started our business in Colorado with The Spot-It® Magnetic Ball Marker Earrings. In 1992, we invented the very popular Visor Clip®. Many have tried to duplicate but none can compare to the quality, turnaround time and customer service
Eyes Etc. Optical's owner, Dr. Jeannine Fowler, keeps visual deterioration and disease at bay with her comprehensive eye exams, custom eyewear, and treatments. While her shop stocks frames from the likes of Vera Wang, Montblanc, Roberto Cavalli, and Guess, Dr. Fowler's foremost concern is her patient's visual acuity, evidenced by her precision lenses of choice. She fits frames with Nikon, Kodak, and Verilux lenses, which are available with coatings that keep UV rays, glare, and airborne pies away from sensitive eyes.