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  Bradley T. Harris Jewelers has the ability to custom design the jewelry of your dreams. Our creative and talented designers and jewelers  work in collaboration with you to create a unique piece. Whether it’s for an engagement, anniversary, up-cycling,  or just because—put yourself in the hands of a member of our team of custom…

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August Birthstone: Peridot

  If fire appears to leap from the vibrant green surface of the Peridot, this may be because this gem is formed as a result of volcanic activity. Many years ago, natives discovered Peridot crystals in the black sands of Hawaii, explaining their presence as tears shed by Pele, the volcano goddess. Throughout history, August’s…

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Summertime Jewelry Care

      From suntan lotion to chlorine, from the beach to the pool—the elements of summertime can be rough on your most precious pieces of jewelry. Here, we’ve gathered all of our expert tips on how to keep your jewelry clean, safe and secure throughout the season. To Wear, or Not to Wear Fine…

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October’s Birthstone: Opal

October’s birthstone treats the eye to an explosion of shimmering colors, not unlike those of a magnificent rainbow following a summer rain.  The Opal derives its name from the Latin word “opalus,” meaning precious jewel.  Prized for its unique ability to refract and reflect specific wavelengths of light, the Opal was called “Cupid Paederos” by…

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September’s Birthstone is Blue Sapphire

The striking deep blue of a quality sapphire is reminiscent of a cloudless night sky.  Ancient civilizations believed that the world was set upon an enormous sapphire, which painted the sky blue with its reflection.  This legend, as well as the belief that the ten commandments were inscribed upon tablets made of sapphire, gives September’s…

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