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What You'll Get
Candy necklaces and ring pops look great, but many prefer the nuanced mouthfeel and clean finish of precious gems and metals. Show off sophisticated taste with today's Groupon: for $25 get $50 worth of jewelry at Silver Street Jewelers's Broadway Avenue storefront. This locally owned and operated jewelry shop adorns bare wrists and scantily clad necks with elegant selections of necklaces, rings, pendants, chains, bracelets, broaches, and earrings. Accessory seekers can peruse the selection of real 925 sterling silver findings, gold and tungsten jewelry and examine a variety of Precious and semi-precious gemstones such as diamond, opal, pearl, rose quartz, jade and turquoise. Fashionistas can festoon an outfit with a pair of heart shaped garnet earrings ($34.99) or pacify a rampaging mothman with a gift of a silver ring, inlaid with amethyst gemstones stones ($34.99). Customers can use their Groupon for sale items at Silver Street Jewellers, which currently includes 60% off gold jewellery, 50% off silver jewellery, discounted tungsten rings, 85% off all clearance jewellery, $5 bead strands and discounted beading tools, findings, supplies and books. Sale runs until December, 26th 2010. Silver Street Jewellers also carries a selection of local Saskatchewan artwork including New School Arts Pottery by Jeff Taylor and personally published journals with handmade covers by poet Jan Wood.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid in-store only. Must use in 1 visit. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Silver Street Jewellers
Silver Street Jewellers' display cases glimmer with meticulously cut gemstones, sterling silver, and azure knobs of turquoise. Patrons can peruse bracelets, necklaces, and rings, admiring the jewellery in the shop's mirrors, or browse strands of beads, paintings by Saskatchewan artists, or leather-bound journals imprinted with designs.