We are a locally owned independent Fine Jewelry store that specializes in custom design and repair. We carry unique designs of diamond engagement rings, diamond anniversary ring, diamond earrings, gemstone jewelry , watches, pre-owned rolex watches. We have an in-house Jeweler and state of the art Laser Welding equipment.
Chamilia jewelry kits facilitate wrist expression with bracelet bases designed to string up unique charm-style beads. Silver-rope ($55) and metallic-leather ($35) bracelet starters feature snap closures that keep sculpted orbs from running off to a scandalous career as a marble, and solid and flex bangles ($65) accommodate focal beads on a more rigid frame.
Kid to Kid is an upscale children's and maternity resale store that buys clothing, toys, furnishings, and baby gear before selling it back at affordable prices. Before making the cut, all clothes and shoes must be deemed certifiably elite in stylishness, cleanliness, and newishness. Items are hand-selected by discerning staffers who put them through an intense screening process in which the gems make the rack and the duds are sent back. Back-to-school shoppers can find brands such as Gap and Gymboree, and moms-to-be can find fashions for themselves and their baking buns. Each piece of equipment and every toy is squeaky-clean and well-mannered, always poised for an invite to the most exclusive teddy bear picnics.
For clients looking to have CPR performed on fading heirloom pieces, the skilled jewelry craftsman at The Queen's Jewels is on hand to take ailing ornamentations under their wing. Repaired chains unleash their unfettered melodies (starting at $12), resized rings snugly hug fingers once again (starting at $35), and confusing midnight brunches are averted with replacement watch batteries ($8). Before leaving the store, each treasured piece is inspected by the storeowner for total quality assurance.
Seasoned boat captains and crustacean prospectors Sig Hansen, Johnathan Hillstrand, and Andy Hillstrand gather to share with audience members their tales of struggle and survival during crab season on the high seas, as partly documented by the Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch. Fishing the Bering Sea in the middle of winter demands strong wills—which can come together in times of treacherous weather and 100-foot waves or come to blows about who performs better in the three-legged crabwalk race. Selected audience members will also have the chance to don the survival suits from the Time Bandit. Following the story-swapping and previously unreleased video footage, greenhorns and avid fans will have the opportunity to launch questions at the captains, wave giant foam claws, and learn how to communicate in claw-snap Morse code.