EstateShow_Singer_Graphic1EstateShow_Singer_TimelessOur popular two-day Estate Jewelry Event is returning to Springfield, and we will once again be filled with the treasures of vintage jewelry. Don’t miss the opportunity to select your own piece of history from a vast selection of period jewels from the Victoria, Edwardian, Art Deco periods.

The glamour of yesterday, treasured for style and sophistication, has been gathered again for a new millennium and will be presented for you in our large showroom. You will experience exotic gems and a sprinkling of designer and signed pieces owned by the rich and famous can make the past your present.

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Estate jewelry tells a story and offers a chance for once upon a time to become your happily ever after. Step back in time with us to enjoy once again when glamour and elegance reigned supreme.

The Estate Jewelry Event will be on June 19 – 20, 2014 from 10 am to 8 pm each day. This is the perfect chance to own a one-of-a-kind piece of history.

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Estate Jewelry Event at Denney Jewelers

 

 

 

 

Rembrandt Charms at Denney JewelersFor decades, Denney Jewelers has offered the highest-quality in precious metal charms to help your commemorate the most important moments in your life. We have just expanded our collection with even more designs for you to browse through in the store, in addition to the thousands available for quick special order.

Perfect for Mother’s Day, graduations, family vacations, and all of your life’s important memories, preview the online catalog and then visit the store to check out our full line of bracelets and beautifully-crafted charms to start your collection.

Rembrandt Charms at Denney Jewelers

 

 

 

 
Oldest Bit of Earth - Zircon

This 4.4 billion year-old bit of zircon is now confirmed to be the oldest piece of the Earth’s crust. Credit: John Valley

A tiny zircon crystal found by geoscience researchers in the Jack Hills region of Australia (view map) has been confirmed to be the oldest found piece of Earth. Using two methods of dating the ages of atoms inside the crystal, the team clocked the mini-gem in at 4.4 billion years old, which is just a mere 160 millions years after the formation of the solar system.

The discovery is leading to new ideas as to how the young Earth may have cooled down from a molten blob much earlier than previous understood. Leading the research was John Valley, a University of Wisconsin geoscience professor who published their findings in the journal Nature Geoscience (read more), reported how they used a technique known as atom-probe tomography to measured the mass of individual atoms of lead in the crystal. This was used as a second, independent measurement that confirmed the more widely-used test of dating through radioactive decay of uranium atoms that also marked the 4.4 billion year dating.

:: Read more from Phys.org and Reuters ::

infinity by Denney Blue Zircon Soliatire Ring

Blue zircon solitaire ring designed and crafted a Denney Jewelers.

The zircon gemstone is one of the most interesting and prettiest gems as it can be found in a wide range of colors including yellow, red, orange, brown, a variety of greens, and especially a beautiful sky blue. Zircon also displays a surface luster and a sparkle due to the refraction of light that is very similar to these qualities in diamond. The blue zircon is a birthstone for December and can be featured as the centerpiece for stunning jewelry.

Discover more jewelry styles and ideas that we can craft for you from our infinity by Denney jewelry line to feature the blue zircon gemstone … and own a little piece of Earth’s history and beauty.

 

 

 

 

 

Last updated July 30, 2014