Friday, August 22, 2014

Harvest Gold Heart Pendant Give-away at Emmaline Bride

Emmaline Bride is doing a 31 day  give away and Harvest Gold Gallery has joined by submitting a 14kt gold pendant or bouquet charm! The charm of a heart never goes out of style because who doesn't enjoy being reminded of their own love story, and perhaps even the retelling of it? We often think hearts are just over advertised for Valentine's Day but they really are timeless and Lynda has created this lovely bouquet charm that can be made in rose, white, or yellow gold. This heart is such a simple addition to remember your day and the charm can be worn on a chain for many years to come as the perfect keepsake! 

14k Yellow Gold Heart Pendant
So, if you have a wedding you are planning or a friend or family member that will be walking down the aisle, click over to Emmaline Bride and enter to win. And hurry! There are only a very short time left to be part of this great offer! Must be 18 years of age and up. Value of $75.00.

Sterling Silver and 14K Yellow Gold Heart Pendants

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Maine Tourmaline Presentation, August 19

Harvest Gold Gallery Owner & Jeweler
Lynda Rasco
Owners Bill and Lynda

 will be presenting

 The History of Maine 
Tourmaline & Jewelry


August 19, 2014  

7:00 PM

227 Main Street, Lovell, Maine  04051

Tourmaline is as woven into the history of Maine as the gem is woven into our mountains. Tales of tourmaline date farther back than our statehood with the Native Americans and their uses for the gemstone. Key figures include Molly Ockett, Admiral Peary, and the Hamlin family, specifically Ezekiel and his brother Hannibal Hamlin who went on to become the Vice President under Abraham Lincoln. Come hear the exciting archive of tourmaline mining in our very own Oxford County, and learn how Maine became a tourmaline capital of the world. Owner of Harvest Gold Gallery and expert jeweler, Lynda Rasco, will be giving an in-depth look at this history, along with her professional knowledge of tourmaline. She will touch on Maine’s famous historical pieces of tourmaline jewelry, and the bright future of the tourmaline business. Her talk will be accompanied with a short powerpoint and some of her own gorgeous tourmaline jewelry will be displayed. Gem enthusiasts, local history buffs, and anyone curious about the fascinating story behind the Maine state gem is sure to walk away with a deeper knowledge and appreciation for tourmaline.

The Famous Peary Necklace

We hope to see you there!


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